There are a lot of amazing things to see and do in Spain, but a trip will be devastated without even trying out some places you never knew about before. Let this article help you discover the hidden gems of your dream vacation! Believe it or not, you should be in Spain before you die! This country has something for everyone and is completely impossible to explore within a short time period. I compiled this list of my favorite five hotels (in no particular order) in order to help improve your trip.
Melia Cala Galdana
Melia Cala Galdana is a boutique resort located in the whitest part of Majorca, and just a five-minute drive from Puerto Pollensa. The beachfront resort is characteristic of its white buildings and stone pathways, grown pure by the water. The hotel has great amenities like 4 outdoor pools with Barceló Privilege guests receive one complimentary poolside drink quota per day, an impressive wellness center called Aligmam that offers personal trainers, spa treatments and state-of-the-art equipment, and two gyms hoping to provide guests with a supercharged workout routine with world famous Pilates.
4 star Main Square
A newly refurbished Town Hall building sits at the top of the main Square and overlooks the Gothic cathedral. If you want luxury without glitz, book into a hotel close to Placa Mayor. Some rooms in this area are as big as 687 square feet with TVs that wrap around corners and wide walk-in showers. The 4 star Main Square is a handsome building in Barcelona. It has many amenities including wide hallways, security cameras, and on-site car valet service. Whether you are in the mood for a hot and cold breakfast buffet or a fashionable but laid back bed, this hotel has it all.
The Miramar Hotel has 42 rooms in total with all different themes. The rooms are expansive, each having its own balcony and view of Palma de Mallorca. Hotel Miramar is located on an extremely beautiful stretch of Costa del Sol, just meters away from Playa de Palma. This gorgeous beach has some really nice and comfortable amenities like water sports, pool activities and room service.
Hyatt Regency Barcelona Tower
Hyatt Regency Barcelona Tower is the most iconic building in Barcelona skyline. Situated at the top of Montjuic’s hill, it boasts fantastic views of the city, the Mediterranean Sea and all its signature monuments, making it easily one among the best hotels to visit before you die in Spain. Superb location, plush amenities and first-rate service.
Kempinski Hotel Bahía
The Kempinski Hotel Bahía has something for everyone. On top of its great location, the hotel nestled along the bay is filled with numerous facilities to make your stay as comfortable and luxurious as possible. You can find a spa worthy of pure indulgence, white sand beaches nearby, and excellent restaurants that will satisfy any eater’s palate.
Spain is literally littered with hotels, but high end accommodations are not the only ones that travelers should consider visiting. One hotel that’s inexpensive but keeps guests educated and entertained while they stay there is the Hotel Espagne. They have everything from a free continental breakfast, free Wi-Fi, a dry sauna, 24 hour room service and much more.