Whether you’re driving to Jerez or coming from the airport we strongly recommend that you select one of the Jerez hotels recommended below. Jerez de la Frontera is one of the most awkward Spanish cities to get around for drivers as the main street in the centre is restricted to city buses and taxis so first time drivers cannot find their way from one side of town to the other.
The solution is to take the Jerez Norte (north) exit from the Seville-Cadiz motorway and head for the centre. This takes you to a selection of fine hotels located within just a few minutes walk from the Andaluz School of Equestrian Art where the dancing horse shows take place every Tuesday and Thursday. The Sandeman winery is also there and it’s only a 15 minute walk to Plaza Arenal in the city centre which is near the Alcazár and the Gonzalez-Byass winery. We’ve also included a few others that deserve a special mention.
Jerez 5 Star Hotels
Villa Jerez (Avda. de la Cruz 7)
This plush new hotel offers a secluded, exclusive feel as you drive through its gates into a beautifully maintained courtyard with lovely gardens. The staff are extremely friendly and helpful (speak to Paco for information about just about anything you want to know about what’s going on in Jerez). There’s a nice terrace overlooking the small pool at the back and an excellent restaurant.Website: Villa Jerez
Hotel Palmera Plaza (c/ Pizarro, 1)
Standing directly opposite the entrance to the Sandeman sherry bodega and two minutes from the horse school this is the perfect place to stay in Jerez. The hotel is new with large, luxurious rooms and a great team of staff. The pool around the back is a great place to escape the Jerez heat and its gourmet restaurant is superb.Website: Palmera Plaza
Hotel Jerez (Avda Alcalde Alvaro Domeq 35)
Pretty much all you’d expect from a hotel of this category with large, luxurious rooms many with balconies overlooking the extensive gardens. There’s a large outside pool and a smaller one inside as well as spa facilities. About 30 minutes on foot from the city centre so a cheap taxi ride is the best way to travel.Website: Hotel Jerez
Montecastillo Hotel & Golf Resort (Ctra. de Arcos, Km 9)
If you don’t mind taking taxis in and out of Jerez and are looking for something luxurious then you should consider the Montecastillo which is 9km from the city near the Jerez ractrack. The superb facilities are sometimes used by the Spanish football team before international matches. Website: Montecastillo Hotel & Golf Resort
Jerez 4 Star Hotels
Hotel Guadalete (Duque de Abrantes 50)
Another relaxed option located near the Jerez horse school about a 20 minute walk from the city centre. Great swimming pool surrounded by gardens and very friendly staff. Try the excellent evening BBQ if you don’t fancy the trip into Jerez centre.Website: Hotel Guadalete
Hotel NH Avenida Jerez (Avda Alcalde Alvaro Domecq 10)
A standard chain hotel with all mod cons in an ideal location which offers excellent value for money. It has a nice restaurant but no pool which is a handicap considering Jerez’s temperatures.
Cheap Jerez Accommodation
For cheaper accommodation try the c/Arcos and c/Medina and surrounding streets in the city centre where there are various one and two star options available.
A particularly clean, friendly and well looked after option is Hotel Avila (c/Avila, 3). Arriving by car is tricky, head for the railway station and cut up to c/Arcos at the Harveys winery then park at any pay and display you can find.
Also the Hotel Serit (c/Higueras, 7) in the same area is worth a look and the Doña Blanca (c/Bodegas, 11) is another nice little place in the historic centre with easy access to Jerez’s main attractions.
For a more comprehensive selection of accommodation take a look at hotels in Jerez de la Frontera.
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