Huelva City - Hotels

The Muelle is one of the most popular spots to visit in Huelva © Michelle Chaplow .
The Muelle is one of the most popular spots to visit in Huelva.

Huelva Hotels

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Huelva is a port city which holds an important place in the history of Andalucia, as the area from where Columbus sailed to American in 1492. In the 19th and early 20th century, it was an important mining centre, and some colonial buildings and quays from that era remain, including the Muelle de Riotinto. Nearby are superb beaches, as well as Doñana National Park, home to hundreds of bird species and the endangered Iberian lynx.

As a less visited tourist destination, Huelva city has smaller choice of places to stay, although you’re sure to find the right hotel for you in our listing, from luxury four-star hotels to smaller establishments. Many are located in the centre of the city, well place to see all the main monuments and attractions.

Below are a few hotels in and around the city centre that we suggest.

For information on Apartment Rentals in Huelva City, visit our Huelva Rentals page.

Hotel Eurostars Tartessos

Hotel Eurostars Tartessos

This four-star hotel has 100 guest rooms offering mini-bar and satellite TV plus some rooms have balconies.

 

 

AC Hotel Huelva Marriott AC Hotel Huelva Marriott

The 65 guest rooms of the AC Hotel Huelva by Marriott have safes, minibars and black marble bathrooms with glass sinks.

 

 

Hotel NH Luz Huelva Hotel NH Luz Huelva

This city centre four-star hotel, with a distinctive 1960s façade, offers 107 bright modern guest rooms with wooden floors, minibar, choice of pillows, WIFI and more.

 

 

Hotel Monte Conquero Hotel Monte Conquero

The three-star hotel was rebuilt in 2012 and has 162 spacious, well-equipped rooms with wood floors and furniture, offering free WIFI throughout the hotel.

 

 

Hotel Sercotel Familiar Conde Hotel Sercotel Familiar Conde

This hotel offers 54 simple but stylish rooms with minibar and TV with satellite channels; those on the upper floors at the front (some of which have balconies) have good city views.