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.
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.
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.
This grand, Empire-style Belle Époque hotel is filled with antiques and bordered by gardens. Located in the heart of the city, the property is not far from the Centro Kursaal. Experience all the glamour and elegance of a bygone era, in one of Europe’s most elegant seaside resorts.
This hotel, once a 13th-century hospital, is next to Santiago's cathedral.
Built at the behest of the king in 1912, the luxurious Palace was the place to stay for decades afterward.
Modern glass-and-brick hotel on Madrid's storied Paseo de la Castellana, with a prime location for business (the hotel is a stone's throw from the financial district) and excellent service.