Hotel Puerta de la Villa

Address: Plaza Pequena 8, Grazalema, Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, Andalusia, 11610, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Plaza Pequena 8, Grazalema, is near Plaza de España and Plaza de Blas Infante.
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        • Restaurant
        • Fitness/Health center


        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking
        • Kitchenette


        • Continental Breakfast
        • Room service
        • Business Services

        TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Puerta de la Villa Grazalema

        Reviewed by lindasarah

        Very good

        Reviewed Jun 5, 2013
        by (10 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

        Nice and clean. Lovely view from our room. English is a bit of a problem. WiFi only in foyer area but good. Only ate breakfast there which was nice.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Puerta de la Villa Grazalema

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Grazalema

        Artful Arcos de la Frontera

        A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Oct 25, 2015

        1 comment, 12 photos

        The White Towns of Andalucía (or Pueblos Blancos) are a string of cute villages tumbling down the Andalucían Sierras. It was a clear evening as we made our way to Arcos de la Frontera, stopping at villages along the way to take on and let off passengers. While these towns were not the more popular destinations (those are only accessible by car), the ride did give you a flavour of the area. In one small town, the streets are so narrow that a ...


        A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Apr 08, 2015

        4 photos

        ... tiled-edged signs about the town's water supply, views points, the wool industry, motherhood, the medieval gate, festivals and the role of Arabs. Other types of signs dealt with history and architecture. This signage was all in Spanish. My espanol has not improved, Roddy, as I have been able to rely on John for most menu items.

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        A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Apr 07, 2015

        4 photos

        ... bags to the train station. Why we just couldn't lug our own was not clear. That's what happens when so many geezers around. Waiting for the bus, Mrs Boring is yapping to John about not following the map. I asked him later if he was about to tell her to f**k off; yup. Dumb Bunny question of the day goes to Wide Load, asking which bus we are taking. How about the one Elaine is walking toward?

        The short 45M bus trip cost the exorbitant sum of ...

        Life in a mountain village.

        A travel blog entry by swannieg on May 11, 2014

        1 comment

        ... under nice shady tree in the square and listened to Spanish guitar player. Very relaxing until group of 50 or so noisy Asian tourists invaded and drowned out the music! Guy returned from his trek down under- hot and thirsty- we found little market place where he sat down and recovered with a beer while I explored shops. Bought some pressies for grandchildren - can't say what here as they may read this!
        Also procured lovely ...

        Day two, farmland, tunnels and flats

        A travel blog entry by soporific on Apr 12, 2012

        10 photos

        ... got a hundred yards and realized Ron wasn't coming. So I stopped and waited as Ron stood reading the route cards and standing in front of the Via Verde route sign post. Eventually he followed and we were off on the Via Verde. We had worried about the hills since yesterday had been so hilly. As it turned out the Via Verde was almost completely flat the whole way because it had been leveled for a train. There were however a lot of tunnels going through hills and there was a ...