Top 10 Casa Gabriela Hotels

Top 10 Casa Gabriela Hotels


5 Reviews
Tornería, 22, Jerez, Andalusia, Spain
15.8km from Jerez Airport
29.7km from San Severiano
30.5km from Estadio
"It is hard to imagine a more perfect hotel stay. It is conveniently located in the centre of Jerez; with the main historical sites, visitor attractions, restaurants and shopping streets all in walking distance. The hotel building and decor is beautiful and classy without being opulent or over-the-top. It had an understated elegance as did the comfortable bedroom and ensuite bathroom. The service and staff were excellent - always on hand to give recommendations and assistance when needed. Our rate included a lovely continental breakfast. The hotel has a nice garden shaded by trees, with bar staff available to serve drinks. It was so nice to sit there in the February sunshine to relax and read a book, while drinking fresh orange juice. Such a treat away from the winter weather back home in the UK. We also dined in the hotel's T22 restaurant on one night and would recommend both the food and the service."
"I don't do many reviews for hotels but this is an exception. I have stayed in 5 star hotels around the world in countries such as Dubai, the US, Australia, France, Ireland , UK and many more but this hotel ticks every box. The attention to detail is second to none. The staff are brilliant willing to help you whatever way they can. The rooms are fabulous, the bathrooms have Molten Brown products and the room is sound proofed with the aircon being silent- allowing for a peaceful, tranquil night sleep. There is a complimentary bottle of sherry on arrival, everything about this hotel is 7 star. We were very lucky to have found this gem."
"Best hotel we stayed in during our three week trip. Exquisite attention to detail and considerate service that goes the extra mile. This boutique hotel has a sophisticated design sense. It is well located in the centre of Jerez. Happily for us, they also allowed (small) dogs with a (hefty) surcharge. They did cut it in half (the surcharge, not the dog) when they saw the look on our faces (like I said, attentive service!) Totally recommend a stay here., if just for a night."
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11 Reviews
Virgen de los Milagros, 27, El Puerto de Santa Maria, Andalusia, Spain
34.0km from Jerez Airport
17.5km from San Severiano
18.2km from Estadio
"Monasterio San Miguel is set in an 18th-century monastery in the centre of El Puerto de Santa Maria, just 1 km from the beach. It offers free Wi-Fi throughout. The building maintains many original features, including its cloisters and an Andalusian-style, enclosed patio. Its air-conditioned rooms have simple, classic décor and satellite TV. The charming Las Bóvedas Restaurant serves a selection of traditional Spanish cuisine and overlooks the San Miguel’s attractive gardens. Las Capuchinas café offers lighter cuisine and tapas dishes. The Monasterio San Miguel is located next to the Ribera del Marisco district and El Puerto’s old town. Jerez city centre is a 10-minute drive away and Cádiz is approximately 10 km from the hotel."
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10 Reviews
San Agustín, 9, Jerez de la Frontera, Andalusia, Spain
19.2km from Jerez Airport
28.3km from San Severiano
29.0km from Estadio
"I stayed at the Eurostars Asta Regia Hotel in Jerez for two nights in February and I would also completely recommend this hotel. We got the train from Cadiz and walked from the train station, which is roughly a 10 minute walk. The hotel and our room were very clean, and reception were super helpful. Upon check in she (sorry I didn’t catch a name) showed us the main attractions and wrote down opening times and pointed out places to eat, they also booked us a taxi to the airport and followed up the next day. There is free coffee in reception, you just have to ask for the coffee pod, also a handy vending machine with snacks and drinks :) The room was great, the bathroom had a bath with a shower and a separate shower cubicle. Beds were comfortable and there was a free safe, tea and coffee making facilities, with hair dryer and toiletries provided. Location wise, we didn’t have to go far to find food and drink, however there didn’t seem to be much open, perhaps there is a wider choice later in the year. Being my first time in Jerez, I didn’t rate it much, but you couldn’t fault the hotel, so if you find yourself in the city this is a great bet."
"We loved this hotel from the moment we walked in. Raquel the receptionist was welcoming and so helpful providing us with all of the information we needed. Rooms were very clean and well equipped, even with coffee making facilities. Views are not particularly great but the location of the hotel is superb. Breakfast was good. We travelled in January and the rates were superb. Definitely gets our top votes for a stay in the city."
