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Vivian’s Guest House hostel is located in the heart of Jerez de la Frontera, offering you a privileged place to discover the architectural beauty, monuments and tourist attractions of our city.

The establishment enjoys a strategic location in the heart of the city, about 10 minutes from the train station, next to the Villamarta Theater and very close to the Cathedral and its splendid wineries.

Vivian´s Guest House

Vivian’s Guest House has 21 rooms that will allow you to enjoy the comfort and amenities you need to stay connected when and how you want with your friends and family.

In our hostel in Jerez de la Frontera, we make sure that our guests have a comfortable and pleasant experience. In addition to offering free wifi so you can stay connected at all times, our facilities have clean and comfortable rooms, spacious and well equipped common areas, and a friendly and helpful staff that will always be available to help you with whatever you need.

Vivian’s Guest House hostel has a central Andalusian patio with columns and round arches, a large shared kitchen with all the necessary equipment: ceramic hob, fridge, microwave, oven, kitchenware, etc. and a living room with flat screen TV, coffee maker, books and board games.

Central location

Shared full kitchen

Privileged environment

Characteristics of the Hostel

The rooms have single beds or bunk beds. They are equipped with air conditioning (only in summer), heating, sockets and drawers to facilitate a pleasant stay to the traveler.

The rooms with bathroom have a toilet, shower and wc.
The rooms without bathroom have a sink inside.

The common bathrooms for men and women have separate toilet, sink and shower for your convenience.

Vivian’s Guest House, beds or places at an excellent value for money in the only hostel in the center of Jerez de la Frontera.

Live the experience!


In the early 1940s, what is now known as Vivian’s Guest House, was just a one-story house called Las Palomas, which was run as a family business for decades.

Gradually the owners built the upper floors and Las Palomas was consolidated as a guesthouse in Jerez de la Frontera.

In 2003, the property was sold to a German citizen who saw and felt Jerez de la Frontera as an ideal place to live and enjoy during the last stage of his life.

Unfortunately, that man in love with Jerez and who dreamed of turning Las Palomas into a hostel was swindled by those he trusted for the remodeling of the building whose work had begun.

His precarious economic situation and the repeated administrative sanctions for keeping the work unfinished evaporated his illusion finally leaving Las Palomas for sale, despite having hired the services of a famed architect who tried in 2012 to negotiate a reasonable way out with the urban planning technicians.

At the end of 2017, a young entrepreneur, Vivian Budinich decided to create a hostel based on her travel experience in more than forty countries around the world.

After two years of paperwork and rehabilitating the building to meet the needs of its customers, Vivian’s Guest House opened, a pioneering and different way to live a unique experience in Jerez de la Frontera.

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