Ceuta Hotels: Reviews of Hotels in Ceuta
Accommodation can be hard to come by in Ceuta, especially as the town has a constant stream of visiting Spanish families. An advance reservation is always a good idea, especially during festival times: Carnival (February), Holy Week, the Fiesta de Nuestra Senora de Monte Carmel (July 16) and the Fiesta de Nuestra Senora de Africa (August 5).
Grand Hotel la Muralla is Ceuta’s charactful old parador, a four-star hotel on the main square of town. Rooms are spacious and comfortable, with balconies overlooking pleasant gardens overflowing with palm trees. Ceuta’s prime choice if you can afford it.
The Ulises Grand Hotel is an old, four-star old hotel set on a busy street in the city. Room with a terrace have views over the Mediterranean sea. Falls short of its designated four-stars but remains a respectable and relaxed place to stay in Ceuta.