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AND56 - Jerez de la Frontera (Andalusia)

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  • Location: Jerez de la Frontera (Andalusia)
  • Classification: Central Hotel
  • Price by definition: Contact us
  • Capacity: 17 standard rooms, 1 Junior Suit and 1 suite
  • Distances: Puerto de Santa Maria- 9 miles, Cadiz- 22 miles, Seville- 57 miles, Malaga- 137 miles
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This historical hotel is located within an 18th century manor house situated in the heart of the old city of Jerez. The cathedral can be seen from all of the individual guest rooms and near to the hotel are the recently opened Arab baths as well as a number of good flamenco tablaos. 

All rooms are en-suite and feature: air-conditioning and central heating, Satellite TV, fax & computer ports, minibar, iron, safety deposit box. Various curiosities can be found in the rooms such as an antique column or a 19th century claw foot bath. The common areas are very welcoming; the dining room and the library quickly become meeting points where the warm colors and small details give them a friendly, family atmosphere. The restored features retain the flavor of the original building, particularly the English style woodwork, the Italian marble and the mahogany staircase. The rooftop terrace has magnificent views of the cathedral and over the old part of the city. The service, tranquility and the location of the hotel have transformed this historic building into an ideal place to get to know and enjoy Jerez just like a local.

Cuisine offered: Traditional tapas including cold cured meats, cheeses and patés. Evening meals available by booking.

Activities: Strolls in the historic areas of Jerez: San Juan, San Lucas, San Marcos and San Mateo; visits to the González-Byass, Domecq sherry wineries, etc. Exhibitions at the Royal School of Equestrian Art, activities at the Andalusian Flamenco Centre and visits to the various museums. Within easy reach of the beaches at Puerto Santa María and the Cadiz mountain range.

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The Arab rulers called it Xerish or Xeres. Under their rule Jerez de la Frontera became one of the most important cities of Al-Andalus. Conquered in 1264 by King Alfonso X, it played a leading role in the struggle against Moorish Granada. After Columbus' discovery of the New World it rose rapidly. This growth was intensified during the 19th century due to the foundations of numerous world famous Sherry bodegas (wine cellars).

Jerez de la Frontera too is famous all over the world for horse breeding and is the seat of the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art where visitors can enjoy impressive demonstrations by the “Andalusian dancing horses”.


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