Hotels in Andalucia

Hotels in Andalucia five star to family-run boutique hotels © Michelle Chaplow
Hotels in Andalucia from luxurious five star to family-run boutique hotels, you will be spoilt for choice in Andalucia.

Hotels in Andalucia

As one of the world’s top holiday destinations, Andalucia has a superb selection of hotels – as you would expect. Whether you want an avant-garde designer city spot, a quintessentially traditional place with tiled arcaded patio, a rural country-house bolthole, or a beachfront resort, you’ll find it here.

 

Coastal Hotels

One of the main reasons visitors come to Spain is for its fabulous beaches and year-round sunshine. From luxury resorts in the most exclusive beachfront locations, populated by celebs, to tiny boutique hotels or welcoming family hostels, every beach babe will find something to suit along the coastline. Bustling resorts, or small seaside towns, couple, single or family, young or young-at-heart, everyone’s heart is warmed by a stay at an Andalucian beach hotel.

 
City Hotels

City-centre hotels are often in the very heart of the historic district, so you can experience the most beautiful streets after the crowds. Alternatively if you want easier access, or prefer a location close to the train station or airport, will always find a hotel just outside the centre, or close to your business venue or special event.

 
Rural Hotels

Down a winding track bordered by olive, almond, orange or oak trees, that out-of-the-way hacienda is waiting for you. Relax by the pool, take a stroll around the grounds, go horse-riding – and soak up those stunning views.

 
Paradors

These state-run hotels are often in converted historic buildings, such as castles, palaces or convents. Sympathetically converted, they offer atmospheric accommodation with many original features. Some are located in uniquely privileged places offering an unforgettable experience, such as inside the Alhambra palace, or in a hilltop castle.

 
Famous Hotels

Andalucia has a number of landmark hotels, famous for their unusual architecture and unique character. They may have played a special role in the local history of their location, such as the Alfonso XIII hotel in Seville, which was built for the Expo 1929, or the Parador de Granada, housed in a former San Francisco monastery inside the palace complex.

 
Themed Hotels

With over 100 golf courses in Andalucia, many of which are located next to superb hotels, golfers are spoiled for choice in terms of where to stay in the region. Many are luxury establishments, offering a good selection of leisure options, if not everyone wants to be on the greens all day.

 
 

Coastal Hotels

There is no shortage of accommodation options in Conil de la Frontera, given that it is one of the more popular holiday destinations on the Costa de la Luz, ranging from self-catering villas and… More →

What was once a small fishing village is now the most important touristic hub of the Cabo de Gata-Níjar National Park. San José is home to some of the most breathtaking scenery in Almería province… More →

Roquetas de Mar is known not only for it's fishing village traditions, but also for its fame as a resort town. Within the municipality of Roquetas el Mar is the famous "Aguadulce" (Fresh Water)… More →

Still harbouring largely undiscovered coastline, the Costa Almeria offers a staggering 320 days of sun a year and some superb beaches and hotels to enjoy it. Lively resorts in the eastern part… More →

The Costa del Sol and its resort destinations are home to variety of hotels, here you will find everything from the five star classic accommodation complete with swimming pools, mature gardens… More →

Hotels in the seaside resort of Benaldamena on the Costa del Sol make the most of their superb locations, with many rooms offering fantastic sea views. Hotels as equipped for holidays with outdoor… More →

Many visitors choose to stay in nearby Marbella as there is a large selection of accommodation and it is better known. However, Puerto Banus has a great selection of places to stay and if it is… More →

Nerja is situated at the eastern tip of the Costa Del Sol, 50km away from Málaga. It is a picturesque fishing town which has done very well in avoiding the construction of concrete high-rise… More →

As one of Spain's most exclusive holiday destinations, beloved of the titled, rich and famous, Marbella has a number of luxurious hotels. Many of these are right on the beach, but some are just… 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 →

The city of Cadiz is an amazing place to explore on foot. Situated at the end of a peninsula, Cadiz is surprisingly compact and easy to navigate, even for the most timid of visitors. Its cathedral… More →

If you're looking for no-frills, central accommodation there a number of hostals in Calle del Peligro which is just a short stroll from the Bajondillo beach. Some even have a sea view. In one of… More →

Fuengirola is one of the Costa del Sol's most popular resorts, being just 25km from Malaga, located between Marbella and Benalmadena. This seaside town has an excellent selection of hotels for all… More →

Estepona has a growing selection of hotels. The most expensive and luxurious hotels in Estepona are the Kempinski and Villa Padierna, both a few kilometres to the east of the town. The H10 and… More →

There are a number options for types of hotels in Tarifa, to suit all budgets and tastes. For those in search of a hotel, there's everything from affordable, friendly hostels to hip boutique… More →

If you want unspoilt, wild beaches, the Costa de la Luz is for you. From the trendy wind and kite-surfing spot Tarifa, this Cadiz coast stretches to the Guadalquivir river estuary is a haven of… More →

Positioned in the mountains of Almeria, the town of Mojacar gives stunning views overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. It is located within an hour's drive from the provincial capital of Almeria City… More →

If your idea of the perfect beach is quiet and undiscovered, then why not choose a hotel on the less-known Costa Tropical? Stretching along the coast of Granada province, backed by the Alpujarra… More →

Mijas is one of the many towns on Spain's famous Costa del Sol - but unlike other places along this area of coast, it is actually made up of two areas: Mijas Costa, with 12km of beaches from wide… More →

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