Having previously used the excellent restaurant and been thoroughly delighted with the standard of food and service, we stayed overnight for the first time last week. The hotel is made up of 3 former townhouses that have been joined together with connecting passages and alleyways, making for some fun finding your way around, via various sitting rooms, hallways and lounges. Spotlessly clean and comfortable, the bedrooms were charmingly decorated with nice touches that included a variety of Moroccan bazaar items and fresh flowers. This is a tranquil, relaxing place to stay in an equally quiet, but lovely, Andalucian village, so it may not be ideal for families with younger offspring, and there is no swimming pool. Nevertheless, we enjoyed our brief visit, loved the authentic Moroccan cuisine in the stunning restaurant and then lost ourselves exploring the narrow streets and lanes of the delightful old town, which is floodlit at night. We also found several superb little tapas bars set in and around in the old town walls - great for a pitstop day or night.
The Spanish tend to keep late hours, so ask for a room away from the main village square where live...
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9 April 2012
Many thanks for the review, we are really pleased you enjoyed your stay here. Regarding the swimming pool if you'd like to recommend us to your friends and they need a pool then we do have a pool in Triperia No.1. You'll find the link on the Califa homepage. This is the Califa annexe and shares most of the Califa services and has a pool and terraces for many rooms.
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For your interest the hotel is actually 10 houses joined together - getting lost in the Califa labyrinth is half the fun! Hope to see you again soon.
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