Reviews of the prestigious hotels of Seville. 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 inexpensive hostals, preferably a year in advance.
Reviews of the prestigious hotels of Almeria. 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 in 2007 and is scheduled to finish in 2013.
Reviews of the prestigious hotels of Cadiz. 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, its ancient walls, its old fortifications, and its narrow streets all work to invite the visitor into the city's heart and engulf them in the soul of the place.
Reviews of the prestigious hotels of Malaga. 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 renovation and restoration.
Reviews of the prestigious hotels of Granada. 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 Granada. Whether you are here for a short city break or a summer holiday Granada has a hotel for you, with a wide variety of prices, styles and features.
Reviews of eight of the prestigious hotels of Córdoba. The city has its fair share of historic hotels, as well as some excellent modern ones, and in all sizes, so there’s something to suit everyone tastes and needs, all within easy reach of the star attraction – the mosque-within-a-church.
Reviews of ten of the prestigious hotels of Marbella. Many of these are right on the beach, but some are just inland, offering more privacy and spacious surroundings. The most exclusive and sought-after stretch is the so-called "Golden Mile", between Puerto Banus and Marbella.
Lovers of rural tourism will find a variety of accommodation opportunities including hotels, rentals and camping. Hiking is a popular activity as the natural park provides some lovely signed routes to take, such as the Solana del Maimón, that goes from Vélez-Rubio to Vélez Blanco.
Velez-Malaga is market town situated 20km east of Malaga city and 5km inland from Torre del Mar. There are a number of hotels and B&Bs in Velez-Malaga with accommodation to suit couples and families. many are pet friendly.
With its' Moorish influences still prominent across the city, highly reasonable cost of living, an abundance of great tapas bars and seemingly no end to fun and excitement, Granada really is the ultimate destination for travelers and tourists looking to have a great experience that won't cost them the earth.
Antequera is a very popular tourist destination and, as a result, has a number of high quality hotels dotted in and around the town. Being located just half an hour from Málaga, it is a great place to choose to stay and visit other nearby cities and towns, such as Granada. It has a very ´Spanish´ feel to it and is perfect for those who want to immerse themselves in Andalucian culture.
Being one of the most popular towns in Granada province due to its fascinating history and cultural gems, it is no surprise that Guadix has a large selection of hotels and accommodation options. The hotels in Guadix are traditional and stylish, with everything from luxury accommodation to traditional Spanish guesthouses.
What was once a small fishing village, known simply as Sancti Petri, has now developed into one of the most popular holiday destinations on the Costa de la Luz. It is important to distinguish between the town of Sancti Petri, and the newer urbanisation of Novo Sancti Petri, just to the south. Both have an abundance of hotels and other accommodation options, including self-catering apartments and villas.
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 apartments to hotels and hostels. The vast majority of hotels in Conil have direct access to the beach and views to the sea. There is everything from small, budget hotels to big, resort-style beach hotels, and everything in between.
In Zahara de los Atunes, there is an abundance of accommodation options, ranging from self-catering villas and apartments to hotels and hostels. The vast majority of hotels in Zahara have direct access to the beach and views to the sea. There is everything from budget hostels to big, resort style hotels and smaller, boutique hotels, suiting everyone´s needs.
Carboneras is a very popular tourist destination and keeps growing in popularity due to its close proximity to both the beach and the Cabo de Gata-Níjar Nature Reserve. Its beaches are very well-known, especially as one of them was the setting for the film Lawrence of Arabia.
Torre del Mar is a resort town located on the Costa del Sol, between Málaga and Nerja. It has no shortage when it comes to hotels and accommodation. The town has a wide selection of places to stay ranging from larger, resort-style hotels offering all inclusive packages, to smaller, cheap hotels and hostals with more of a ´homely´ feel to them.
San Pedro lies in a great position, just a short drive away from the well-known Marbella and the luxurious Puerto Banús, surrounded by the luxury golf courses of Malaga. It has a fantastic beach with an inviting promenade, accompanied by some quality restaurants giving great sea views.