Finding an ideal hotel in Olula del Rio does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Jardines La Tejera, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and Jardines La Tejera makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and a gift shop. In addition, guests can enjoy a fitness center and a lounge during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Museo Casa Ibanez (0.9 mi), which is a popular Olula del Rio attraction – and it is conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
Jardines La Tejera looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Olula del Rio.
We went as a group and the service was a little chaotic with no clear indication of what was included (such as wine etc.) which was partly our group organiser´s fault. the pasta we had ordered came out with a different sauce to what the menu stated but was delicious anyway. w had ordered sea bream as our main course somewhat nervously as most restaurants overcook fish. it came beautifully cooked, still moist and succulent. the sweet was yoghurt with honey and nuts and again was excellent. e will probably come back as a couple and try it again.
We are a group of 6 ladies who visit a restaurant for lunch one a month and have always had excellent experiences until this place. Beautifully presented, smart, classy, modern we thought we were going to have a wonderful lunch, sadly this wasn't to be. There were three young waitresses who had little or no command of the English language and were quite snappy with us, although all British, between us we had enough Spanish conversation to order a meal. We were offered a menu typed in English but with no explanation as to what the food actually was or how it was presented. None of the waitresses were willing to assist us. I asked if it was possible to have a tuna salad as they had salad on the menu and tuna but I was told no it wasn't possible to put them together. After we ordered what we thought would be good choices, the food arrived and was slapped on the table in Spanish and resembled nothing that we had ordered. Total confusion as one lady had her starter and main course long before anything else arrived and it continued through the meal, a lot of food was left as it was not to our taste, nine of the waitresses enquired as to wether we enjoyed our food or queried why so much food was wasted. I have never known such disinterest by waiting staff, miserable, sour faces and intent on cleaning rather than serving. We have told many our our fellow British friends of our experience and not to bother to go to this restaurant due to our poor but quite expensive meal. The photo of my starter, Crispy Cod bears no relation to what I expected, an inexpensive crisp bread with semi raw smoked cod, covered with a strange creamy substance and a posy of flowers. My advice would be to employ an interpreter who has a knowledge of catering and employ happy staff. Definitely won't be going back.!…
Visited for birthday lunchtime meal. Seated in the function room, we were expecting great things as it was a high end setting and sumptuously decked out in fine linen and silverware. Chose menu del día. No customary salad. Soup was thick yet totally devoid of taste. Seafood lasagne: although tasted of seafood none was found in it not even a crab stick. It was assembled using a gloopy white sauce possibly made with fish stock or blitzed in a food processor and sandwiched between 2 sheets of lasagne with another gloopy tomato sauce with a topping of hard crisped cheese. We both chose the beef with setas and potatoes which was totally bland save the drizzle of garlic and parsley oil drizzled over for decoration. The potatoes were reminiscent of sloppily made Smash. We simply had to ask for salt and pepper as it was virtually tasteless. A heinous act but necessary. The saving grace (and hats off to the chef responsible for desserts) was the strawberry dessert and the lemon and ginger sorbet both were absolutely divine. Whoever made these had finely tuned taste buds that took you to cloud nine. Service was good though and waitress pleasant and attentive. More expensive than other restaurants in the area and did not reflect value for money due to the lack of taste in the savoury dishes. A shame as due to the high end looking restaurant one expected better. Definitely a case of all fur coat and no knickers. …
This is an oasis on the edge of a small and not very prosperous looking town. It is well run and from Monday to Thursday the restaurant is open. The waitress serviced restaurant is housed opposite the hotel in the grounds - across some lovely gardens. The service is impeccable. There is also a bar which serves breakfast and cooked food through the day. It was quiet (my room overlooked the gardens at the back). I did not try the exercise room.
We have eaten often in the Terra Cafe in the hotel, where the tapas and Menu de Dias are available. Informal dining, fabulous tapas presented to restaurant quality. Best choice for me are the chicken fingers - little strips of chicken breast coated in I-don't-know-quite-what-but-it-tastes-fantastic! It is accompanied by a wasabi mayonnaise...just delicious and only €1.50! Always friendly and cheerful service too, great place to enjoy a wide range of beautiful little tapas.