A HOTEL WITH HISTORY
Hotel Las Cortes de Cádiz is a typical Palace House of Shippers to the Indies, located in the city centre, the old town of Cadiz.
It was built in the 19th century for the Marquis de la Cañada, who devoted to maritime trade. The works ended in 1859, as can be seen in the entrance gate.
The building has a ground floor with an inner courtyard, where formerly dances were held, the first floor, for the administration; the second floor belonged to the nobility and the third, to the staff. Crowning the building rises a 19th-century Lookout Tower, from which the watchman sighted the loads that came from America when the ships arrived at the Port of Cadiz.
The illustrious writer Hans Christian Andersen stayed at the hotel while visiting Cadiz in 1862, when it was called La Fonda de París.
Each of our themed rooms is represented inside by a pictorial work, which gives them a unique personality.
Each room is equipped with the following item.
Always thinking of you, continental breakfast.
Best available rate
Breakfast included and cancellation free
For reservations made directly through the hotel, by phone, or booking engine
Until 24 hours before arrival
BOOKING ON OUR WEBSITE
12 Beato Diego de Cádiz Street
In case of coming by car, we recommend park before checking-in, on 12 Beato Diego de Cádiz Street, a parking just 50 meters from our Hotel.
We have a limited number of places reserved for our customers in this public parking. The hotel's street, for pedestrian use only, is just a minute's walk away. The price of this service is € 18 / day.