Where to stay in Cadiz

Where is the best area to stay in Cadiz?

If you are going to visit the city of Cadiz, which is truly one of a kind, you should make sure to stay in the old town, the city´s best area to stay. The city has two main areas with good hotel offerings, the Victoria beach area and the old town in the historical centre.


The Victoria beach is one of the best urban beaches in Europe. The beach stretches for more than 3km and offers all the services and leisure activities one would look for in a beach destination. It´s a great option if you are looking to combine beach with city.


However, if you would like to experience the authentic Cadiz, you should stay in the old town. Its narrow streets lead you down into the depths of its ample historical heritage, while the bars and shops are there to tempt us all day long. The Cathedral square is one of the references that can be used to judge if your hotel is near the centre. Many hotels in the centre are housed within old, historical buildings and don´t have space for many rooms, meaning it is best to book early, especially at busy times such as carnival.

Hotel   Avg price
Hotel Argantonio
Calle Argantonio, 3
84€ - 100$
Dormos Hotel
Calle Mirador, 3
95€ - 113$
Hotel   Avg price
Hotel Patagonia Sur
Calle Cobos, 11
63€ - 75$
Hotel Las Cortes De Cádiz
Calle San Francisco, 9
67€ - 80$
Hotel de Francia y París
Plaza San Francisco, 6
69€ - 82$
Hotel   Avg price
Parador de Cádiz
Av. Duque de Nájera, 9
149€ - 177$


On the map, which shows the most convenient area to stay in Cadiz, you can see a selection of some of the best located hotels in Cadiz.


If you were interested in finding out where to stay in Cadiz, you may also be interested in knowing where to stay in Seville, where to stay in Granada or where to stay in Cordoba.

Playa de la Victoria, the other area to stay in Cadiz

Playa de la VictoriaIf what you want is to enjoy the beach, Cádiz offers one of the best urban beaches in Spain and Europe. You’ll find more than 3 km of fine sand beach, fully equipped with all services, easily accessible and with its chiringuitos, or as you would know them, beach bars, open in the summer.


The selection of hotels is extremely minimal compared to that of the city centre, with a wider range of tourist apartments. Along the promenade, we can enjoy its terraces and restaurants throughout the day and night.


To access the centre of Cádiz, it is best to take a bus. It takes about 10 minutes and runs frequently.



Hotels in Playa de la Victoria


Where to stay near Cadiz


Jerez de la Frontera


JerezLocated only 36 km away, Jerez de la Frontera is one of the great Andalusian cities that can serve as a base for visiting Cádiz. Jerez is not only its wines and the architecture of unique buildings, Jerez offers much more to everyone: land of the Carthusian horse, the fighting bull, the cradle of flamenco art, a city of motoring and major events, a monumental center and much more.




Accommodation in Jerez





El Puerto de Santa María


Puerto de Santa MariaLocated just 17 km from Cádiz City, Puerto de Santa María is with its 6 km of fine golden sand beaches one of the main beach destinations of the province of Cadiz.




Accommodation in El Puerto de Santa Maria





Chiclana de la Frontera


Chiclana de la FronteraJust 24 km away from Cádiz City we will find another of the most frequented beach destinations in the province, Chiclana de la Frontera. The Novo Sancti Petri tourist complex is the area that has the largest number of hotel beds in the province of Cádiz and throughout the Costa de la Luz.




Accommodation in Chiclana





Conil de la Frontera


Conil de la fronteraFurther afield, about 50 km, and south of Chiclana de la Frontera is Conil de la Frontera, one of the favorite beach destinations in the province of Cádiz in summer. A very pretty town, with a spectacular beach, full of bars and restaurants to socialize and lots of going on. Beyond the hotels, apartments are in high demand to spend a week or a fortnight in summer.




Accommodation in Conil