"Really good location with a car park virtually next door which was extremely useful. Excellent receptionist who allowed us to check in early and gave us a whole plethora of information regarding restaurants, taxis etc. Lovely bedroom which was well appointed and overall the whole experience was first class. Only reason for 4 stars and not 5 was that while breakfast was OK, it was a bit hotel formula with nothing particularly exciting. Throughly recommend"
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10 Reviews
Plaza de las Angustias, 3, Jerez de la Frontera, Andalusia, Spain
18.6km from Jerez Airport
29.5km from San Severiano
29.6km from Estadio
"Hotel is well situated in central Jerez. Finding the street on which to unload your luggage was a bit tricky (nearest is Santísima Trinidad), because the hotel itself is located on a pedestrianised square. We parked in car park Madre de Dios( cheap at weekends). Hotel itself is in lovely old building built around a central covered courtyard. Our room was fine, a little dark as the only window looked out onto the courtyard. The roof terrace was very pleasant at the end of busy day of site seeing. Breakfasts, very good choice with eggs cooked to order. Helpful staff"
"We regularly visit Jerez and this was our second stay at the Casa Grande Hotel. Previously we had stayed here in July 2017 and something has change since then? I think the hotel may have been bought by a chain? On our first visit we couldn't fault the place, the owner and staff were attentive and really put themselves out to be helpful. This time around it was OK but it just didn't have the same atmosphere about the place. We also felt the hotel had become a bit tired in places and our room was sparse and without much comfort. The bed linen was cold and the bed very uncomfortable. That said the location is great and you are in the heart of the city with a lovely roof top view."
"We stayed here for 3 nights in a superior suite having seen a recommendation by The Daily Telegraph and it lived up to expectations. Only about 12 to 15 rooms situated around a central enclosed courtyard, the staff were efficient and provided excellent service. The breakfast offered was plentiful. Ideally situated within a short walk of the centre of Jerez and tourist attractions."
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Very Good
10 Reviews
Av. de Montecastillo, Km. 6, Jerez de la Frontera, Andalusia, Spain
9.9km from Jerez Airport
40.7km from San Severiano
41.4km from Estadio
"This is truly a great golf course. Is starts from when when you check in at the counter where friendly and helpfull staff that helps you to get your round of golf started. When having an early start buggy is complementary and in our case a part of the deal/price. The golf course is in a perfect condition, it is a pleasure to play this course and the holes are really good. there are 2-3 holes that are a bit funny in design but all in all it was a great week where the golf will stay with us a good memory for a long time. We would gladly return and play more golf rounds here."
"We visited the hotel already for many years and it is well situated for a golf holiday, but it needs mayor overhaul. 1) The mattresses are worn down at the sides and you might roll off in the middle of the night as happened to me. 2) The food is getting worse especially the Main Course at dinner, the chicken breast is not well done, because it is too thick, half it and you will be alright, the chips are awful, too much of the frozen chips get thrown in the hot oil, which then cools down and the chips are cooked instead of fried, One dish was on the display (a wrap) and still frozen, they had totally forgotten to put it in the oven. The tunafish was cooked well done, which made it like chewing gum. The cooks should go to a refresher course. 3) There is a pungent sewage smell in the dining room, which according to hotel staff has developed since the reconstruction of the kitchen/dining room and they can't find the source."
"Third visit February/March primarily playing golf on challenging golf course with friends. Ideal weather and valued experience playing after 12 noon. Travelled into outlying areas of rural Spain in hired car. This was an added bonus to our stay. Hotel was of high standard as experienced in previous years. Would recommend it without hesitation."
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Very Good
12 Reviews
Calle Los Moros, 1, El Puerto de Santa Maria, Andalusia, Spain
35.7km from Jerez Airport
18.4km from San Severiano
19.2km from Estadio
"The 3 *** hotel hall makes you have a wrong idea about the state of the rooms, since it is beautiful and looks good in general. In our case the room is old in decoration and with a very worn general condition. the room door had one of the broken hinges and closing it was an odyssey. Double bed is requested and room with two beds. It has no nice views to the rear. The curtains of the bathroom give it an aspect of neglect and the extra mirror was almost hanging and had some molten bulb, smells in the bathroom. We found the buffet breakfast good and complete enough. The staff attends correctly. Much to improve for a price of more than € 100 per room per night."
