One of the most beautiful white washed villages in Andalusia is Vejer de la Frontera: a real Pueblo Blanco, strategically situated on a hill with a smashing view of the sweeping surroundings. While you wander through the narrow alleys, your thoughts will stray off to the old days and you will be struck by its rich history. In contrast, tucked away in one of the small streets you will find Hotel V a distinguished, contemporary hotel hidden behind a snow-white façade. Once entered, you will find yourself in another world: an oasis of tranquility and well-being.
The 17th century house is situated on one of the highest points of the village and houses 12 rooms. Old elements are well maintained and beautifully blended in with contemporary art and materials. Old vs. new is in perfect balance and supported by meticulous finishing touches. Breakfast is served at the patio or if you prefer on the roof terrace. A cosy living with honesty bar and a small spa area for indulging treatments can be found in the basement of the house. The cherry on the pie though is the amazing roof terrace including a jacuzzi, lounge seats and sunbeds but above all an astonishing view. This is the perfect place to unwind or romantically gather for drinks at night surrounded by the lights of Vejer!
The rooms vary from Classic, Superior to Exclusive. All of them different but all luxurious: big beds with quality linen and spacious and comfortable designer bathrooms. Some of the rooms tend to be a bit dark, it is after all an Adalusian townhouse and it helps to keep away the heat during summer. Also, a number of rooms have an open bathroom, if this is not to your taste please mention so when you book the hotel. All this pampering does come with a price tag, but it is well worth it… a real gem for adults looking to relax and enjoy this beautiful spot.
Before you turn in for a comfortable nights rest, I suggest you allow yourself to get lost in the small streets and alleys of this special town and treat yourself to a gorgeous glass of fino or a sumptuous Spanish meal on one of the many inviting terraces… sleep can come later!
A piece of advise: if you plan to drive, it is safer to leave the car parked near the entrance of town and call the hotel for a taxi to pick you up, it is not recommended to drive through the labyrinth of small alleys inexperienced!