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What was once the Convent Las Oblatas has been refurbished and expanded to create a stylish, modern hotel—just a ten minutes walk from the Cathedral and all the attractions of the fascinating old town. The expansive, glass-fronted lobby in cool, earth tones sets the scene of casual elegan... more

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    Hotel Aigua Blava, Aiguablava, Spain - Pool

    The Hotel Aigua Blava (located on Spain’s most dramatic stretch of coast, the beautiful Costa Brava) has a prime position on a promontory overlooking an incredibly blue inlet dotted with boats and rocky beaches. The Capella family converted their home into a small hotel in 1940 after it was r... more

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      The Hotel Albucasis is just a short walk to the colorful mosque and all the other sightseeing in the heart of this historic city. Although centrally located in the bustling Barrio de la Judería with its maze of narrow, twisting streets, whitewashed houses, and wrought-iron balconies, the hotel... more

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          The Parador de Granada is the most popular parador in Spain—obtaining a room is well nigh impossible in the high season unless reservations are made months in advance. An excellent alternative is the Hotel Alhambra Palace, a deluxe, well-located hotel with splendid views. From here you ca... more

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            Hotel America, Granada, Spain - Facade

            Although officially holding just a one-star rating, the Hotel America is, in our estimation, far superior in many ways to some so-called “superior” class hotels. Its most outstanding feature is its location. You cannot be any closer to the portion of the Alhambra reserved for paying sightse... more

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                  This deluxe resort is an experience unto itself, spectacularly situated on over 1,000 acres of scenic countryside. No detail has been overlooked to offer every convenience in a distinctive atmosphere combining characteristic Andalusian style with contemporary elegance. Graceful Moorish arches, ... more

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                      The Hotel Arosa, situated in a large building in the heart of Madrid, provides excellent accommodation at a price that is very good value for money. The only part of the hotel at street level is the small lobby (serviced by a doorman)—the actual hotel is on the upper levels, with two elev... more

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                          The quaint town of Molló is situated in the beautiful Camprodon Valley in the high Pyrenees. Driving into town, you are drawn to the charming Tyrolean-style Hotel Calitxó, with colorful potted plants hanging from every window and terrace and surrounded by lush lawns, hedges, and t... more

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                            Tucked high in a mountain valley, Meranges is one of the few remaining unspoiled Catalan villages in the Pyrenees. Clinging to the hillside is just a cluster of charming old gray stone buildings weighted down with heavy slate roofs. Laura’s mother spent her childhood summers here in this ... more

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                                    Hotel Casa 1800 rooftop terrace
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                                      Ideally located at the heart of the enchanting, medieval village of Santillana del Mar is a five-star hotel whose accommodation surpasses any other property in town. The entry off the cobbled street is discreet. We first took notice of the building for its handsome arched wooden door and band o... more

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                                      As implied by the name, this magnificent old edifice was once the palatial home of the Fuster family. Constructed in the early 20th century and now listed as Landmark Building by the city, it has been completely renovated and restored as an impeccable, modern hotel, carefully retaining most of ... more

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                                        The Casa Imperial was built in 1560 as the home of the steward of the adjacent Casa Pilatos, a stunning palace built for the Marqués of Tarifa—to which it is joined by an underground passage, and also served as a guesthouse for visiting dignitaries. The mansion was purchased in the 1990s and... more

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                                                Las Casas de la Juder

                                                Found on one of Seville’s narrowest streets, Las Casas de la Judería occupies the quietest of locations at the heart of Santa Cruz, the city’s Jewish Quarter. The hotel comprises several mellow ochre-colored townhouses and a palace that in the 16th century was the home of the Duke of Béja... more

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                                                  Located between the squares of San Francisco and El Salvador at the heart of what has always been considered the mercantile center of Seville, the area where German bankers, Flemish and French merchants, and Genoese dealers traded, you find Las Casas de los Mercaderes. This hotel, owned by the ... more

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                                                    Las Casas del Rey de Baeza sits on a tiny square amidst the charming, narrow, cobbled streets at the heart of historic Seville. Behind its smart street-front façade the hotel opens to three inner courtyards where stark white walls contrast crisply with blue balconies hung with cascading ... more

