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Private balcony with stunning views Marbella Club Hotel
Private balcony with stunning views at the Marbella Club Hotel

Famous hotels in Andalucia

As a region with a history of unparalleled variety and drama, from the Romans to the Moors, to the Golden Age of discovery, you’d expect Andalucia to offer its visitors hotels which encapsulate and personify this cultural richness.

And you wouldn’t be disappointed. From castles to palaces, Roman to Moorish to modern Mudejar, the region offers some of Spain’s most alluring and spectacular places to stay, on beaches and mountain tops, in the heart of cities and in secluded countryside.



Finca Cortesin, the Alfonso XIII, Marbella Club, La Bobadilla, the Parador de Granada – all legendary five-star hotels with something no other place can offer, be it a golf course which hosts international championships, original ceramic tiles and furnishings fit for a king, a palace built for a Nasrid ruler, an astonishingly authentic Andalucian village, or the chicest beach club on the Costa del Sol.

Everyone who is anyone comes to stay here in Andalucia’s landmark hotels, from Pierce Brosnan, Brad Pitt and Shakira, to Eva Longoria and the US’s First Lady, Michelle Obama.

So when you come to Andalucia, whether to get married or have a party; for your honeymoon; on a short break for a birthday, or another special celebration; or just as part of a European tour of a lifetime, these are the places which will provide you with memories to keep for ever.

Alfonso XIII

A Mudejar palace built for a king, whose name it takes. Located near the Parque Maria Luisa, it has an important place is Seville's history. More >

La Bobadilla

This five-star hotel, near Loja in Granada province, is world-famous; it has been described as a cross between a parador and a pueblo blanco. More >

Finca Cortesin

A five-star hotel, spa and golf resort, Finca Cortesin on the Costa del Sol is considered by many to be one of the finest hotels in Spain. More >

Marbella Club

An institution in Andalucia's most glamorous beach resort with a fascinating history and a cachet other establishments would kill for. More >

Patio de los Patos

A 19th-century palace with a perfect blend of historic features and contemporary décor, plus an avant-garde wing of metal and glass. More >

Parador de Jaen

Also known as the Parador de Santa Catalina, this hotel is set in a restored castle overlooking the city of Jaen and mountains beyond. More >

Parador de Granada

The Granada Parador, also known as the Parador de San Francisco, has an enviable setting: it is located inside the world-famous Alhambra. More >

Villa Padierna

A grand Italian palace with an elegant and exclusive air which attracts many celebrities, including Michelle Obama in 2005. More >

Hotel Puente Romano

Named after a Roman bridge at the centre of its lush grounds, the Puente Romano boasts nine bars and restaurants. More >

Hotel Vincci Selección Rumaykiyya

One of the highest hotels in Europe, this spectacular luxury Alpine lodge is a favourite with the King of Spain and skiers from around the world. More >

Palacio del Bailio

Luxury boutique hotel in a converted 16th-century palace, located within the UNESCO World Heritage-recognised heart of Moorish Cordoba, close to the Mezquita. More >

Meliá Sancti Petri

This sleek, beachfront modern hotel with Andalusian features has a spa, and is located near three golf courses.
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Gran Hotel Miramar

The hotel is 1 minute walk from the beach. Offering a seasonal outdoor pool and sun terrace and is set in Málaga in the Andalucía Region. More >

Palacio de Ubeda

Luxurious historic hotel in a 16th-century palace with contemporary styling, spa and rooftop pool.
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Hotel Pez Espada

Iconic Pez Espada Hotel from 1959 located on the seafront in Montemar, Torremolinos. More >