, c/ Rosario, 11-13, Vejer de la Frontera.
Hotel V... is a romantic hideaway in the enchanting Andalusian village of Vejer de la Frontera, one of the most authentic "pueblos blancos" of Southern Spain.
The hotel offers 12 stylishly decorated rooms, divided into Classic Rooms, Superior Rooms and one Exclusive Room with a private terrace. Comfort and casual elegance blend perfectly in each one of them. All rooms feature antique Portuguese furniture, having either queen or king-size beds with fine 100% Egyptian cotton sheets, underfloor heating, air-conditioning, flat screen television, complimentary wifi and a large designer bathroom with shower and/or bathtub.
V... is entered through gorgeous glass and ebony doors which then leads into the 17th century patio with it's soaring stone columns and arches. This is a favorite place for breakfast, but a lovely relaxing place to sit at any time of day.
A beautiful ancient staircase with a terra cotta vault winds up through the hotel with guestrooms situated on different levels along the way. The high point (physically and metaphorically!) is the rooftop terrace with its panoramic 360-degree views. This is the perfect place to wind down with a cocktail or a glass of fine champagne, or to soak in the Jacuzzi as the sun sets over the Atlantic Ocean and the distant Moroccan coastline.
For travellers looking for adventure and activities, there are nearby beaches, wind surfing, golf, horseback riding, polo, hunting, wine tasting, shopping, dining and nightlife. There are also many cultural excursions available such as visiting Roman ruins or day trips to Morocco. For those who desire a more tranquil experience, they can indulge themselves at the hotel's spa, which offers a wide selection of customised Ayurvedical massages and treatments.
There are so many incredible restaurants in the village of Vejer and all within minutes walk from the hotel, so guests can enjoy a wander through Vejer to eat out. Hotel V... does provide a full breakfast though.
Out and About
Beaches of El Palmar and Caños de Meca only 10 km away
Great golf courses close by.
Horse riding on the beach or in the woods
Walking and cycling tracks in the area
Surfing at El Palmar
The ultimate wind-surfing or kite-surfing venue, Tarifa
Roman ruins on the beach of Bolonia - Tarifa
Sightseeing and shopping in Cádiz
Places to visit:
Roman ruins on the beach of Bolonia
Cádiz, for sightseeing and shopping
Various sherry bodegas are open to the public near Cádiz and Jerez
Cape Trafalgar (site of Nelson's famous sea battle)
Queen or king-size bed and a large designer bathroom with shower and/or bathtub. Superior rooms are in general bigger than Classic rooms or have a special feature such as a private saloon, or lovely views of the countryside. One of the Superior Rooms has a private garden.
Queen or king-size bed and a large designer bathroom with shower and/or bathtub. The Exclusive room is the only room with private terrace, and also provides stunning views of the surrounding countryside from in-bed.
Reviews from Little Hotels Travellers:
|We stayed in Hotel V for 2 nights last week while on vacation in Spain. This was probably the most different hotel experience we have ever had. I guess because it was a boutique hotel, the number of people staying there allows them to be very attentive, genuinely caring and trusting. Without worry or concern the lady on the phone made the reservation and held our room for a couple of hours until we arrived just from my word that we were coming. Because there is no way to park at the hotel because of the narrow streets and paths, they picked us up at the very convenient tourist center and brought us to the hotel. We were very impressed with the main lobby area. Small, well decorated and full of beautiful furniture. One wooden round table was the front desk and the lady was very accommodating to us. She showed us 2 options of room available and we picked the exclusive with the balcony and one other room for our children down the hall. The rooms were similar but each had their own style. The rooms were extra clean, well organized, simple minimalist in style. The mix of sheik country, antique furniture, old world architecture, contemporary bathrooms and very comfortable beds and linens made our experience very very nice. There is not a "restaurant" in the hotel but there is a small breakfast, snacks and room service (which we never used). There were plenty of restaurants close by that were very very good. Being from the States, we were not on the same eating schedule but we did find plenty of tapas places and a nice place called El Central that served all day food. Very nice menu. The kids loved the hotel which was a surprise because most hotels of this size are stuffy and small. The staff were extremely helpful with tons of hot chocolate, snacks and yogurts when us parents were too lazy to walk down from our beautiful balcony with the most amazing views I have ever seen. It was a dream hotel and I would recommend this to anyone wanting to stay in Vejer with or without kids. Very beautiful, clean, charming, sophisticated place! WILL stay there the next time we go back to Vejer. (Voted top 10 small villages in the world) That is why we went and it is TRUE!|
Here's What Some People Have Written On Other Review Sites or in the Guestbook:
|It looked nice on the web page, but in reality it was magnificent. The room was something very few hotels could asire to.|
|There is a sense of caring for the guests, and you always have the feeling that everything possible is being done for you. Ideal for a couple.|
|The hotel breathes tranquility, friendliness and the purest service from those who enjoy caring for their guests. A thousand thanks for looking after us so well.|
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The economy of letters in the name seems to be a counterpoint for the indulgent generosity that has been applied to the interior design. And where did all those Portuguese antiques come from? Portugal? No, Goa!
A Word from the Owner
We want every guest to feel a sense of peace and tranquility during their stay with us. Let V... become your "home away from home"!