State-run luxury hotel “Hotel Atlántico” in Cadiz


A building with a cutting-edge quality, details, aesthetic avant-garde and services

The emblematic parador of Cadiz “Hotel Atlántico” is one of the most profitable in the whole network of state-run luxury hotels in Spain. The hotel occupies a space characterized by a modern architecture, where light and wide spaces are fundamental features of its construction style.

Since many decades ago, the city of Cadiz has followed the custom of hosting a parador on one of its privileged urban sites. Aiming to make the most of its excellent location, its 124 rooms, spread over five floors, and include a terrace and views to the sea. Among them stand out 18 junior suites.

Immediately below these the elevated swimming pools are situated, with 550 m² and with views to the Atlantic Sea. It is an exclusive space for relaxation, with two distinct areas, one for children and one for adults, a bar and a sun terrace of 450 m². In addition, there is the restaurant Bahía de Cádiz, with à la carte service, and the restaurant La Tacita del Atlántico, with an innovative offer adjusted to current customers demand, which serves tapas and traditional dishes prepared with local products.

The leisure offer and the hotel complex wellbeing are completed with a health zone with an indoor swimming pool and a breakfast room with a covered terrace overlooking the Bay.

The state-run luxury hotel “Hotel Atlántico” in Cadiz is also a building leader in technology and spaces devoted to convention tourism. Apart from the customer lounge and a meeting room, the building offers two function rooms for meetings and events divisible into eight rooms, all with the latest technology and possibility of independent access and incorporation of a glass gallery.

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