Where to sleep in San Fernando

Guide to sleep in San Fernando

San Fernando is known as the ancient Lion Island, which has been linked to Chiclana by a bridge for two millenniums, the scene of numerous victories against the invaders. One of the facts that marked its history is having sheltered the constituent process of the Cadiz courts. San Fernando has important points of interest that you can not miss if you visit this town, such as the Real Instituto and the Observatorio de la Armada or the Panteón de los Marinos Ilustres. If you want to sleep in San Fernando, we leave you below, our list of suggestions with accommodations to make you easir the decission.

Panteón de los Marinos Ilustres
Real Instituto y Observatorio de la Armada

To sleep in San Fernando you have the tourist studies Bahía Sur. Some studies in which we emphasize the views from the room, from where you can see the Bay of Cádiz, and the late check out. Rooms are pretty small. Breakfast is included. These apartments are decorated in Victorian style and they have an outdoor pool. It is located near a shopping center.

The four-star Hotel Salymar is another great option to sleep in San Fernando. It has 55 rooms, each with its own full bathroom. It also has meeting rooms, room service and laundry. The Salymar Natural is the hotel restaurant where they serve good buffet breakfasts and better dinners.

dónde dormir en san fernando
Apartamentos Turisticos Bahia Sur
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Hotel Salymar

If you are looking for accommodation in the surroundings, we recommend the Gran Hotel Ciudad del Sur in Puerto Real. It is a four star hotel that has 77 rooms, which go from standard to presidential suites with jacuzzi. All rooms have great views to the pool, to the leisure area of the hotel or to the Bay of Cádiz. We would highlight the great spaciousness of the rooms and their elegant style.

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Gran Hotel Ciudad del Sur

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