Ratings based on 109 Verified Reviews

4.3 out of 5
95% of guests recommend
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
4out of 5
Recommended
for Couples
by A verified traveller

Basic adequate boutique hotel

Posted 10-Feb-2017
Pros: A nicely converted convent with many traditional features kept. Rooms were clean and tidy, everything you need for a short stay.
Location: Ideal for exploring the old town. Plenty of tapas bars and restaurants within walking distance. It was February when we stayed so it was fairly quiet
Only booked one night on a recommendation. Ideally situated for exploring Cadiz. Staff on reception were very helpful and spoke excellent English. Also located not far away from Jerez and the MotoGP racetrack which was worth a visit.
3out of 5
by A verified traveller from Richmond, Surrey

Beautiful building, low on comfort

Posted 09-Feb-2017
The building with its cloistered courtyard is gorgeous and very peaceful. The rooms are extremely clean, including the bathrooms, and reception staff friendly and helpful. The location is excellent, handy for the train station, sight seeing and beaches. However the rooms have a slightly spartan quality and are not as comfortable or well appointed as you might expect in this price range. The beds are very firm; the pillows (traditional Spanish bolsters) are both thin and hard, rather like sleeping on a baguette; the bed linen is that cheap polycotton blend (only 50% cotton) which means you will never be able to find a cool spot in your bed. There was a nespresso machine but only two pods and two capsules of milk were supplied each day; decaff was not available. A kettle was kindly supplied on request. I had to buy my own teabags and decaff coffee pods. I wouldn't have minded this if I had had a decent night's sleep, but after 3 awful uncomfortable nights I couldn't wait to leave. This could be a truly lovely hotel with just a bit of spending on better quality bedding and bed linen.
5out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Beautiful Boutique Hotel that Was Once a Convent!!

Posted 18-Jan-2017
This property is beautifully located in a lovely and convenient location of Cadiz. The rooms were modern and comfortable. The central courtyard still has the charm of the old convent. Visit the adjoining church -- it's beautiful. The staff was very helpful and the optional breakfast was plentiful and delicious. We very much appreciated the convenient, off-site parking (at an additional cost), but it was so close. Highly recommend this property.
3out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Profissionalismo precário.

Posted 17-Jan-2017
Pros: Das instalações. São muito boas e atualizadas.
Cons: A equipe de atendimento. A recepção inicial foi muito boa. Mas no check out, o comportamento do gerente foi um horror, como já indicado acima
Location: A localização do hotel é excelente. Acesso fácil ao centro histórico de Cadiz.
1. O hotel está situado dentro de um convento e não existe informação externa. O GPS indicava como local uma igreja. Foi difícil encontra-lo. Perguntava aos moradores da cidade, que não sabiam a localização. Até que motorista de taxi indicou a localização; 2. Como o hotel está ainda sendo estruturado, fui fazer uma pequena sugestão e o gerente foi rude e disse que somente com aumento do preço poderia ser atendida. A sugestão era bizarra. Substituir um suco de laranja industrializado por um suco natural de uma das melhores laranjas do mundo, a da Andaluzia.
4out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from Isle of Lewis, Scotland

Stylish hotel with distinctive character!

Posted 10-Jan-2017
Pros: The rooms were clean and comfortable. The staff were friendly and helpful but unobtrusive. Superb location for the sights etc.
Cons: Over Christmas, the option of meals provided would be attractive. More could be done with the courtyard - more seating etc in summer.
Location: Cathedral, bars, restaurants, shops, the port (catamaran crossing to Puerto de Santa Maria) and railway station all within easy walking distance.
I was very taken with this converted convent and would love to go back again in the summer. It has a peaceful and welcoming feel to it; with its impressive front entrance, polished marble floors, black and white tiled inner courtyard and refined bedrooms, it exudes a charm that is modern yet restrained and in keeping with the character of the building. The rooms were cool but easily warmed for the late December drop in evening temperatures thanks to an efficient heating system. It is the only time I have ever stayed in a hotel complete with adjacent fully functioning Baroque church with bells and I loved it! If you are staying in Cádiz over Christmas, be warned though that no meals apart from breakfast are provided and you do need to make arrangements for meals out well in advance. Superb location for historic centre.
4out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from Saint Cloud

Hotel au centre calm dans un cadre magnifique

Posted 06-Jan-2017
Pros: le cadre, la localisation
Cons: la salle de petit dejeuner n'est pas tres practique en Hiver
Location: situé a la limit du centre historique, donc facile a acceder par voiture et au centre, tres calm, le cadre est magique
Hotel dans la limit du centre historique dans un cadre et Magnifique, calm, charmant,
4out of 5
by A verified traveller

Luostari kirkon naapurina

Posted 04-Nov-2016 on Hotels
Aamiainen tarjoiltiin tyylikkäästi ja oli hyvä.
5out of 5
by A verified traveller

Flott restaurert med smakfull nytt og gammelt

Posted 01-Nov-2016 on Hotels
Flott restaurert hotell med Klosterskogen i bakgrunnen gir stemning til det ombygde klosteret. Sentralt for å oppleve gamlebyen. Litt harde senger men flott rom.
4out of 5
by A verified traveller

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5out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from Mijas

Charming modern hotel in old convent building

Posted 20-Oct-2016
Pros: Location, facilities and charm
Cons: Nothing! Driving and parking in Old Cadiz is a nightmare, even GPS is incorrect, but this is not the fault of the hotel which did it's best to help
Location: Right in the heart of Old Cadiz
Loved this charming modern hotel built within an old convent. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Building is very atmospheric even down to the recording of Gregorian chants in the cloistered interior.