25 Bedrooms - 25 Bathrooms
Hotel Residencia Colon, Antequera,Malaga,Andalucia
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How to Choose a Hotel on Rentalo
There’s a huge selection of hotels in Spain on Rentalo, and sometimes having too much choice can get overwhelming. Your perfect hotel is in there somewhere – here’s how to narrow your search and find it:
1. Establish your budget
The first step to finding a hotel is to determine how much you can spend on it. Your budget will come down to the kind of vacation you want. There is a wealth of all-inclusive hotels in Spain, and while these will be more expensive than others, they typically include all your meals, drinks, and entertainment. If you’re visiting Spain on a city break, then your accommodation budget might be lower to account for food, drinks, sightseeing, entertainment, and more.
2. Select amenities that suit your vacation style
While budget is important, it’s also important to get exactly what you want out of your getaway. For example, if you’re going on a summer vacation then you will probably want a pool or easy beach access. On the other hand, business travelers might need meeting rooms, in-room desks, and other business facilities.
3. Choose the location
The hotel’s location is important to achieving your ideal vacation. Bustling cities like Madrid, Barcelona, and Valencia are excellent for city breaks, while Girona, Cadiz, and Granada are perfect destinations for those seeking culture, history, and medieval architecture.
4. Read the reviews
The reviews and ratings of past guests provide invaluable insight into the hotel’s cleanliness, amenities, service, comfort, and more.
Best places to stay
25 Bedrooms - 25 Bathrooms
From a glitzy high-rise in Madrid to a boutique farmhouse in the Basque Country, there’s something to suit every kind of traveler. Your ideal vacation all starts with choosing the right accommodation – here are the different types of hotels in Spain.
Luxury Hotels in Spain
Find luxury hotels in some of Spain’s most prestigious areas, such as Puerto Banus, Ibiza, San Sebastian, La Rioja, and Madrid. Expect Michelin-starred dining, walls adorned with local art, once-in-a-lifetime experiences, beautiful grounds, exceptional facilities, and exclusive beach clubs.
All-Inclusive Resorts in Spain
Spain has a wealth of all-inclusive resorts, where families, couples, and groups can enjoy a hassle-free vacation. Breakfast, dinner, and snacks in between are often included in all-inclusive packages, as well as drinks – including alcoholic drinks. All-inclusive resorts are usually either on the beach or close to the beach, with great on-site amenities and nightly entertainment.
Rural Hotels in Spain
Experience rural Spain and stay among the sweeping vistas of rolling hills and vineyards. Hotels in rural Spain are typically converted farmhouses, traditional haciendas, or stone brick cottages. Rural Spanish hotels are often called fincas.
Budget Hotels in Spain
Every major city or tourist hub in Spain will have a budget hotel. It’s a great choice for travelers who want affordable accommodation to spend more on experiences, food, drink, and sightseeing. They usually offer basic amenities, but they’ll be in convenient locations – ideal for experiencing the local culture and sightseeing.
Parador Hotels in Spain
Experience Spain’s rich heritage and culture when staying in a historic Parador. They’re typically converted historic buildings, from Moorish fortresses to monasteries. They offer a unique and memorable experience, usually located in culturally significant locations. Look out for Parador hotels in Granada, Ronda, Asturias, and Catalonia.
Boutique Hotels in Spain
Stay in an independently owned boutique hotel for a personalized and distinct experience. The owners usually have impeccable knowledge of the area which they’re delighted to share with their guests. There’s typically great attention to detail around the hotel, from the amenities to the furnishings.
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Sagrada Família, Barcelona
The Sagrada Família is a stunning and unique architectural masterpiece, designed by Antoni Gaudí. It’s a Roman Catholic Church like no other in the world, influenced by modernism, Gothic, and Art Nouveau architectural elements. The Sagrada Família is famously still under construction – it’s the largest unfinished church in the world.
How to visit the Sagrada Família
The Sagrada Família is centrally located, so getting to it is simple. There’s a Metro stop beside the church (the Sagrada Família Metro station) and it’s also served by several bus lines. Any hop-on-hop-off tourist bus will also go to the church. We recommend booking your entrance tickets in advance to avoid long lines, particularly on the weekend.
La Alhambra, Granada
Discover some of the most fascinating Islamic architecture with a visit to La Alhambra. The fortified palace is a defining example of Moorish architecture. The setting is beautiful, surrounded by manicured gardens with the rocky Sierra Nevada peaks in clear view.
How to Visit La Alhambra
If you like to walk, you can walk to La Alhambra from Granada’s city center in around 20 to 30 minutes. Bear in mind that this is an uphill stretch, and there will be lots of walking when you arrive at La Alhambra. You can also park your rental car in the Alhambra parking lot. It costs 2.82 euros per hour, and you will need at least three hours to explore the complex. Alternatively, you can jump on a local bus – they’re quick, cheap, and convenient. We recommend booking your entrance tickets in advance to avoid waiting in line (especially during the summer months). Top tip: entrance to the Alhambra is free on a Sunday.
Museo Nacional del Prado
Arguably the most famous museum in Spain, the Museo Nacional del Prado is located in Madrid. The Prado Museum is considered to house some of the world’s finest collections of art, where Spanish, Italian, and Flemish artwork adorns the grand walls.
How to Visit the Museo Nacional del Prado
There are several ways to get to the Prado Museum. While there isn’t an on-site parking lot, there are public parking lots nearby. You can also hop on the Metro – Retiro is the closest subway station, just a five-minute walk away. Before you go, plan which entrance you’ll be starting from. There are five entrances – Puerta de Goya Baja, Puerta de Goya Alta, Puerta de Velázquez, Puerta de los Jerónimos, and Puerta de Murillo.
Top tip: The Prado Museum is free to visit from 6-8pm Mondays - Saturdays and from 5-7pm on Sundays and public holidays. However, these are the busiest times to visit and a huge line usually starts to form an hour before the free hours begin. If you want to take your time enjoying the art, we recommend booking in advance and visiting in the morning.