Best known for its costas, Spain’s unrivalled history and culture make its cities a great place to visit for a weekend break or longer. Choose one of these luxury hotels in Spain and enjoy the historic sights, culture, friendly inhabitants and relaxed late-night dining in one of these fabulous world class cities.

This beautiful city on the Mediterranean coast has emerged as one of the most popular hotspots to visit. With its wealth of historic architecture, shops, churches and museums it may sound like any other city in Europe, but it is quite unique. La Rambla is a favourite gathering place for tourists to stroll amongst flower sellers, street performers and artists and it has some great nightlife. When you have had your fill of culture, head for the beach and promenade nearby.

Luxury hotels in Barcelona
If you don’t mind staying a little way out of the city, the Hotel Arts Barcelona is definitely one of the most stylish luxury hotels in Barcelona. The floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the harbour and marina village. The artwork can be enjoyed throughout the hotel and in the gardens.

Spain’s capital and largest city, Madrid is known for its artistic heritage and culture. Enjoy the El Prado Museum, the Golden Museum Triangle and the Palacio Real by day and experience some of the liveliest nightlife in the world after dark.

Luxury Hotels in Madrid
The Westin Palace is considered the best of the  Located on the Plaza de las Cortes near the Avenue of Art, staying here is a five star deluxe experience. Listed on the Condé Nast Traveler Gold List for several years, it has several superb restaurants including the Rotunda Restaurant beneath a beautiful glass dome.

Seville, the capital of southern Spain has been an important sea port since Roman times. Visit the impressive Cathedral of Seville, one of the largest and most ornate in the world. Located on the site of a 12th century mosque, only the minaret “La Giralda” remains as a beautiful bell tower. The Real Alcazar is a beautiful palace to visit, also in Moorish style with beautiful gardens. The best time to visit is Semana Santa, or Easter, a huge festival here.


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