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City Hotels

Looking for a hotel in an Andalucia city © Michelle Chaplow
Looking for a hotel in an Andalucia city

City hotels in Andalucia

Andalucia has some of Europe's most exciting, beautiful and sunniest cities. Cosmopolitan but also historic and traditional, with great shopping, vibrant cultural scenes and some charming, characterful hotels, they're perfect for a city break. From Picasso's Malaga, to romantic Seville, the Alhambra of Granada and Moorish Cordoba, with traditional air-cured ham, superb seafood tapas and local wines, you're in for a cultural and gastronomic delight. There's centrally-located accommodation to suit all purses, from intimate guesthouses to stylish all-mod-cons hotels and royal palaces. One thing all these cities have in common: the Andalucians know how to have fun. So treat yourself to a short break in vibrant, sunny Andalucia. 

If you are looking for apartment holiday rentals please visit our City Rentals page.  For city Paradors check our city Parador hotels page.

Hotels in Seville come in all shapes and sizes. There are plenty of rooms all over the centre. High season is March and April. During Semana Santa and the April Feria you should book even for… More →

The choice of hotels in Malaga city is vast and varied. Over recent years and especially since the inauguration of the Picasso Museum in 2003, this vibrant Andalusian city has undergone much… More →

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… More →

Granada city is full of sights to see; famous for its vast array of cultural monuments, it is a very popular holiday destination. As with any city there are scores of hotels to choose from in… More →

Cordoba is one of Andalucia’s most atmospheric cities, with its low-rise white-washed buildings, famous flower-filled patios and multicultural heritage – a melting pot of Islam, Judaism and… More →

Almeria is one of the least-known provincial capitals in Andalucia. But lately this ancient port city has been experiencing a renaissance, thanks to an urban regeneration programme which started… More →

The least-known of Andalucia's provincial capitals, Jaen is a historic city which is famous for its superb olive oil, grown in the rolling fields which surround this ciudad dating back to Moorish… More →