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.
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-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.
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.
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.
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.
Choose the type of hotel you want from a list we have compiled of over 60 different types of hotel in Andalucia. From sports to relax, large chains to fammily boutique, from city to village and rural. Chech for hotels with those facilities that interest you.
Coastal hotels in coastal zones:
A range of hotels that allow your pet to stay with you. These establishments have an animal friendly policy, which means that in all of them pets are allowed to stay and may even be catered to in… More →
A selection of hotels at lower than average prices, ideal for those who are conscious of saving money whilst also wanting to find a great location to stay for their holiday, work trip or otherwise… More →
Romantic hotels offer environments which are tailored to couples, giving them the chance to be as private as possible as they spend time together in a beautiful location. These hotels tend to… More →
A selection of hotels which are especially well-equipped for, and welcoming to, families. In general this means that various age groups and their needs are catered for, from babies, toddlers and… More →
Hotels in historic buildings in Andalucia are modern or traditional hotels housed in restored historic buildings. In the centre of Andalucian towns and villages, you will find beautiful 18th-… More →
In Andalucia, the hotel star-rating system is overseen by the Consejeria de Turismo y Deporte of the Junta de Andalucia (regional government's Ministry of Tourism and Sport) and has remained… More →
The list on this pages includes all 16 five-star GL hotels in Andalucia and 42 five-star hotels.
Gran Lujo means Grand Luxury and represents a level of service and facilities in excess of the five-star rating. Some hotels around the world use the term "six-star" to denote an establishment… More →
The ´Villas Turisticas´ hotels were built over thirty years ago and have gone through various changes in management ever since, from government ownership to private and mixed management. They are… More →
Andalucia is an excellent destination for a golfing break or holiday, with over 100 golf courses in Andalucia. The Hotels are of a very high standard, with all the facilities you'd expect,… More →
Although some hotels and resorts by their nature require many resources to operate, this selection of eco hotels means that these hotels acknowledge the strain they place on the environment and as… More →
One of the most pleasant ways to enjoy the most authentic side of life in Andalucia is to stay at a Bed and Breakfast. Throughout southern Spain you can find charming, small hotels that operate as… More →
Today many four and five-star hotels in Andalucia, especially on the coast, have spas for guests to use, offering hydrotherapy circuit and beauty treatments and therapies for ultimate pampering… More →
Naturist hotels or resorts are establishments which allow guests to practice naturism, meaning clothing is optional and guests are free to move around the hotel and its facilities nude.
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… More →
Many of the inhabitants of Guadix live underground, in cave houses. In the winter they are covered with snow and keep their warmth, providing delightful places to stay, often with their own… More →