Hipotels Hotel Sherry Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHipotels Hotel Sherry Park Jerez De La Frontera
An excellent hotel which was very good value. It was only a short walk from the Royal Andalusian Riding School and Sandemans and ideal for exploring the old city on foot. Our room was spacious and very clean, the bathroom had a great shower. We were impressed by the beautiful garden setting and the size of the swimming pool, which was great to relax in after a morning in the city. We enjoyed the extensive breakfast buffet. There was also an evening choice of buffet or a la carte restaurant. Staff were kind and helpful and we hope to revisit soon.
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