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10 Reviews
Babor, 5, El Puerto de Santa Maria, Andalusia, Spain
37.2km from Jerez Airport
20.8km from Estadio
21.0km from Segunda Aguada
"Booked this hotel as part of a city break to Cadiz. It ticked a lot of boxes; dog friendly, parking and in an interesting town within a short drive to the main city. Highlights were the friendly staff, the cute spa, lovely pool, and ample parking. Our room was massive and featured an enclosed patio which was perfect for our dog. It also had a fridge and a comfy bed. Location was good - a short stroll to a big dog friendly park, and then maybe 20 mins more to the river front where there were loads of amazing restaurants. So now the lowlights. While the room was clean, the patio furniture was filthy which meant a clean down with my travel wipes before we could sit outside. The bathroom was lovely looking but the shower was awful. Lukewarm water and zero pressure. Our air conditioning unit was also broken. Sadly, as with most Spanish hotels, soundproofing does not exist. That combined with the all night comings and goings of other guests & the constant drone of our neighbours’ air con units, meant my partner got zero sleep. I wore ear plugs and faired s bit better. It’s a shame as overall we did like the hotel and would consider coming back again - but we’d want a working shower and will pack higher decibel ear plugs. "
"Out on the edge of town - and convenient for road access- .. and not too much of a hike into the centre (20 mins) and a quick taxi ride to the railway station. Pleasant, friendly and quiet, but slightly dated spa hotel -decent sized rooms with balconies."
"I stayed at this hotel for 5 nights and I can honestly say, If I knew what it was like I wouldn't have booked it. The spare blankets had blood stains on it, the service was not good, and the bar didn't have anything to drink besides alcohol. So you have to go around the corner to the main road to the petrol station to get a bottle of water. The location is fine. but the rooms are very outdated and too expensive for what it is."
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Very Good
10 Reviews
Avenida Duque de Abrantes, 84, Jerez de la Frontera, Andalusia, Spain
18.1km from Jerez Airport
35.6km from San Severiano
36.3km from Estadio
"Went there for the weekend end of April 2019 and although it was 27 degrees the pool and pool bar were not open - in fact it’s a long way off judging by the state of it. Apart from that the room (junior suite) was ok but if you want to sit out on a balcony then this is not the place to go. There are no balconies in any of the rooms!! On arrival the reception staff were quick, polite and efficient and we were given a free drink each at the bar as a welcome. Free parking is also available at the hotel. Breakfast was reasonable and the hotel rooms were clean and spacious, as was the foyer and what we seen of the rest of the hotel. Whilst this is not the hotels’ fault the clients were extremely noisy walking through the corridors late in the evening. Outside of the hotel there are some lovely bars/restaurants within a five minute walk and Jerez old town is about a twenty minute walk. All in all it was ok, but not fantastic although perhaps in summer when the pool and pool bar is open it may have more potential. Staff were very nice and helpful! "
"First of all... the staff were wonderful, credit to them. We paid extra for an junior suite which was very spacious, extremely clean but no rooms there have a balcony to sit out on, which was downside on an evening! The hotels pool was stated seasonal so wasn’t sure if it would be open or not! And it was not. We arrived 26th April and the weekend was 27c but found even though the pool was closed there was nowhere to sit outside. There was a small bar which only opened at certain hours so found ourselves having to walk to bars and restaurants to get drinks and food. All in all not the relaxing weekend in the sun I expected."
"Booked here for one night and had a triple bed room which was tight for space but comfortable.Entrance to the hotel looks lovely.Noisy in evening as we had the first room on ground floor next to the bar.Did not have food in it as we had an early checkout to catch a train.Quite a bit to walk to town centre from it.No facilities in the room to make tea or coffee,though it had a bar in the fridge.Price for the night was good."
