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Top 10 : Most memorable places to sleep in Spain
26 April 2017 @ 13:07

Treehouses, transparent bubble shaped rooms to watch the stars, traditional wagons or even caves, staying in these very original hotels in Spain will be a truly unforgettable experience. From North to South, here are 10 of the most interesting and original hotels that will make every night feel special and help you discover Spain like never before.

 

1. Cabanes als arbre, Sant Hilari Sacalm, Girona

http://www.cabanesalsarbres.com/es

If you have ever dreamed about being like Robinson Crusoe, then stay in this treehouse, near the Montseny Mountain, in Catalonia. In this very privileged area, you can view the world from above.


2. Airstream, Alzozaina, Málaga

https://www.glampingairstream.com

In the quaint white-washed village of Alozaina, in Málaga, you can stay in an authentic classic American caravan that is as luxurious as a 5-star hotel. This tiny vehicle is perfect for a romantic getaway.


3. Casa de laila, Alhaurín el Grande, Málaga

http://www.casadelaila.es

Casa de Laila takes rural tourism and glamping (“glamorous camping”) to a new level. If you want to spend the night in a tent without compromising on comfort, this pretty corner of Alhaurín el Grande is perfect.

 

4. Hotel Consolación, Monroy, Teruel

http://www.consolacion.com.es

Located in the beautiful Matarraña region, Hotel Consolación is one of the most special hotels in Spain. It merges the tradition of an old baroque hermitage with ultramodern and minimalistic cubes on top of a hill. It’s so cool!

 

5. Mil Estrelles, Borgonyà, Girona

http://www.milestrelles.com

Very close to the famous Banyoles Lake it is possible to stay inside a transparent bubble, with the stars as your ceiling. This hotel’s round rooms are named after stars and is as romantic as it is magical.

 

6. Hotel Plaza de Toros de Almadén, Almadén, Ciudad Real

http://www.hotelplazadetoros.com

There is surely nothing more typically Spanish than a bullring that has now been converted into a hotel. Located in Almadén, it has been transformed into an amazing place where every aspect of its design has been carefully thought-out, for example you can have breakfast overlooking the arena.

 

7. Hotel Les Cols Pavellons, Olot, Girona

https://www.facebook.com/LesColsPavellons

Les Cols, in the middle of the pretty Garrotxa area, is more than just a hotel: it is a sensorial and very Zen experience. There are glass rooms, volcanic earth at your feet, lava gardens and you can even sleep under the stars.

 

8. Otro Mundo, Elche de la Sierra, Castilla-La Mancha 

http://www.otro-mundo.com

In the Sierra de Segura Mountains, in Castilla-La Mancha, there are a few white Eco domes that have everything you could possibly need. Otro Mundo is a hotel where sustainability really matters, as well as comfort. It is a truly other-worldly experience.

 

9. Casa del Mundo, Tibi, Alicante 

http://www.casadelmundo.nl/english/

In Tibi, Alicante, it is possible to sleep, relax and have fun in an old European wooden caravan home. Lodging in one of these cute apartments can be a retro adventure for the whole family - and don’t forget to enjoy their pool.

 

10. Cuevas Pedro Antonio de Alarcón, Guadix, Granada 

http://www.cuevaspedroantonio.es

In Tibi, Alicante, it is possible to sleep, relax and have fun in an old European wooden caravan home. Lodging in one of these cute apartments can be a retro adventure for the whole family - and don’t forget to enjoy their pool.

 



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Falcón said:
26 April 2017 @ 21:56

Ufff... unbelievable these places, I love the two in Girona and the place in Granada looks really comfortable by the mountains. I really love this article because the places are romantic and beautiful.




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