Hotels in Spain

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Hotels in Spain

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Hotel Aigua Blava

Hotel Aigua Blava

Begur

Built in the style of a Catalan village around the Fornells cove on a lovely stretch of the Costa Brava, this much-loved hotel (‘well run, in a beautiful spot’) was thought ‘truly wonderful’ by a regular Guide correspondent.
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Hotel Can Boix

Hotel Can Boix

Peramola

Beautifully set among trees at the foot of the craggy Roca del Corb, the Pallarès family’s smart, modern hotel is not far from the main Andorra to Lleida road.
  • swimming
  • child_friendly
  • walking
  • bird_watching
  • garden
  • fishing
  • parking
  • swimming_pool
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Petit Hotel Ses Rotges

Petit Hotel Ses Rotges

Cala Ratjada

In a village on the north-east tip of Mallorca, this much-admired restaurant-with-rooms is run by the ‘delightful’ French owner/chef, Gérard Tétard, with his wife, Laurence and their son William.
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Ca’s Xorc

Ca’s Xorc

Soller

‘The food and setting were superb,’ says a visitor to this former olive mill located in the Serra de Tramuntara mountains near Sóller and its ‘Port’.
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Ca’n Reus

Ca’n Reus

Fornalutx

In an attractive village, with cobbled streets and tiled rooftops, surrounded by orange and lemon groves, this 300-year-old house has been run since 2003 as a small rural hotel.
  • swimming
  • walking
  • bird_watching
  • garden
  • bandb
  • wifi
  • swimming_pool
  • bb
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Hospes Puerta Alcala

Hospes Puerta Alcala

Madrid

This charming boutique hotel is located on the Plaza de la Independencia, and within walking distance of major sights such as the Prado Museum, Reina Sofia Museum and the Cybeles Fountain.
From £130 per night
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Hotel Bonsol

Hotel Bonsol

Illetas

On a pine-covered hillside overlooking Palma bay, this large holiday hotel, with mock-Moorish tower, is managed by its owners, Lorraine and Martin Xamena and their son Alejandro.
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Hotel Can Mostatxins

Hotel Can Mostatxins

Alcudia

Once a place for pressing olives, this luxurious little hotel is set in the walls of the Old Town.

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Hotels in Spain

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On an attractive square just off La Rambla, next to the Liceu opera house (and Metro station), this former convent of St Augustin has ‘simple, comfortable accommodation -- good v" data-type-editor="" data-type-status="false" > 15
This 'welcoming’ boutique hotel, managed by owners Jed and Amanda Filmer, is built in Andalusian style with a central courtyard and fountain, old oak beams and old monastery do" data-type-editor="" data-type-status="false" > 19
On a ridge in the Lleus valley near the beaches of the Costa Blanca, this 18th-century farmhouse, white-walled and tile-roofed, has been turned into a delightful small rustic hotel/rest" data-type-editor="" data-type-status="false" > 21
In the historic Gothic quarter by the cathedral, this 18th-century palace has been restored, ‘imaginatively and stylishly’, as a small hotel. 

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Located at the top of La Rambla, and five minutes' walk from Plaza Catalunya, is this former hostal turned into small, inexpensive hotel. 

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Stylish hotels, farmhouses, B&Bs

Spain is probably most famous for its incredible beaches and sunshine, and its fiestas – some are world-famous, such as the Running of the Bulls in Pamplona, but every village and town has a number of events held throughout the year.

There’s fascinating architecture that reflects the country’s diversity, too – Moorish palaces and mosques in Andalucía, impressive cathedrals and churches throughout the country, and Gaudí’s unique brand of Modernism in Barcelona.

The country is divided up into distinct regions, each with its own language and traditions, and the landscape is diverse – you’ll fine snow-capped mountains, lush islands and arid plains, and small islands stretching almost to Africa.

Add to this the local people’s friendliness and love for a party, and no wonder Spain is a perennially popular destination.

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