Hotels in Cádiz

There are some fantastic hotels in Cádiz! Do you prefer sea views or a small cozy hotel nestled in a side street of the old town?

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  • Hotels in the centre of Cádiz.
  • Rooms with beach views.
  • Adults only recommended hotels
  • Spacious and comfortable rooms and villas in Cádiz.

If you are looking to stay in a particular neighbourhood (barrio) of Cádiz such as Barrio de La Viña, Barrio del Mentidero, Barrio del Pópulo or Barrio de Santa María then have a look here for some tips on finding accommodation options: https://visitingcadiz.com/neighborhoods-barrios-in-cadiz/

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Find a hostel in Cádiz

Apart from some fantastic hotels in the city of Cádiz there is also an excellent selection of lower cost hostels available.

But, don’t be put off by the words “lower cost”! Many hostels offer a fantastic service and are located in great neighbourhoods. Many can also help out with organising activities and getting to concerts and other events.


Top hostel picks in Cádiz from Visiting Cádiz!

Hostel Planeta Cádiz
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Located in the center of Historic Cádiz among the emblematic squares of El Palillero and Candelaria, you have at your disposal, less than 300 meters away, everything you need for a great stay in Cádiz. Bars, restaurants, cafes, supermarkets, traditional markets, clothing stores, perfumeries, museums, Art gallery, dozens of tourist attractions such as The Cathedral of Santa Cruz, Torre Tavira, the Oratory of San Felipe Neri, the El Populo neighborhood. Just one km away from La Caleta Beach. And of course, less than 200 meters, the train station, bus station, or Ferry station.

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Hostel Casa Mina & Piratas
Hostel Casa Mina & Piratas

Hostel Casa Mina & Piratas are run by Casa Caracol, offering fun quality budget accommodation in Cádiz. Piratas, a two story town house has 3 elegant double rooms & external private bathrooms, and two doubles with mezzanine and sofa shared bathrooms, shared kitchen and a huge shared roof terrace full of plants and chill out zones.

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Bella Escondida tower

The Bella Escondida tower is the only lookout tower (of the hundreds) in Cádiz with an octagonal floor plan. It is located on top of the house at number 13 Calle José but as it’s name suggests, it can’t be seen from the street. “Escondida” in English means “hidden”.

If you want to see this tower then visit the rooftop bar of the hotel las Cortes de Cádiz from where you can get a great view whilst enjoying a coffee, beer or glass of wine.

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It is said that this tower was built not only to watch for the ships arriving from the Indies but also to show the love a father had for his daughter refelected in the beautiful facade of the tower. She was secluded in the convent in the adjacent street but from her room she could see the tower and know that her father loved her.

Bella Escondida tower

The tower itself is different from the other towers scattered throughout the historic center of the city due its octagonal floor plan with columns and pilasters. It has four floors, small balconies and its location makes it impossible to see from the street. It is also peculiar in its baroque style, decoration of polychrome tiles and ceramic pinnacles as well as its Mudejar-inspired geometric drawings.

This tower was called the Bella Escondida by the now deceased local journalist Bartolomé Llompart. (Considered by many Gaditanos to be the unofficial chronicler of the city). In one of the articles that he wrote for the newspaper Diario de Cádiz, he gave an account of the discovery made whilst walking down the street called José de Toro. A building had been demolished leaving a “grande view of this strange tower that few had ever seen.” Many people came to see the tower after his article was published but very soon a new building was constructed on the old site once again obsuring the tower from view.


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