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Diseminado los Parralejos s/n, 11150 Vejer de la Frontera Spain
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What you can expect during your stay
  • All linens sanitized in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for guests in public areas
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
  • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
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#4 of 31 B&Bs / Inns in Vejer de la Frontera
Casa la Siesta is a beautifully restored country retreat near the white village of Vejer de la Frontera on the Costa de la Luz. With only 7 guest rooms, guests are afforded a level of luxury, space and service that is unrivalled in the area. Only 10 minutes from the beach and championship golf courses.
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Cjudge84 wrote a review Feb 2021
13 contributions1 helpful vote
We (a couple) first experienced the delights of Casa La Siesta in September 2018 as we spent a few days in Vejer de la Frontera as part of a wider trip exploring Andalucia. I remember especially looking forward to our stay here. It sounded like an authentic and peaceful destination with all of the qualities that you would hope for from a boutique hotel; fresh local food, excellent service, quality rooms, and of course, charm. It really didn't disappoint on any of these levels and surpassed both of our expectations. As soon as we walked through the beautiful gardens surrounding Casa La Siesta we were treated with a warm and friendly welcome. We could immediately tell that nothing was too much trouble for the highly attentive staff. Shortly after our glass of chilled Cava on arrival, we were sitting by the tranquil pool filled with excitement. Earlier in the year we had got engaged and out of nowhere, we were both discussing a wedding a Casa La Siesta. We had always planned on a quiet wedding / eloping but we had fallen immediately in love with the place and we couldn't think of a better venue to share with our friends and family. We arranged the date for September 20. The planning for the wedding went seamlessly mostly because the Wedding Planner Nuria is exceptional. At first, we wondered what we would get for our money but the answer was a lot less stress than most who get married. Nuria was consistently in touch pulling our dream wedding together and we were super excited, not just about the wedding, but to go back to Casa La Siesta again. Sadly due to the pandemic, we had to cancel our wedding which was really disappointing. Casa la Siesta were very understanding and caring about our wedding just as much as we did and offered up future dates or the option to use the wedding fee as a voucher at a later date. We couldn't have expected anything more except we didn't expect the message to be delivered in such a sincere and professional way over a video call with Nuria. A really nice touch but Casa la Siesta is full of them so we shouldn't have been surprised. We cannot wait for our next trip back to Casa la Siesta whenever that may be.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Alexandra Grace wrote a review Feb 2021
Australia3 contributions
We stumbled across Casa La Siesta when researching Andalusian wedding venues online. It appeared to tick all the initial boxes for our desired needs and while we did encounter a few concerning reviews at the time we gave them the benefit of the doubt while getting swept up in the aesthetics of glossy website photos. It’s easy to fall into that trap when organising entirely from the other side of the world. We faced a series of challenges with the venue from the start including sparse communication for extended periods, a contract which took 5 months to receive despite having blindly paid thousands in deposits, and very little support with the planning aspect. For example, we had to research and source all our own suppliers from Australia without any assistance regardless of the fact we paid CLS an additional €2,000 coordination fee. It was by far a smooth journey and we did not feel we were remotely getting the level of service and support we expected from this overpriced ‘exclusive’ venue. When Covid hit globally in March 2020 things got worse. News reported that Spain was in an extended ‘state of emergency’ lockdown and the venue and vendors were closed indefinitely. We chased numerous times for any updates struggling with their poor management of the situation, and while we appreciated this was unchartered waters for everyone, we at least expected to be kept in the loop. We would then receive a reply containing contradictory reports of the gravity of the pandemic. We were told it “wasn’t as bad as the news media portrayed”, there was “no risk to our wedding” and repeatedly advised to proceed with having a wedding during a pandemic as we would not receive any money back. It felt greatly deceptive to make light of a serious pandemic when the death rates were skyrocketing and caused an enormous level of upset and stress to be pressured in a situation that seriously risked the health and safety of our loved ones, including many elderly, who were travelling from various corners of the world for this one-off occasion. Obviously, the wedding could not and did not proceed in September for a host of obvious reasons outside our control. Aside from Australia’s international travel ban blocking us from leaving the country, the venue was closed for several months including the date of our wedding!! To date we have not received reimbursements of any form for the thousands of euro paid. Our guests similarly have not received any refunds or credit for their exorbitant accommodation expenses either. Shockingly, the venue not only kept our money for services that could not be used at the time they were supposed to but they later advertised accommodation availability across dates we had an exclusive booking of the property thereby double-dipping. We have lawyers involved now. It has cost us many months of anguish; a deeply scarring and jarring experience. We never want to step foot across the door in the future for how disappointingly unprofessional, greedy and unwilling they have been to negotiate an outcome that’s fair on both parties during an extremely challenging time. This is a prime example of 'all style - zero ethics.'
