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TRYP Jerez Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

I stayed room only, so cannot really comment on the food and other facilities. But the hotel is in an excellent location for the old town, has good rooms with excellent bathroom. However, the best thing about this hotel was booking in! A truly warm welcome. Despite the fact that I only intended to drop off my bag (as I arrived at 11.30 a.m.) Francis dealt with housekeeping to ensure that I could actually check straight in to my room. He then made phone calls to deal with my queries concerning bus and train times, wrote all the information down for me, supplied and talked me through the city map. Simply nothing was too much trouble. And all with a great big smile. How refreshing. Francis, thank you, you're a star!

This is a classic business hotel. It’s in need of some minor renovations but it’s still quite nice. Our room was clean, with basic amenities (toiletries, free-WiFi, safe) and a refrigerator. The chairs (especially the side chair) were a bit worn out but the beds were comfortable. The hotel location is excellent and is close to all of the major sights. Exploring the city on foot was no problem at all. The train station is only a 20 minute walk from the hotel. There are taxis lined up outside, if you need them, as well as public bus lines nearby. All of the staff were friendly and helpful. Not everyone at the front desk spoke English but the check in/out process was still fast and easy. On the way out, they were happy to hold our bags for a few hours while we waited for our train. Upon check-in we took the slight up-sell for a room with a view, which I think was worth it. However, the view is on the street side, which can be fairly noisy at night. If you are a light sleeper, stick with an interior room. Breakfast was great! We stuck with the Spanish menu items and were quite pleased. Make sure to note the service times and don’t be late! They won’t rush you out, but they do start to clean up about 15 minutes before the end of service. The only thing I really didn’t like was the bathroom. The whole set-up made no sense. It was as if it they started to do a renovation and then decided the tub and shower were too much trouble. The tub surround was open on one side and the side nearest the sink was a glass panel which used to be a door. The door was still on a hinge which allowed it to swing out awkwardly, bonking into the sink and dripping water on to the floor. The tub itself was set oddly high with the slanted end at the entry opening which made it difficult to access without slipping. By day two I was used to the quirks but getting in or out of the tub could be a major hazard for the elderly or persons with mobility issues. Aside from how much I hated the bathroom, though, I enjoyed the hotel and would stay there again. It’s clean and friendly, feels safe and secure, and has everything you need in an excellent location.

The Hotel is well located and clean with friendly staff but just lacks the little touches which similar hotels in there class have. Things like bottles of water, a kettle or Coffee Machine and toileteries are standard now but lacking here. I travel a lot and had not used Sol Melia for a while so was interested to see how they compare to other brands. Our Room was Ok, clean but very dated. Although it was adicuate with a little TLC and attention to detail it could be so much better. Having said that the breakfast choice and quality was really good so if you can get a deal with Breakfast you will not be disappoined.

Inside this is a standard city centre hotel - that is fine and no complaints at all. It is housed in a really nice building on a nice street and an easy walk to the centre. Bar prices very reasonable as well

We stayed at this hotel for one night. It was perfect - being within easy walking distance of all the sights. Parking was useful and good value too. The room was quiet and comfortable and had all we needed. Would definitely stay again.

Try Hotel Jerez is nicely located, in the city centre; the building is great, with a historical facade. My room was a premium one, smallish and with classic furniture but with a lovely, big terrace overlooking the beautiful city of Jerez. Personnel is friendly. What I do not like at all in the hotel is the lobby: bad lighting, furniture of a questionable design, an overall sense of bad taste; definitely needs a total renovation by a good architect. The hotel is not bad, though, on the whole.

One of the joys of booking direct with a hotel rather than through Expedia etc. is that you sometimes get upgraded and that is what happened when I recently stayed at the Tryp Jerez. I was allocated a room on the top floor which had a terrace overlooking the city. It was amazing and a nice surprise. The room was larger than the classic rooms which I had stayed in before , the bed was clean and comfortable. The bathroom was a good size and had a tub, usual soap dispenser on the wall, perhaps a little hard to reach when you are in the bath. Nice fluffy towelling robes and slippers too. There was also a fridge and kettle so that you could make tea or coffee and take it outside and sit on the terrace and enjoy the fresh air. Everything is spotlessly clean and what you would expect in a Tryp hotel room. It is a modern hotel with lots of touches which reflect Jerez and it’s well maintained. My rate did not include breakfast but there are 2 places which serve breakfast to the right of the hotel as you exit – 3.50 € for a complet or just coffee con tostada 2 / 2.50 € or other options in the main square or by the Fundador. The staff were friendly, helpful and had good English, I like the new foldout map which comes with the room key, it offers suggestions on where to go and places to eat and drink, a very good idea. The hotel is in a great location, not far from lots of shops, bars and restaurants. There is parking on nearby streets for a small fee in the parking meter. Also if you book direct on the website the booking confirmation email gives you a 10 euro credit for each day of your stay so you can enjoy a sherry or 2 gratis !! Jerez is a lovely part of Spain so and the Tryp is a good choice to stay for a first timer or repeat Jerez guest.

Room facing avenue superb olde worldly,with a modern touch, excellent facilities,central position, great staff, good standard in all aspects, visited Sandemans Winery ,sherry processing,well worth it and great value

My wife and I have driven past Jerez many times on our way to or from Sevilla from the coast and said we must visit one day. We did and chose to stay at the Tryp. Staff were lovely, very helpful and friendly. Room was wee with an older bathroom but fine. Great location and cheap parking round the back of the hotel, walking distance to all Jerez's main sites. Book direct for a free drink from the hotel bar.

Good location in old city so easy walking to major sites. Underground car park a real plus as parking in Jerez a nightmare. Whilst there is a small bar and lounge area it is essentially bed and breakfast. Not an issue as much good choice in the area and reception provide excellent guidance. Staff without exception friendly and helpful with Miguel on front desk in particular worthy of a gold star. Rooms are spacious but beware those at the front are noisy. I suspect that in renovating an old palace there were restrictions placed on structural design so I don't believe much use made of double glazing. However an example of excellent service in that I requested a quieter room and sorted without any problem. Breakfast another plus point. Excellent choice of quality items. The only reason for a 4 is that it's a chain establishment and ubiquity is dull!!

C/ Marques de Casa Domecq, 13 Jerez de la Frontera Cadiz

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Bar/lounge
  • Concierge services
  • Laundry facilities

TRYP Jerez Hotel places you within a 10-minute stroll of Villamarta Theatre and Church of San Dionisio. This 98-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a bar/lounge, free in-room WiFi, and concierge services. Andalusian Flamenco Centre and Palace of Time are also a short walk from this Jerez de la Frontera hotel.


Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.


The 98 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including minibars, safes, and desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and TVs with satellite channels. Hair dryers are also included.

Property features

Guests of TRYP Jerez Hotel enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, 8 meeting rooms, and conference space. Onsite parking is available for a fee. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and laundry facilities.

Room options


Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Family room

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 4

Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1


Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

83% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 947 reviews