Destinations in Spain

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Spain

— Barcelona, Spain

(Rated 9.6, 1 reviews)
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The stylish Hotel Casa Camper boutique hotel is located in central Barcelona, between Las Ramblas and MACBA art gallery. Each room has a separate loun ...

— Seville, Spain

(Rated 9.5, 633 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Seville – and a guest favourite. Set in Seville’s historic centre, Hotel Casa Del Poeta is 800 feet from Seville Cathedral ...

— Cordoba, Spain

(Rated 9.5, 430 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Córdoba.Balcón de Córdoba is just 50 feet from Córdoba’s La Mezquita Mosque. It offers air-conditioned rooms with free W ...

— Barcelona, Spain

(Rated 9.5, 3 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Barcelona – and a guest favourite. Situated on Plaza Catalunya in the centre of Barcelona, the Hotel Olivia Plaza offers fre ...

— Barcelona, Spain

(Rated 9.5, 933 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Barcelona – and a guest favourite. Almanac Barcelona has an exclusive location, a few steps from the fashionable Paseo de Gr ...

— Barcelona, Spain

(Rated 9.5, 481 reviews)
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One of our bestsellers in Barcelona! Enjoying from an ideal location right opposite the sea in Barcelona's Gothic Quarter, Hotel The Serras is a 5-sta ...

— Cordoba, Spain

(Rated 9.4, 812 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Córdoba.Set in Cordoba Historic Centre, Hotel Madinat features an exclusive hamman and 2 terraces with panoramic views of the ...

Spain - A Festival Of Fun

Prepare for some of the most unique, enjoyable and memorable experiences you’re likely to ever have. Whether it’s attending one of the biggest parties in the world at Privilege nightclub in Ibiza - which can squeeze in a massive 10,000 party goers, or the controversial Sagrada Família in Barcelona, the most talked about church in history. The first thing you should know about Spain is that they are football mad. While here you have to check out a football game, but not just any game. If you get the chance, head along to “El Clásico,” which is when FC Barcelona play their biggest rivals Real Madrid. This rivalry runs deeper than football and you can almost feel the excitement and tension in the air. For a true taste of Spanish culture, you have to experience the famous Spanish art form of “Flamenco.” Spend some time in Granada and Seville and you’re bound to come across an outburst of flamenco in a local bar or public square. Finally, if you want to be part of one of Spain’s legendary festivals, this is the one for you. La Tomatina is the controversial festival where thousands of kilos of tomatoes are thrown on the streets every year. If you’re not afraid of crowds or allergic to tomatoes, go for it!

Travel Spain

See The Alhambra Palace

Alhambra is a 14th century palace which overlooks the city of Granada in southern Spain. Built by Nasrid sultans, this majestic palace is one of Spain's major tourist attractions and is well known for its stunning gardens and architecture.

Join The Party In Ibiza

Visit one of the most popular party destinations in all of Europe: Ibiza. Found in the Mediterranean sea, visitors flock to this lavish destination (especially during summer) to enjoy beach bars, night clubs, restaurants and more.

Bathe On The Windless La Concha Beach

La Concha beach is unique in the fact that it's protected from strong winds. This is thanks to the steep cliffs and islands which surround it. Visitors of this beach can surf, dine at a number of world class restaurants, and enjoy the stunning views of this intriguing beach.

Tips And Travel Information For Spain

Money The currency in Spain is the Spanish euro (€). American Express, Mastercard and Visa credit cards are the most readily accepted in Spain. Travelers checks are also commonly used, which you can purchase from your bank before your trip. Getting Around Public transport in Spain is among the best in Europe. The different modes of transport range from metros to rail networks which connect all of the major Spanish cities. Best Time To Visit Peak Season (Jun–Aug) Moderate (Mar - May, Sep & Oct) Quiet Season (Nov–Feb) High season in Spain is between the months of June and August. During this time accommodation is scarce and prices increase by up to 50%. Low season is between November and February, when it’s cold in central Spain and rainy in the north and northwest.

Find Boutique Hotels In Spain

For a stay just as vibrant as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in Spain.