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
Response from , Owner at Casa la Siesta
Responded 22 Feb 2021
We are deeply sorry to read your comment. At Casa la Siesta we care about every detail and give the most personal assistance possible to our clients . All our clients without exception are informed and accept in advance the conditions on our contracts and wedding policies. We are sorry to hear that none of the solutions given by Casa were valid for you, but in any case we always work with the maximum standard of legality. We work hard everyday to make every guests experience at Casa la Siesta the most memorable.
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Ben A wrote a review Oct 2019
London, United Kingdom45 contributions34 helpful votes
If you're looking for a fantastic place to escape and relax then Casa la Siesta is perfect for you. Beautiful grounds with rustic rooms, we loved it. The staff are superb and the hotel is full of neat touches...free freshly baked cookies, huge lavish breakfasts, a friendly cat and some free drinks.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from CLSDirector, General Manager at Casa la Siesta
Responded 15 Nov 2019
Thank you Ben for your kind review.. we look forward to having you again at the Casa in the near future. Best wishes Casa La Siesta Team
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Steven A wrote a review Sep 2019
Manchester, United Kingdom8 contributions8 helpful votes
Stayed for 6 nights for some R&R. Hotel is really lovely and decorated to a high standard. Pool area and dining in the courtyard are definite highlights. Staff were great, particularly Maria! My wife has ceoliac and the hotel were accommodating of this, even baking gluten free cake just for my wife (and allowing us to take with us when we checked out). The one negative for me is the prices once at the hotel. For the two of us to eat lunch and dinner at the hotel would have been €150 per day (€25pp lunch / €50pp dinner). Food was simple and nice, but I think the price is unreasonable given the premium you pay to stay here. Any snacks during the day were also expensive (€40 for a charcuterie board). I didn't expect cheap but it felt very much like the aim was to extract as much as possible once you'd arrived. We were brought sherry post-dinner (without asking) and found that this was then added to our bill at the end of the stay. Overall, really lovely hotel, in a lovely part of Spain (Vejer de la Frontera is nearby and definitely worth a visit), but we were disappointed with the price of food and didn't eat at the hotel most nights because of this.
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Date of stay: August 2019
Room Tip: One of the suites is basically the same as a basic room (no bathtub) so I'd suggest checking...
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Response from CLSDirector, General Manager at Casa la Siesta
Responded 7 Oct 2019
Dear Steven, Thank you for your kind feedback and aside from the price of the food, I am delighted to hear your stay was a success. We will take on board your comments ahead of next year´s season. Many thanks Nuria
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Stuart G wrote a review Sep 2019
Freeport, Grand Bahama Island184 contributions146 helpful votes
We spent four nights there and it was like staying with close friends - but friends who respected your space. Staff expect you to use their christian names. Peaceful. Simple. Lovely room with great views. Large pool. No screaming kids. No choice on the menu but lovely food nonetheless and served in landscaped gardens. Far from the madding crowd - you may hear cocks crowing, cattle mooing, and horses neighing but not much else.
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Date of stay: August 2019
Room Tip: Pick one overlooking the pool and countryside
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Response from CLSDirector, General Manager at Casa la Siesta
Responded 7 Oct 2019
Thank you Stuart, delighted to hear that your stay was such a success! We look forward to welcoming you again! Best Nuria
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US$367 - US$375 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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SpainAndaluciaProvince of CadizVejer de la Frontera
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Frequently Asked Questions about Casa la Siesta
Which popular attractions are close to Casa la Siesta?
Nearby attractions include Plaza de Espana (3.4 miles), Bicicletas Francisco (3.5 miles), and Pasteleria Galvan (3.4 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Casa la Siesta?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Casa la Siesta?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a fireplace.
What food & drink options are available at Casa la Siesta?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Casa la Siesta?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Casa la Siesta?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restaurante Patría, La Judería Taberna Restaurante, and Restaurante La Vera Cruz.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Casa la Siesta?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Casa la Siesta?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Casa la Siesta?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Espacio conmemorativo Casas Viejas (9.5 miles).