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Casa De Carmona
A super-luxurious hotel in a beautiful 16th-century palace, the Casa de Carmona feels like the aristocratic home that it used to be. Its elegant restaurant (mains €18 to €25) serves haute cuisine with an andaluz (Andalucian) touch.
La Casa De La Favorita
A quick internet search will reveal that La Favorita is a lot of people’s favourite...
Hacienda Posada De Vallina
In an enviable nook on the quiet side of the Mezquita (the building actually pre-dates it), this cleverly renovated hotel uses portraits and period furniture to enhance a plush and modern interior...
Apartamentos Turísticos San Matías
Located in the buzzy Realejo quarter, these apartments offer well-priced, spacious accommodation...
Hotel La Casona Del Arco
This tastefully renovated 16th-century palace in the historic centre has modern comforts, including a spa, and delightful rooms with parquet floors, pale stonework, ochre-washed walls and pitched ceilings (or beams)...
It’s amazing what some red colour accents and a clean, simple but funky refurb can do...
Jerez de la Frontera
This brilliant hotel occupies a carefully restored 1920s mansion. Rooms are spread over three floors and set around a patio, or beside the roof terrace, which has views of Jerez’s roof line...
Posada De Palacio
Sanlúcar de Barrameda
Plant-filled patios, gracious historical charm and 18th-century luxury add up to one of the best places to stay in this part of Andalucía...
Palacio San Bartolomé
El Puerto de Santa María
Every now and again along comes a new hotel that blows even the most jaded hotel reviewer out of the water...
Hotel Monasterio San Miguel
El Puerto De Santa Maria
A gourmet restaurant, a pool in a semitropical garden, and classically elegant rooms await your pleasure at this luxurious converted 18th-century monastery.
Cerro De Hijar
Cerro de Hijar , just above the dazzling white village of Tolox and just within the park, sits at 650m above sea level...
Hotel Nuevo Torreluz
Opened in 2012, this reformed four-star hotel enjoys a superb position on a small square in the heart of the historic centre...
Hotel Hacienda La Laguna
If you love olive oil, stay at this enormous hacienda (10 minutes’ drive from Baeza), where there’s a museum of olive oil – the Museo de la Cultura del Olivo – and 18 stylishly furnished rooms set around a central patio and fountain...
A very friendly hostal simply but brightly furnished and with spotless shower rooms, on a quiet street parallel to Calle La Luna. Breakfast is €3.
Hotel San Gil
Shoehorned at the northern end of the Macarena neighbourhood, San Gil's slightly out-of-the-way location is balanced by its proximity to the nightlife of the Alameda de Hércules...
Hotel Puerta De Las Granadas
This small hotel has a prime location just off the Plaza Nueva and halfway up the hill to the Alhambra. The red and dark-wood rooms overlook either a back garden (quiet) or the street (a little larger). Two top-floor rooms have grand views...
Casa Caracol is the only backpacker hostel in the old town. Friendly, as only Cádiz can be, it has bunk dorms for four and eight, a communal kitchen, and a roof terrace with hammocks.
Hostal La Fuente
A journeyman hotel, though in Córdoba this means you get an airy patio, azulejos tiles, exposed brick and interesting architectural details. The rooms are clean and comfortable and the staff quietly helpful...
Hotel Rosaleda De Don Pedro
King-size beds, dark-wood furniture and walls washed with cool pale blue and yellow create a relaxing ambience at this centrally located hotel...
This small hotel may have only one star but it enjoys a veritable five-star location on Málaga’s sophisticated main shopping street...
Casa Del Capitel Nazari
More Albayzín magic in a 1503 Renaissance palace that’s as much architectural history lesson as plush hotel. Rooms have Moroccan inflections and the courtyard hosts art exhibits.
Posada San Fernando
This excellent-value hotel stands on Carmona's liveliest square...