The province of Cádiz has a total of more than 45.000 hotel beds, with more than half being in the four and five star categories. Leading Spanish and European hotel chains operate in Cádiz, especially on the coast, and are typically high quality new buildings.
But you can also sleep where Ava Gardner did before or surrounded by Persian furniture, in stately homes or in an old flourmill - it's all possible in the more than 50 unusual places to stay across the province of Cádiz.
They're to be found all over the region and are full of history and character. The homes of Clarissa nuns and Franciscan monks, spies and commanders, kings, innkeepers, actresses, prisoners and gentry have been converted into rural guest houses and charming hotels.
There are also themed hotels such as El Utopia, an amazing four-star hotel that recreates 1930s style and is home to one of the best local collections of period items. The hotel is a record of everyday life, society and culture during a key decade of the 20th century. It has a museum, a café-theatre restaurant and 16 rooms and suites and you can find it in Benalup-Casas Viejas, a town with 6,000 inhabitants deep in the heart of the province of Cádiz.
Country houses and estates make some of the most attractive places to stay in the Andalucía countryside. Cádiz has over a hundred of these restored buildings, the legacy of a bygone era and a lifestyle linked to agriculture and livestock farming since medieval times. Nowadays they have been restored to show visitors the traditional architecture of Andalucía in all its glory.
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