Casa Henrietta is an original townhouse (well known as the 'House of Dr. Juan Marina', who was back then the local doctor) located in the white village of Jimena de la Frontera. It has been refurbished to an exclusive Boutique Hotel, with 3 floors, offering 13 charming en suite bedrooms.
From its splendid solarium, situated on the roof of the hotel, where you can enjoy the fantastic views over the Roman-Arabic Castle, to its terraced Bar-Restaurant, Casa Henrietta is a special place. We look forward to welcoming you.
We have private and secure parking available for motorbikes and bicycles.
The manager of Casa Henrietta, Melissa González-Morgan, studied Fine Art in Granada, and the name of the hotel "Henrietta" is taken from when she lived in Dublin and had the use of a beautiful painting studio located on Henrietta Street. Coincidently Henrietta street has 13 beautiful Victorian houses and the hotel has 13 bedrooms.
Following the artistic thread, Casa Henrietta is always open to exhibitions, music, theatre and any cultural activity.
We have 13 unique en suite bedrooms located across the hotel's 3 floors.
Prices start at €50 per night.
Our Bar & Restaurant is open to the general public from 5pm for afternoon tea with toasties, cake, tea and organic coffee.
Kitchen opens from 7:30pm to 11:30 pm (closed Sundays).
This quaint shop selling art, crafts, hand-made clothes and accessories, and other curious trinkets from Jimena and across the world, is located in the hotel's lobby.
With view out towards the Serranía of Ronda, our terrace is accessed from the Bar & Restaurant area below the lobby.
A fantastic place for meeting friends, reading, or al fresco dining. Or to just quietly pass the time enjoying the tranquility of Jimena.
Our solarium, located on the top floor, has spectacular views from the Castle to the west, the Serranía of Ronda to the east and south to the coast, the rock of Gibraltar and Africa.
A grand place for a quiet time enjoying the sun and the views throughout the day, or sipping a drink in the evenings with views of the Castle lit up at night.