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10 Reviews
Avenida Libertad S/N,Puerto de Santa Maria, Bay of Cadiz, Andalusia, Spain
40.3km from Jerez Airport
28.8km from San Severiano
29.5km from Estadio
"We booked this hotel through a Voyage Prive offer for the beginning of October as a winter break. What a mistake. It was advertised as being in Puerto Santa Maria Cadiz. Our own stupidity we actually thought it was in Cadiz how wrong were we, it actually sits on a bay facing Cadiz which is a 30/45 minute ferry crossing. The hotel is so remote It takes about 1 hour to walk to the ferry port from the hotel. There is no bus service in the immediate area in the time we were there we never saw a single bus. From Santa Maria train station its approx a 20 min drive to the hotel. The hotel is on the marina and faces across the bay to Cadiz the view was the best thing about the hotel. The hotel is totally isolated from everything there are no bars or shops in the immediate vicinity, which means you are tied to the hotel if you wish to eat or have a drink. There was a small supermarket and a cafe open in the morning approx 1/2 mile away and if you walked around the bay approx 1.1/2 miles away a couple of restarants. There are no external amenities to the hotel and very few people about. The hotel has a lack of staff which had a massive impact on service. On the day of our arrival we unpacked and decided to have a bite to eat and a drink. The bar area was closed, so we went to the restaurant which was deserted after waiting 20 minutes for any sign of life I walked into the kitchen to find someone the place was totally deserted. We never saw more than 2 members of staff at any one time. Breakfast was the normal fare however replenishment of items was extremely slow. We had booked and paid for a halfboard package (thank god, as there was no were else to eat). There was no menu for the halfboard so the waitress who spoke virtually no English would try to describe verbally to us what there was to eat. The food was average, seldom hot enough and of takeaway quality. All the amenities in the hotel were closed this included both an outdoor and indoor pools. We were informed by the receptionist that the pools were open and even provided with towels. However when we tried to access these we found the gates locked. We received mixed messages from the reception staff, which ended up in us speaking to.the manager to clarify the situation which despite the daily temperature being 28 to 30 daily the pools remained closed for the duration as did the other amenities that were offered by the hotel. The curtains in our room had several rips in them, there were white stains on the cushions, ants in the bathroom and dressing table, if you closed the bathroom door you could not open it from the inside. On one occasion we were left with a bath towel with red stains on it. There is little privacy as you can hear everything from the rooms either side of you including bathroom activity and more amorous noises leaving nothing to the imagination. I wouldn't recommend this hotel to my worst enemy."
"We have visited every year for many years. Why? Because the situation is excellent, bars and restaurants a walk away, (or in our case a very short drive away) and the marina your balcony view. The staff are very pleasant and helpful. The rooms large with comfortable beds."
"Great staff, rooms are aging but very clean. Great breakfast, 5 min walk to the nearest beach and the others within 5 min by car. 10 minutes to downtown and all its bars and restaurants. We will be back"
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Very Good
10 Reviews
Avda Alcalde Alvaro Domecq 10, Jerez de la Frontera, Andalusia, Spain
18.1km from Jerez Airport
34.2km from San Severiano
34.9km from Estadio
"I booked a Junior Suite for Friday and Saturday night. Our room overlooked a large bar/nightclub that played very loud music making it impossible to sleep. At 3am we decided to call reception to move us to a quieter room which they did immediately. The room was not a suite but a standard double on the otherside of the hotel. The safe did not work and the vent for the air was dripping water. The hotel resolved both problems around 10am that morning. As it was a nice and very quiet room we decided to stay there for the rest of our visit. We asked for the coffee machine from the suite to be moved into our room, yes no problem. The hotel also invited us to a free breakfast. In the past I have found NH hotels very good and this is the first problem I have every had with them. So when you do go and book a room with them in Jerez please make sure you ask for a quiet room away from the noisy bar opposite!"
"Very pleasantly surprised, I was when I stayed at this hotel in Sanlucar. Nothing fancy, but very clean and comfortable. I will recommend, good deal for the price and very well situated. Closed to the beach and the old town. Several restaurant are just a short walk distance."
"The only problem was the hotel across the street. On the weekends they start to have a party around 11:00pm and the music is so loud you cannot sleep. It is all night long and it stops at 6:00am. I would suggest to the NH hotel that they get noise canceling drapes. "
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