Cleverly converted from a 17th century convent to a contemporary hotel gleaming with Baroque-inspired architecture, Boutique Convento Cádiz offers a tranquil place to stay for leisure travellers at the ancient port city of Spain. The Cadiz Metro Station is only a four-minute walk from the hotel, and an eight-minute walk to Cádiz Cathedral.
All rooms are fully equipped a flat screen TV, minibar, private bathroom, and in-room safe. Furthermore, balconies with majestic views of the sea are also fitted in the rooms.
Boutique Convento Cádiz features a roof terrace, an elaborate chapel, charming courtyard, and fully equipped fitness centre. Free Wi-Fi access is available all throughout the establishment.
Breakfast is available for an additional cost, consisting of a scrumptious Andalusian cuisine. Other dining options outside include Sopranis, and Parrilla Venta Las Tinajas.
La Caleta beach is a ten-minute walk from the hotel while Playa de la Victoria is a 15-minute walk away.
Guests are thrilled with the idea of staying in an old monastery turned modern hotel. They admire the beautiful Baroque structural design and Gregorian chants playing in the building that brings more character to the hotel and helps set the mood for a picture-perfect moment.
Highly attentive staffs
Most guests speaks well of the staff for being extremely helpful and attentive. They help set a good vibe for guests and offers service which is beyond compare. The welcoming staff also assists in suggesting good places to visit for guests.
Set on a strategic spot in central Cadiz
This great historic building is nicely positioned near the central train station where every important establishment, from restaurants to tourist spots, is easily accessible even without a car. Guests enjoy going from one place to another by foot, for it saves them all the trouble in finding parking spaces and paying parking fees.
Poor soundproofing of rooms
The walls inside the rooms are quite thin and seem frail. Some guests are bothered by the noise coming from other rooms such as loud chatting, plumbing noises, and stroke of a church bell. The sound is easily absorbed from one room to another which makes it quite difficult for some guests to sleep.
Insufficient breakfast facilities
Some guests are quite uncomfortable for not having enough coffee and tea making facilities available in the hotel. Coffee served in the on-site restaurant takes some time to prepare because of having only one coffee machine serving a long line of guests.
Awfully unpleasant smell from the drain
Most guests are uncomfortable with the bad smell coming from the drain or poor plumbing inside the restrooms. It is impossible to stay longer in the shower due to the unbearable scent which lingers in the air.