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Excellent view & location Lack of parking
It's a lovely old building full of character & is right in the center of Vejer.Our room was large with a good bathroom with bath.
Spacious accommodation considering it was originally a monastery. Great location and views with some authentic touches. Reception staff were very friendly and helpful. Slight smell of drains in my room but Vejer de la Frontera is the real Spain!
The staff were very helpful and the location of the hotel is good, near the old town. Beds too hard!
The architecture and the geographical situation There was only one member of staff to welcome us, a fairly distant receptionist. The room was fairly cold and there was no hot water in the evening of Friday 13 (!) February 2009 when we stayed. We were told that they had a problem with the boiler. We got some hot water eventually by 9am the next morning.
The complete lack of informalty and relaxation
Very clean. Staff very friendly. Restaurant available all evening and food v good standard. Location beautiful Can't think of any.
Not anything Dirty carpets and room as well as balcony.Breakfast poor and staff servicing it unfriendly;and cannot speak English.Hotel should not be on Booking.Com's list.....rather Hotel La Casa del Califa
Full of character the hotel has retained it's identity as a former convent . The room was no-frills but very clean with efficient (if noisy) airconditioning, although the bathroom shower was poor and it could do with updating. The receptionist was charming and very helpful with advice on which beaches to visit and places to eat in the evening. We found the location confusing as the narrow streets are all alike (rather like a maze) and we had difficulty finding our way around Vejer. It's not so easy with a rental car as you have to park about 6 minutes away down in the town car park. However, we had a very restful night's stay, although I wouldn't have liked to stay more than the one night.
The atmosphere was lovely and its situation in the middle of the town good. Parking was better than anticipated with parking permit for street parking. Food excellent We had no complaints
The location is perfect for walking around the lovely streets in the historical section of Vejer de la Frontera. The hotel is quaint and informal. We had beautiful views of the countryside. The TV remote did not work and staff do not stay there through the night so guests are on their own. Breakfast was meager--white package supermarket Supermarket bread we could toast that came directly from the freezer. Orange drink not juice. No fruit. Coffee. We visited in December and room in which we ate had no heat. There was a cold wave so it was quite cold, even in our room, which had a heater high up on the wall. Only the side of the room near the heat was warm. Prepare to eat breakfast elsewhere, but if you are here during Christmas, few restaurants are open.
I liked the fact that it was small and friendly, very clean, good facilities and a wonderful view from the roof. Off the beaten track suits me well.
Good location and very quiet. Very handy for all local restaurants. Owners very helpful. Reception smelled of cat urine and this carried over into the small dining area. Cat basket in evidence suggests the culprit
It was right in the historical section of town. Quaint old building with a fabulous view! Adventurous journey to find the hotel through cobble streets that are narrow and winding. We stumbled across the "town hall" where the locals were playing Flamenco which was fun. Located near the central plaza. Our room was extremely small and damp! Breakfast was not worth the time. Just ok if you are traveling alone and cheapest place in town.
It's a small nice hotel. We enjoyed our stay and definitively recommend it.
We had a lovely stay .manager was very helpful .Hotel was very clean and although basic was more than enough for a enjoyable stay .We will be staying again in the future Parking could be problem as there is no parking near hotel but saying that its only a 5 min walk from the square up a slight gradiant so allow for light luggage if its an overnight stay. Otherwise no problem.
Beautiful quiet hotel in Vejer.
Quiet, relaxing, superb views, clean, super shower, wonderful decor and condition, helpful reception. Located right in middle of old quarter, excellent kitchen. Thought the pricing was on the high side when compared to other similar properties we used on our holiday. This was the most expensive.
Fantastic view from bedroom window. Good location - handy for town centre Very poor breakfast and no fresh orange juice. The roof terrace could have been made more comfortable.
The hotel has a good location, but the prices seemed quite high. Very clean and convenient, no breakfast included a pity, but the location covered most of disadvantages.
excellent localization, spacious room with nice terrace staff very nice but only Spanish speaking
The situation of the hotel and the parking facilities are good. The beach and boulevard just in front of the hotel. Rooms are spacious and all with necessary comfort. Free WIFI on your room just ask the code! For breakfast just go outside the hotel for a cafeteria near the ocean. The reception has a dual function with the cafeteria next door so there is most of the time no friendly welcome. Because the hotel has a large vide in the middle it’s sometimes noisy.
Hotel was very clean and very pretty I am sure that it would be lovely when the weather is good and I would return. Hopefully later this year. Room was extremely damp and we arrived late on our first night and could not get air con heating to work. Very lmited English spoke by staff on our arrival. Following Morning English owner came to ensure all was ok and was very helpful and room was much better when we returned that evening..We were dissapointed that restaurant was closed on Mon evening as there were no restaurants nearby.
The views from the balcony were great, the dinners were marvelous and the staff were all very pleasant. A small thing.There was no notice outside the hotel and we drove past without realising.
There was no electric socket near a mirror for drying my hair. No fridge in the room for keeping water cold.
Nothing There was no one at reception when we arrived at 1-30pm we were locked in at 9-00am and had to use the fire escape, there was only enough hot water for one person to shower, the restaurant and bar were closed on night of arrival. We tried to complain but the staff did not understand our English or Spanish.We cancelled the third night through bookings . com and had a message in English left on our bed but no one came to the Hotel for us to complain to. Also the hotel was not a short walk to the beach it took at least half an hour if you could find the correct path