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Arcos de la Frontera - Hotels

The Arcos Parador hotel and the Church of San Pedro ©Michelle Chaplow
The Arcos Parador hotel and the Church of San Pedro

Arcos - Hotels

Many hotel rooms in Arcos have magnificent views; some of the best are rooms and terrace from the Parador and the rooftop terrace at La Casa Grande. Hotels in the old town offer a magnificent location for walking around and taking in the village atmosphere, however parking can be challenging. There is limited parking in Plaza del Cabildo, or better at in the underground car park, at the entrance of the old town near Plaza de Espana access from Paseo de Andalucia.  

Hotels in the old town

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Hotel Peña de Arcos

Hotel Peña de Arcos is located in the historic town of Arcos de la Frontera, in the Guadalete Valley. The hotel features air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom.

The hotel has a traditional-style restaurant, serving Spanish cuisine. Guests can also make use of the Peña’s bar and terrace.

Hotel El Convento

El Convento is an old convent, set in the typical Andalusian village of Arcos de la Frontera. It has a rooftop sun terrace, with wonderful views of the Guadalete River Valley.

This small hotel has a peaceful setting. It offers comfortable rooms, with air conditioning and an en suite bathroom. All rooms have a terrace or balcony.

Hotel Los Olivos

Los Olivos Hotel has a 3 star rating and is located right in Arcos de la Frontera town centre in the province of Cadiz. It is an old, typically Andalusian-style house that was built in 1912 and adapted to become a hotel in 1986. The hotel sleeps a total of 37 people.

Hotels outside the town

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Hotel Arcos

Hotel Arcos is located 2.5 km from Arcos de la Frontera city centre and strategically close to the motorway linking Jerez and Malaga. The hotel offers a large free car park, 24-hour reception and free WiFi.

Cortijo Barranco

Situated in the outskirts of Arcos de la Frontera, this renovated Andalusian country house dates from the 18th century. Formerly an oil press, it offers rooms and rural houses around a large central patio. There is also a garden providing magnificent views and a swimming pool.