Lovely, well-remodeled old Andalucian house with an inside patio and a wonderful terrace. The rooms were spacious and nice. Not sure it deserves 3 stars but then again, I don't quite get how the star system works.
At 10 euros I thought the breakfast sounded very expensive, specially when you could get a breakfast next door for 2 euros, though not a buffett. We just don't eat that much for breakfast so it was not worth it for us.
Also, this is kind of a small thing but annoying enough that I thought I should mention it. On the first day that we were there, I got a phone call which went through the front desk. I didn't pick up the phone because we were "otherwise occupied", so the lady who runs the hotel decided to come up to our room and knock on the door to get us all the while holding the phone on her hand. While Im sure she meant this to be kind, it was actually very intrusive. We didn't answer the phone for a reason!
- Also Known As:
- Casa Grande Hotel Jerez De La Frontera
- Casa Grande Hotel
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- For the traveller wishing to connect to the soul of Andalusia, Hotel Casa Grande offers a welcoming atmosphere with an emphasis on hospitality and personalized travel advice. The 15-room hotel is situated in a beautifully restored family mansion on a lovely palm-lined square in the centre of Jerez. All rooms are individually decorated and offer luxurious en-suite bathrooms. Our amenities include a spacious roof terrace, reading room, sherry bar and free internet access. ... more less
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