Located right on the ocean, this modern-style Parador is set in a unique location with unbeatable views over Cádiz Bay.

All rooms are exterior with small balconies or terraces offering magnificent views over the ocean landscape. They all feature comfortable beds, modern amenities such as air conditioning, Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and well-equipped bathrooms with toiletries.

The outdoor seasonal pool is strategically located to enjoy the sea breeze and the views. The spa and wellness centre provides a wide range of services for an extra charge.  

The Parador features two restaurants, a casual tapas and portions restaurant and a formal restaurant, you can enjoy exquisite dishes of the traditional Cádiz region cuisine.


There are 87 modern, tastefully decorated rooms which are very comfortable and come with luxurious en-suite bathrooms.
Double standard, double superior, and suites. Every room has a balcony or terrace on the lower floors, which offers a beautiful view of the ocean. 

Hotel Features

Large outdoor swimming pool (seasonal)

Spacious grounds with wonderful views

Spa and gym


Enjoy your meal with the Cádiz bay view, local products and wines among regional recipes such as prawn "tortilla", sea urchin, tuna… 

Hotel Facilities

24 Hour Reception
Tour Booking Service
WiFi all areas
No smoking in hotel
Luggage storage
Laundry Service
Air Conditioning

Sports and Wellbeing

Swimming Pool (outdoor, seasonal)

Room facilities (all rooms)

En-suite bathroom
Air conditioning
Fridge / Minibar
Safe deposit box


Restaurant, open to the public
Bars / restaurants within walking distance of the hotel


Facilities adapted for guests with reduced mobility


On-site parking (extra charge)
Electric vehicle charging station


No pets allowed

Cádiz, Andalucia

Cadiz, founded by the Phoenicians in 1100 BC, is the oldest city in Western Europe. In the southwest corner of Andalucia, built on a peninsula, its astonishing light and clarity of the air, and its rounded shape, give it the nickname of La Tacita de Plata – The Little Silver Cup. 

Still a working port, the Romans revelled in it, Sir Francis Drake “singed the King of Spain’s beard” here, the Battle of Trafalgar was fought near here and Christopher Columbus set sail twice from here on his voyages of discovery. 

Without any huge attractions, the main appeal of Cadiz is its charm and relaxed pace, and the endearing hospitality and generosity of the people, all found in its maze of narrow, intimate streets opening out into little, busy squares with bars serving “pescaito frito” (little fried fish) and manzanilla, reminding you that not much has changed in recent centuries. 

  • Explore Cádiz – the cathedral, the camera oscura in the Torre Tavira, the beach of la Caleta
  • Take day trips to the white villages – Arcos de La Frontera, Vejer de la Frontera, Mediña Sidoñia etc…
  • Visit nearby Puerto de Santa Maria and Jeréz de la Frontera, famous for their sherry bodegas
  • Visit Sanlucar de Barrameda, famous for its prawns and from there a river trip to the nature reserve of Coto de Doñana
  • Visit Sevilla on the train or by bus