Pros: Charming hotel and staff with excellent English spoken. Beautiful outside dining area with spectacular views and tastefully designed interiors. Ask for the toast...it's delicious!
Cons: Lighting in room needs to be improved for make-up application
Pros: This was our second stay here and again a happy one. This time we booked one of the superior rooms upstairs with a big covered balcony and views out over the countryside, which was delightful. The ...
Cons: We'd have appreciated more fresh fruit. Also, it wasn't a problem for us but do be aware that the lift's still not working and probably won't be repaired - too expensive apparently. ...
Pros: Very nice room, comforteble bed, we really loved the place!!!
Cons: The room located in the street, a bit noisy
Pros: Friendly staff, nice atmosphere.
Pros: The building was very stylish
Cons: Service was poor - had to walk down to the restaurant to get the receptionist every time - why can't they have a buzzer? Asked for a dinner menu 3 times before she remembered to bring one. Dinners...
Pros: Friendly staff
Cons: Lift not working and we were on 2nd floor, and the bar \ restaurant were lower ground floor. Also the one meal we ate in restaurant we did not get what we ordered. Things seemed a little chaotic.
Pros: Staff were lovely and very accommodating during the stay, the room was lovely and large and great for a family room.
Cons: I think the hotel would benefit from having better complimentary bathroom products as the ones supplied were sachets on shower gel only and a bit cheap looking. Also the booking system was a little ...
Pros: The hotel has a small and friendly feel, with interesting and different decor (lots of eclectic art work). The food was absolutely superb. After a warm welcome from Melissa, the staff were all lovely ...
Cons: We were lucky and found parking nearby, but this could be a problem as the hotel has none. However, this is the nature of the small Andalucian villages - so be prepared !
Casa Henrietta is a great choice for a stay in Jimena de la Frontera. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Rooms at this historic hostal offer deep soaking tubs and free WiFi.
Pros: A veritable maze of terraced steps and alcoves and the woman of the house takes charge of the beautiful plants and flowers that abound all round the property, the swimming pool was a big bonus, very ...
Cons: all good !
Pros: The hotel is in a back street, I left my vehicle in the main square and walked the final 400 yards. The roof-top pool area is very peaceful with great views across the valley. The breakfasts are ...
Cons: If you have any mobility problems then don't book here as the hotel is on different levels with many stairs. The WiFi only worked in the restaurant bar area, not in my room. The room itself was ...
Pros: Beautiful garden terrace setting with rooftop terrace and pool. Food wonderful - Iberian Pork delicious
Pros: One must remember that this is a hostal with one star, so it is not like a Parador. however, in terms of service and overall presentation it is excellent and fully deserves its ratings. The gardens ...
Cons: There is little chance to park near the hotel and our GPS was not accurate in the towns narrow streets (failed to indicate no entry streets). There is a public car park at the entrance to the old town...
Pros: Great patio's and roof terraces. Great and helpful staff.
Cons: Pretty simple breakfast. Swimming pool was not operational at the time.
Pros: This Hostal sits high on the mountainside in the village of Jimina de la Frontera. It is the amalgamation of four village houses and is very unique. Many spanish people stay there and many use the ...
Cons: Not much
Pros: Lovely rooftop pool . Put in apartment was lovely . Very quirky nothing to complain about
Pros: It is quaint with great charm. The staff went out of their way to be helpful and friendly and were extremely efficient. While 'navigating' around the various floors took time to master, it ...
Pros: Charming hotel. Very friendly staff. Lovely breakfast. We enjoyed staying there. The best on our trip to Andalusia.
Pros: Really quirky hotel of 5 combined properties with lots of stairs and lovely little courtyards with plants and vegetation everywhere. The pool and terrace at the top are wonderful as is the quaint bar ...
Cons: Bit more communication/availability of staff.
Pros: The room was basic but comfortable, with everything we needed and it was clean ☺ Celia was very friendly and talked to us a lot about the local trips that she organised which we wish we could have ...
Pros: Easy access to the nice castle. Small grocery store accross the street. It was interesting to be in such an old Spanish casa.
Cons: It was very difficult to get to the hotel from the train station. Wifi was not accessible in the apartment as advertised--it was necessary to go into the main lobby. The garden and all outside patios ...
Pros: Spacious room for 4 people.
Pros: nice traditional house next to local's bar lovely courtyard with flowers friendly owner clean and welcoming
Cons: maybe a few more utensils in the kitchen - there is a corkscrew in room 8 now that we left!
Pros: Nothing particularly stood out. Really nice village though
Cons: The staff had a really poor attitude. They refused to help with taxis, telling me to use my own phone. Toilet in bedroom cannot pass toilet paper, insisting on using the bin, although the bin was only...
Pros: Spacious room, helpful staff, very clean and well kept house.
Cons: Some noise from bar/cafe below but stopped by 12pm.
Pros: Staff so welcoming gave us lots of info..loved the Morrocan themed style and little garden terrace..had a massage which was fantastic!
Pros: Lovely old building at end of the town on edge of a natural park. English language books on shelf, garden full of sparrows. Small well stock family supermarket opposite and good bars nearby with tapas...
Cons: Main building seemed cool, probably excellent in summer but a fire place or some heating would have made it more welcoming. Included breakfast at nearby bar was great, but it would have been nice to ...
Pros: Good location at end of town, but near to bars and supermarket. Quiet on the whole and a lovely old building with lovely noisy sparrows in garden at start of morning and evening. Breakfast excellent ...
Cons: The main building was cool, a fire would have made this wonderful area more welcoming to sit in in winter - it's probably excellent in summer.It would have been nice to also have had breakfast in ...
Posada La Casa Grande is a great choice for a stay in Jimena de la Frontera. Free WiFi is an added perk, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails. Rooms offer up nice touches like premium bedding and down comforters.
Hosteria Labordalla is a great choice for a stay in Jimena de la Frontera. After having fun at the outdoor pool, you can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. Rooms offer up nice touches like MP3 docks, rainfall showerheads, and comfy beds with down comforters.