Hotels in Spain
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A Guide To Hotels In Spain
Spain encompasses the mainland with popular destinations like Barcelona, Malaga and Madrid, as well as the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean and the Canary Islands in the Atlantic. Booking a hotel in Spain, you'll want to make sure you're in the right area of the country and the right area of town and with so many hotels to choose from, ranging from budget 2-star to luxury 5-star hotels, where do you even start? Here's our guide to hotels in Spain.
Hotels In Barcelona
Barcelona is one of Spain's most popular holiday and city break destinations. Some may prefer to book their flight and hotel together as a package, while others may get the flights sorted and then figure out the hotel bit later on. Either way, Barcelona is a big city, so you'll want to make sure you book a hotel in the right area depending on how you want to enjoy the city.
City centre hotels in areas like Las Ramblas and the Gothic Quarter will come at a premium while accommodation on the outskirts of town may be better suited if you have a lower budget. Either way, Barcelona is very accessible by public transport and one of the best ways to explore the city is by foot.
With so much sunshine in Spain, hotels with rooftop pools are becoming more and more trendy and Barcelona is a popular example of this. Many hotels now offer guests the chance to relax and unwind with amazing views of the city after a hard day exploring the sights.
All Inclusive Hotels In Spain
Of course, if it's a beach holiday to Spain you want, a hotel with all-inclusive facilities is a popular option to consider. Allowing you and your family to enjoy all-day dining, buffet meals in the evening and a selection of drinks, all included in the price of your hotel, going all-inclusive in Spain means all you need to worry about is enjoying yourself.
Some of Spain's busier towns and resorts such as Benidorm, Marbella and Playa de las Americas in Tenerife, offer plenty of all-inclusive hotel options, both budget and luxury. It's also worth checking what else is included in your hotel rate as you may find there are also lots of sports activities and children's clubs for the family to take advantage of.
Hotels By The Beach
Spain is well known for its fantastic beaches. Whether you're staying in popular resorts like Torremolinos or Magaluf or heading to some of Spain's quieter beaches like Portinatx in Majorca or Corralejo Beach in Fuerteventura, sometimes having a hotel by the beach is the number one must have on holiday. Understandable really.
Ibiza, famous for its beach bars and clubs is also an ideal spot to check out. While the popular and spots of Playa d'en Bossa and San Antonio offer a livelier holiday vibe, there are still some great chilled beach bars to be enjoyed around the island like Chiringay on Es Cavallet beach.
Some of the best hotels near the beach include Ibiza's Hard Rock Hotel, TUI Magic Life in Fuerteventura and the Hotel Iberostar Coral Beach in Marbella. If distance to the beach is important at your next hotel, make sure you do your homework and find out how far the hotel is from the beach and what sort of beach it is. Not all beaches in Spain are soft and sandy.
Best Hotels In Spain
When booking a hotel, what matters to you the most? For some it might be access to the beach, while for others it might be the excellent customer service. The best hotels in Spain have to offer something truly special to guests but those well rated by customers will offer impeccable service with a unique sense of style.
One of the best hotels in Spain is the Hotel Abadia Retuerta Le Domaine, a luxury 12th century abbey, wine estate and wellness hotel in the heart of Spain's Valladolid region. Voted the second best hotel in Spain by TripAdvisor customers, guests love the Michelin star restaurants, wine tour and spa, although it won't come cheap.
Hotels In Spain With Waterslides
Getting away in Spain is perfect for escaping the daily routine and getting some much needed vitamin D. With so many hotels vying for your attention, they are starting to step up their facilities. One much loved hotel attraction is a waterslide or access to a waterpark. Now that's a great way to keep active and enjoy the sunshine.
A number of hotels in Spain offer waterslides within their pool complex. PortAventura El Paso hotel in Spain's Costa Dorada is an ideal place to stay for complimentary access to PortAventura waterpark. With access to over 40 rides and attractions, three restaurants, two bars and an entertainment schedule packed with fun things to try, staying at the El Paso hotel is a great alternative to your usual hotel stay.
If you don't fancy the thrills of a water park, how about your own pool? There are lots of hotels with swim up rooms in Spain, mainly on the islands of Majorca and Tenerife, and can be a lovely little upgrade to spoil yourself.
Five Star Hotels In Spain
Spain has a huge variety of accommodation types, from AirBnBs and budget hostels, up to the luxury resorts offering five-star service and facilities, and it's not just mainland Spain in the big cities you'll find them. Five-star resort style hotels can also be found in the islands, like the Park Hyatt in Majorca or the Gran Melia Guia de Isora in Tenerife, where you can be pampered plenty while you're away.
Back in the cities and the popular Serras Hotel on the edge of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter offers a luxury, boutique stay with a rooftop terrace and plunge pool, ideal for relaxing with drinks and some fantastic views.
Alternatively, if it's a true luxury escape in the sunshine, head into Spain's incredible countryside to the Puebloastur Eco- and Wellness Resort in northern Spain's Asturias region. This 5-star hotel offers beautiful views of the surround countryside allowing you to relax, unwind and truly make the most of your stay.