In an extensive trip throughout Spain, this hotel was one of the most expensive. For the price, the rooms were small and somewhat dark. No wifi offered, except in the lobby which is inconvenient and frankly quite shocking for hotels these days. Staff was friendly and helpful, and the room was very clean.
The hotel is small and the staff are friendly and helpful. Room was clean, with towels and comfortable beds. I stayed for only one night and I'm very thankful with the staff because they allowed me to stay more without paying anything. Wifi works in the living room. Good location in the city center.
Hostal is not a hostel. It is a very friendly small hotel. Very friendly staff, which dont speak english, just spanish. Rooms are nice, very clean, wifi only downstairs in lobby. Television and airco in the room. Rooms are cleaned everyday, clean towels.Hostal is next to the church.
This hotel was in a GREAT location!!! Right in the middle of everything going on in Tarifa. It is also in walking distance to the port that takes you to Morocco. The room was very clean but small. The owner was very nice & helpful but she speak little English. The only negative point is that the owner does not come in till 9:00 AM so if you are trying to leave before then, it might be a bit challenging. It is also very safe, during the night they lock up the hotel & there is a night watchmen that stays in the lobby to let in guests of the hotel. As with other reviews, we were so surprised but the charm of Tarifa. Again, Rick Steves basically says that Tarifa is only worth going to as a place to stay while you take a day trip to Morocco. THIS IS NOT TRUE! If I could do it all over again, I would not even bother going to Morocco & would explore Tarifa & hand out of their BEAUTIFUL beaches.
Room was roomy and clean. WiFi available only in the lobby. Up an alley in old town near the castle. Wasn't expecting much, but old town is nice and comfortable. Convenient to the restaurants and night life of old town. Hotel is quiet and safe. Ferry to Morocco is a 5 minute walk away. The ferry back was cancelled due to rough seas and we were stranded on the Moroccan side until late at night. We left our luggage in a hotel lockup during the day. The night clerk who spoke no English managed to communicate with us when we got back and called ahead to verify we could check in our next hotel in a small mountain village at 3:00 AM. Parking is hit and miss on the street. There is a pay parking lot up the hill and in walking distance from the hotel.