Arcos de la Frontera Hostals & Hostels
This classic, spectacular Andalucian pueblo blanco (white village) is set among breathtaking countryside and a testament to the rich cultural history of Andalucia, as seen in the archaeological remains from the Neolithic, Bronze Age, Tartessian, Phoenician and Roman period.
The old part of this village boasts impressive views over the newer buildings found in the mineral rich valley, through which the Guadalete river runs.
Hostals in Arcos de la Frontera
In the old town of Arcos de la Frontera, Hostal San Marcos features air-conditioned rooms. It has a furnished rooftop sun terrace with views of the Guadalete River Valley. Each room boasts a flat-screen TV and a desk. It includes a private bathroom with shower. Free toiletries and towels are also provided. Has restaurant and a bar which serve traditional Andalusian dishes.
Hostal Andalucia is located at the entrance to Arcos de la Frontera. Free Parking. It offers free Wi-Fi, a terrace, bicycle hire and views of the old town which is 15 minutes’ walk.
Hostals and Hostels definition
A HOSTAL (also know as a guest house) provides basic accommodation at a reasonable price and a private room. These are common in Spain and not hard to find, with many occupying a floor of an apartment block as opposed to a stand alone building. Rooms don't all come with en-suite facilities, however guests will usually have the option of this.
A HOSTEL in Spain is that which you would expect to find in most parts of the world - the opportunity to stay in shared dorms at a low price. These are often social hubs among travelers, with common rooms and, at times, cheap bars making them excellent places to meet new people or find another travel companion. Many hostels also have private rooms available, as well as dorms.