Boutique hotel in the gypsy quarter with excellent restaurant and rooftop bar.
This small hotel in the barrio of Santiago, with just 14 rooms, is a former 19th-century merchant's house. It is well located for flamenco shows, as well as for bars, restaurants and shops, although the location itself is quiet.
Rooms are simply decorated in soothing earth tones - cream coffee chocolate with the occasional splash of red.
The restaurant, considered by some to be the finest in Jerez, serves traditional cuisine with a contemporary slant, using ingredients from the nearby Cadiz coast and sierra (gambas, payoyo cheese) - dishes are available in full or half-portions (media raciones); you can also have a tapa at the bar.
Parking - as well as finding the hotel itself - is tricky, as you're in the old part of town, but there's an underground car park nearby.