AddressArgantonio, 3 CádizSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Welcome to a characterful, small-is-beautiful hotel in Cádiz's old quarter. The stand-out features here are the hand-painted doors, beautifully tiled floors that adorn both bedrooms and bathrooms, and the intricate Moorish arch in the lobby. The hotel has three themes: the first floor is Mudéjar, the second floor is colonial, and the third floor is a mix.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Argantonio and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Cádiz.
Description provided by property
A charming hotel that is ideally located in the heart of the historic old town of Cadiz, which enraptures the traveller with its warm mix of Andalucian, colonial and classical styles.
Bedrooms are uniquely characteristic, assuming one of the various styles (Andaluz, rustic or colonial) featured in the hotel, and each is christened with a name of one of the distinct cultures that have settled in the city. The interior decoration has been carefully detailed with Moroccan-style hand-carved arches, water deposits converted into tables and stacked mosaic structures. All this is provided, without compromising on modern commodities such as wireless internet zones and plasma TV. The hotel specialises in serving Mediterranean and Arabic cuisine.
Owing to its privileged location, all of the important historic and artistic monuments of the city are easily accessible. It is also well served by public transport, making it easy to reach the popular beach resort of La Caleta and the dock from which tours of the bay are offered on a catamaran.
Services & facilities
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Non-smoking rooms
- Tour desk
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
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