C/ Maldonado, 2, Arcos de la Frontera, 11630
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Once you are in Arcos, follow the signs ''Centro Ciudad'' (city centre) or ''Conjunto Monumental'' (old town). Drive up the hill to Plaza del Cabildo; it is a toll parking area and a 24-hour ticket is offered to guests at a cheaper price. Once your car is parked, take Escribanos St. towards Plazuela de Boticas by foot and there take the first right turn. The hotel is at the end of the street, opposite Olivares Veas Theatre.
Rooms come well-furnished and equipped with a direct dial telephone, individually adjustable air conditioning and heating, a TV, a safe deposit box, and a modern full en suite bathroom with a hairdryer. Most of the rooms have a beautiful view of the Guadalete River Valley and all of them are very quiet. There are rooms with either a balcony or terrace. Terrace rooms include a table, 2 chairs and 2 sun beds.
Breakfast is available à la carte.
This historic hotel is situated high upon a cliff in Arcos de la Frontera. It once served as a natural defence and lookout point and today visitors can enjoy its beautiful views of the Guadalete River. Restaurants and a bar can be found in the immediate vicinity of the hotel. Links to public transport are also nearby; the local bus station is a 15-minute walk away. Arcos is the natural access point to the Grazalema Mountains and heads the well known White Villages Route. Its good travel connections allow easy day trips to Jerez (where the nearest train station can be found) and Cadiz Bay. Puerto de Santa María with its beach and sea is just 45 km away. The Arcos Lake is just a 10-minute drive away. Cádiz is 50 km away and Seville is 100 km away. Jerez De La Frontera Airport is some 30 km away, while San Pablo Airport is 120 km away.
The nearest golf course is some 3 km away at Arcos Gardens.
In the heart of the historical and artistic old town of Arcos, part of the cloister convent of nuns was transformed into the hotel. In this peaceful place, amongst churches, palaces and other interesting buildings, guests can enjoy the serenity of the town's ancient beauty, a monument to light. From its rooms and the roof terrace, the visitors can contemplate the magnificent views of La Peña and the Guadalete River Valley. After a renovation and expansion in 2006, the hotel has 11 rooms in total. It is air-conditioned and has a lobby with 24-hour reception and a hotel safe. A café, bar and restaurants also feature. The following are accepted as payment at the hotel: American Express, Diners Club, JCB, MasterCard and VISA.