Hotels in Spain
A restaurant and hotel run by Lola Puig and her husband, Ferran Frigola. Four airy, affordable apartments and includes a breakfast of country bread with tomato.
Like a slice of Dubai plunked amid the formerly modest fishing enclave of Barceloneta, this gleaming 26-story W (which opened in October 2009) resembles a giant glass sail at the end of the Port Vell pier.
With its preening summer crowds and throbbing nightlife, Majorca is a place to be seen. But if you’re looking to go off the radar, there’s Cap Rocat, set in a 19th-century former military fortress along the southern edge of the Bay of Palma.
Wrought iron, stonework, and a location just across from the Teatro Real opera house give this luxury guesthouse an elegant air befitting the building’s 18th century architecture.
This hotel, once a 13th-century hospital, is next to Santiago's cathedral.