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                                                      Gregorio Sánchez and his family moved from Madrid to Asturias where they totally renovated his family home and turned it into a small hotel—an awesome task that took two years to accomplish. The result is an absolute gem. From Panes, you wind up a narrow road, past cows grazing in the fields... more

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                                                        Set high atop a hill dominating the Segre Valley on a fortified site dating back to the Bronze Age with spectacular views of the surrounding Pyrenees, the Castell was abandoned for years before being purchased by the Tapies family; who have restored and transformed it into not just a luxury hot... more

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                                                          Located in the very heart of Madrid, conveniently close to its famous theaters and a few minutes’ walk from the attractions of both the Puerta del Sol and the Plaza Mayor, the Hotel Catalonia Puerta del Sol (previously called the Hotel Catalonia Moratin) successfully combines modern décor ... more

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                                                            El Churrasco Inn, Andalucia, Spain
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                                                              It’s hard to do justice to the many attributes of Hotel Claris in the space available. The expansive, marble-floored lobby, its copper-fronted reception desk of white poplar burl, and the interior waterfall and reflecting pool are merely harbingers of what is to come. Constructed around a... more

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                                                                The Colón is a stately hotel with elegant touches, built in 1951, right in the middle of the enchanting Gothic Quarter (Barrio Gótico) of Barcelona, facing onto a promenade. The lobby is entered by a broad, brown marble stairway. The public rooms are decorated in neutral tones and... more

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                                                                  Situated in the heart of the Quadrat d’Or, an area famed for Catalonia’s exuberant brand of Art Nouveau, and a few minutes walk from the shops and restaurants of La Rambla, the Hotel Condes consists of two buildings on a corner facing Gaudi’s La Pedrera. Formerly two palaces b... more

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                                                                    Situated on cliffs high above a bend in the River Guadalete, Arcos de la Frontera commands a spectacular location. It’s one of the most famous of the Pueblos Blancos (white towns) with its cobbled streets leading up to the old town square and its 15th-century church. Just a two minute walk fr... more

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                                                                          Restaurants, boutiques, and souvenir shops line the maze of narrow streets that spider-web back from Tossa de Mar’s beach, but once you get to the water you enjoy a crescent of white sand beach curving to the base of the castle that once guarded the town. Most tourists opt for one of the ... more

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                                                                              Finca Santa Marta, Trujillo, Spain - Pool

                                                                              Henri Elink Schuurman and his Spanish wife, Marta, are owners of a beautiful 19th-century farm (finca) with two granite houses, an olive press, a winery, and a house chapel 14 kilometers outside Trujillo (on the road between the lovely town of Trujillo and Guadalupe). With patience and love the... more

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                                                                                  The Hostal del Cardenal, a former archbishop’s summer home, is an absolute jewel. As an added bonus, it has a great location—on the northern edge of Toledo, with an entrance between the Puerta de Bisagra (the city’s main gate) and the escalator that takes you up the hillside i... more

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                                                                                      Words cannot prepare you for the magical setting of the Hotel Hacienda Na Xamena. As you approach, the road gradually climbs through a gentle forest of pines to a sparkling white building. When you check in, the Hacienda seems lovely, but not so different from other luxury hotels: it is only wh... more

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                                                                                        Shadowed by the famous monastery’s towers, this inn was a Hieronymite hospital and pharmacy in the 16th century, but since the days of Ferdinand and Isabella has sheltered those who came to worship. Until 1960 visitors exchanged a daily donation of a mere 50 pesetas for accommodation. Sti... more

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                                                                                          Ibiza Rocks House at Pikes Hotel (pronounced Peekays) has its own special personality. Not your “run-of-the-mill” hotel at all, this intimate inn is a favorite hideaway of the world’s rich and famous and it is not at all surprising that they flock here. The Ibiza Rocks House at Pikes Hote... more

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                                                                                            The walled city of Segovia, with its remarkable Roman aqueduct, outstanding castle, and narrow streets with interesting shops, is often visited as a day excursion from Madrid. If you have the luxury of time, you should enjoy Segovia more fully with an extended visit. For a wonderful place to st... more

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                                                                                                  The Hotel Llafranch has been welcoming visitors to the quaint, former fishing village of Llafranc since 1956. The three-star hotel, its exterior freshly painted white, fronts onto the main tree-lined promenade, offering enchanting views of the beach and nearby harbor. The terraced bar and resta... more

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