Cheap Hotels in Cadiz
Located in the Paseo Marítimo, in the Golden Mile, and right on the fabulous Playa de la Victoria, TRYP Cadiz La Caleta is the best optionfor your visit to Cadiz thanks to its strategic location in the heart of the modern part of the city, its personalised service and its excellent facilities. Among its magnificent facilities and services, TRYP Cádiz La Caleta provides modern rooms with contemporary design, many with fantastic sea views, a splendid breakfast buffet on the first floor with views over beautiful La Victoria Beach, and the Idé Lounge Bar specializing in rice dishes and cocktails. A 24-hour gym and private car park for guests with 39 spaces. Free high-speed Wi-Fi and Internet corner (E-Point). Furthermore,at the TRYP Cadiz La Caleta you can discoverthe city’s daily life and nightlife, as it is located right in the tourist area and is only a few minute walk from the main night spots and the city’s main shopping streets.
Apartamentos Plaza de la Luz Cádiz Apartaments
Patagonia Sur Hotel
Opened in 2009 and offering an unbeatable location in the old town of Cadiz, this beautiful property is just a few minutes' walk from the most important tourist sites in this vibrant city, including the magnificent Cathedral, located just a few steps away, Plaza Candelaria square and only 100 metres from the Town Hall. Those eager to discover all the hidden treasures of this beautiful region will find the central railway station and the bus terminal 400 metres from this stylish establishment. Simplicity and comfort are the main features of the different rooms, decorated in soothing tones to create a relaxing atmosphere in which guests may feel right at home. They all come with wooden floors and oak furniture. Those most demanding customers may prefer the luxurious penthouse with a large private sun terrace. A delicious breakfast buffet is served daily where travellers may find a choice of delicious fresh products.
Hotel de Francia y París
Hotel Las Cortes De Cádiz
Casa Palacio Cadiz Apartaments
Hotels in Cadiz
One of Spain's most photogenic resorts, and the country's oldest continuously inhabited city, Cádiz is revered for its clear sandy beaches and high concentration of medieval churches. The city also benefits from very high annual sunshine hours and some of the mildest winters of any destination in Europe.
What to see:
Dating back to the 18th century, Cádiz Cathedral was designed on the site of a significantly older former church built in the 13th century. This picturesque Baroque and Neoclassical-themed building, which took more than 100 years to complete, is also noted for its distinctive Poniente bell tower, which offers a fantastic panoramic view of the city.
The Roman theatre
Unbeknownst to the modern world until an unexpected discovery in 1980, the Roman theatre of Cádiz is estimated to be more than 2,000 years old, and the original stage still lies hidden beneath the whitewashed buildings that surround it.
Overlooked by Cádiz's historic district, La Caleta beach is an idyllic spot for sunbathing, and is the location of one of Spain's most famous Carnivals, which typically takes place in February or March. Other beaches include the attractive 70-metre El Chato beach, the Blue Flag Cortadura beach, the vibrant Blue Flag La Victoria beach, and the vast 3.5km Torregorda and Playa del Chato beaches.
Restaurants and hotels
If you're hoping for some fabulous tapas on your holiday, consider the La Taperia de Columela restaurant or the Meson Cumbres Mayores restaurant, both of which are close to many elegant Cadiz hotels. For delicious Mediterranean-themed cuisine, dine at La Candela or the RestauranteCafé Royalty, or enjoy other delightful European and seafood dishes at El Ventorrillo Del Chato.
For stylish, budget-friendly accommodation, you can choose the H2 Salymar Hotel or Barcelo Cádiz. For a truly luxurious venue in a wonderfully romantic setting, however, stay at the Parador de Cádiz, which overlooks the Atlantic Ocean.
Other places of interest nearby
Originally a bustling Roman city, Baelo Claudia was once a major trading settlement with Africa and featured a large theatre, basilica and fish factory. The city reached its zenith in the 2nd century AD, after which the town suffered devastation following a severe earthquake.
The most southerly point in Spain and mainland Europe, Tarifa is fewer than 20km from Africa and is the home of the beautifully preserved 10th-century Castle of Guzmán el Bueno. This is the coastline where the ocean meets the sea, where the mighty waters of the Atlantic collide with the turquoise seas of the Mediterranean. The town is also a particularly popular windsurfing destination, and overlooks an impressive white sandy beach that is more than six kilometres in width.
We search from 120,000 hotels worldwide to find you the best deals.
Price Match Guarantee
Find the same hotel cheaper within 24hrs when booking with us and we'll give you the difference.
Need help with your booking?
Call us on 0800 093 5555