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Spain: top-5 hotels for long holidays
Selected hotels
Trendsetters linger in Barcelona, and art lovers are drawn to Madrid. If you like flamenco, Sevilla will shake your castanets. We hand-picked top-5 hotels in Spain for your perfect long holidays.
7Pines Kempinski Ibiza, Ibiza
Nestles in a pine grove on the cliffs of the west coast of Ibiza between two beautiful coves. With unobstructed views of the Mediterranean Sea and the magical rock island of Es Vedrà, it is a truly unique location on the white isle and a prime vantage point to enjoy a memorable sunset. The resort itself is spacious and gives guests plenty of privacy. The sugar cube "houses" that make up the resort can be rented as a whole unit giving 4 bedrooms and plenty of living space.
Finca Cortesin, Andalucia
Set on a 215-hectare estate and surrounded by undisturbed nature, Finca Cortesin benefits from an exceptional Championship Golf Course, outstanding spa and sport facilities, magnificent Beach Club and exquisite dining options. The resort is located in one of the most tranquil and sought-after enclaves of the Andalucian coast, not far from the picturesque village of Casares and a short drive to Marbella or Gibraltar.
Set in 23,000 sqm of manicured gardens and with only 67 rooms and suites, there is so much space and a real ambience of peace and tranquillity. They even have 4 pools!
Hotel Sant Francesc, Palma, Mallorca
Sant Francesc Hotel is a chic 19th century mansion, which has been restored into a serene boutique hotel offering guests a peaceful oasis in the heart of the city centre. The hotel's carefully preserved exterior may be right at home in its historic surroundings of the Old Town, but Sant Francesc Hotel is anything but old-fashioned. Long sun-filled days exploring the beautiful city followed by cocktails on the rooftop watching the setting sun, and delicious Mediterranean dinners at Quadrat Restaurant are the order of the day.
Marbella Club Hotel, Marbella
Located on the southern Spanish Costa del Sol, in the heart of the "Golden Mile" and only five minutes to Old Town Marbella and Puerto Banús, the Marbella Club Hotel was once the private residence of Prince Alfonso von Hohenlohe and features 35 luxury bedrooms, 80 suites and 13 Andalusian-style villas.
Activities include two outdoor heated swimming pools, a fitness centre, 10 tennis and 4 paddle courts at sister hotel, Puente Romano (only a 5-10 minute beach walk away), a 5.000 sq. metre Kids Club, a shopping gallery, an equestrian centre and a Dave Thomas-designed 18-hole golf course within the hills of Benahavis.
Belmond La Residencia, Mallorca
Belmond La Residencia is a place that knows luxury—and life—is best served chilled. Set between the Tramuntana Mountains and the Mediterranean Sea, wander through sweet-scented citrus trees and ancient olive groves. Dine on sensational cuisine, or explore over 750 works from local painters. Art abounds in every corner.
Elena Moore
Founder, Travel designer
Spring and fall offer the best combination of good weather, light crowds, long days, and plenty of tourist and cultural activities in Spain. But you could also consider more crowded seasons if you think about the right itineraries, you could grab the best from the experience.
Without its notorious crowds, you will explore the Spanish citie's narrow streets filled with pastel-coloured facades like never before.
We invite you to check the full list of scheduled openings in 2020 with us.