Late check-out (up to 14 hours) subject to availability
Salymar Hotel, the first hospitality establishment in San Fernando, Cádiz
Opened in 1956, the Salymar Hotel was the first hospitality establishment which was built in San Fernando, Cádiz. In order to turn the hotel into a symbol of the new era, the architects Casto Fernández-Shaw and Antonio Sanchez Esteve were commissioned to design a functional and discreet building, since the location in Calle Real was already a representative aspect to be taken into account.
In 2003, the Salymar Hotel underwent deep remodelling works to recover the original facade of the building and to offer a wide range of services in its 55 rooms, always ready to surprise you and make you feel at home.
The perfect hotel to enjoy your holidays in the south of Spain
The hotel is located in San Fernando, near the Cádiz capital, facing the Main Church of St Peter and St Paul and scarce meters away from the Town Hall. It is also placed only 5 minutes from the railway station and 45 minutes from Jerez de la Frontera airport.
The hotel includes 55 equipped rooms with full bathroom and a wide variety of services: parking, room service, newspapers, meeting rooms, laundry and the Salymar Natural space, where breakfast and dinner are served every day.