Luxurious Hotels in Spain
International travel is very high on my bucket list once my kids get a little older. It’s really odd that I was born in a foreign country but I haven’t traveled much since moving to the United States. If you’re planning a trip to Spain anytime soon these luxurious hotels in Spain should be at the top for your research list.
Melia Madrid Princesa Hotel
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Melia Madrid Princesa Hotel offers guests the opportunity to soak up the architecture and art in Madrid. Just minutes away from the Spanish Senate, the official home of Spain’s Royal Family, and the Royal Palace, the Melia Madrid is a luxurious escape with a Turkish Bath and full service spa. The pillow menu gives you the opportunity to choose your favorites for a good night’s sleep. The international breakfast buffet features a variety of fresh fruits, cheeses, waffles, Iberian meats, and Sushi. Room rates average around $175 per night.
Hotel Silken Puerta America
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Nineteen different architects were commissioned to design the guests rooms at Hotel Silken Puerta America. Guests can choose from ten different deluxe rooms and club suites upon arrival at the hotel. Complimentary services include suit pressing, internet access, and daily newspapers. The Skynight Bar has a retractable roof is great for guests who don’t want to leave the hotel. Rates are pretty reasonable starting at $90 per night for deluxe rooms.
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Guests at Hotel Liabeny in Madrid can rent a car on site to explore the city, or explore Puerta del Sol which is within walking distance of the hotel. Traveling foodies will appreciate the hotel’s proximity to less-traveled Spanish tapas restaurants and bars. The front desk offers concierge service to help guests with purchasing theatre tickets and making reservations for dinner. Hotel amenities include free wi-fi, flat screen television, newspapers, and a wide array of entertainment options including a mini bar. Room rates start at $95 per night.
Grand Melia Fenix Hotel
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The Grand Melia Fenix Hotel aims to please, offering guest premier amenities like child care, massages, a personal shopper, and even a hairdressers at your request. Rooms include a spa-like bathroom with plush robe, canopy bed, hardwood wardrobes, and writing desk with leather chair. Get a taste of local cuisine on a Madrid Food Tour or visit Calle Serrano for an unforgettable shopping experience. Deluxe room costs $158 per night, and fans of the hotel suggests opting for the Premium Red Level for $297 per night.
Hotel Arts Barcelona
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Hotel Arts Barcelona gets you very close to the Mediterranean Ocean, offering inviting features like hot tub and outdoor pool. Guests who plan to explore the hotel should start at Cafe Veranda for their fresh coffee and buffet, get pumped up in the gym or relax at the full service spa that offers Swedish, hot stones and deep tissue massages. When you’re ready to explore Barcelona the can’t miss spots include the melting Cathedral, Sagrada Familia, and Casa Batlló. Named “best beach city” by National Geographic, Barcelona beach is another must see sight. Rates at this five-star rated hotel start around $245 per night.
Madrid and Spain are beautiful cities with a variety of options for travelers, these hotels in Madrid and Barcelona are beautiful and close to everything.