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We have marked the family hotels so you can see them all. Some of our adults only hotels
Our restaurants and bars are among the favourite places for our frequent family visitors. Children and adults alike catch up while enjoying the best in Andalusian and international cuisine. There’s nothing quite like sitting at a table in the best restaurants in Chiclana to eat well while savouring cherished moments with familiar company in Cadiz.
The Alameda Grill forms part of the main restaurant and its use depends on the hotel’s availability. If you’re on an All Inclusive or Unlimited Services stay, you have snacks like hamburgers, sandwiches, hot dogs or Spanish-style sandwiches available from 10:30 to 13:30 and from 15:30 to 18:30. The dress code requires gentlemen to wear long trousers to dinner.
Just a few steps from the hotel, at the 5-star Iberostar Andalucía Playa, you’ll find the Cataria Restaurant, a new grill restaurant in Cadiz that’s spearheaded by Aitor Arregi, owner of the Elkano restaurant.
The dishes of chef Pablo Vicariare made of fresh products from Cádiz, such as twice-cooked red prawns, flame-grilled Porreo shrimp, octopus, marinated sea bass and grilled tuna belly.
In accordance with the dress code, gentlemen must wear long trousers, and sleeveless shirts are not allowed.
Variety is what you’ll find at the Al-Andalus restaurant with buffet service and terrace (during the high season). Awaiting you is a huge selection of cheeses, salads, cold meats, rice dishes, creamy soups, fish and meat dishes, as well as homemade desserts. And, of course, typical dishes from the Cádiz coast, such as fried fish and Andalusian gazpacho.
Don’t forget that there is a dress code and gentlemen must wear long trousers and a shirt with sleeves to dinner.
Enjoy the best sunsets from this vantage point on La Barrosa beach, with live music to boot. Such luxury! To top it all, you’ll also have the chance to sample a dish of delectable Cádiz tuna here, or any of the various kinds of seafood.
Coquinas, salmorejo, prawn patties, Iberian ham, chiclana-style mussels, filleted salt-cured tuna, and other such Cadiz tapas are on offer at this restaurant specialising in fresh fish and Andalusian and Cadiz cuisine.
According to our dress code, men should wear trousers and a shirt with sleeves at dinner.
The kids can splash about at the children’s pool while you enjoy the sea views, keeping an eye on them. How do you fancy a drink while taking in some rays at the Pool Bar?
One of life’s little treats is to end the day sipping on asmoothie or breathing in the refreshing aromas of a gin & tonic. You can do just that at the Lobby Bar, next to the hotel hall.
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