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Belmond La Residencia

A compound of historic stone buildings with acres of lush gardens and stunning views, La Residencia is one of Mallorca’s most renowned hotels.

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Vista Terraza Restaurante at ABaC, Barcelona


ABaC offers subdued elegance and a refuge from the bustle of downtown Barcelona. Housed in two buildings, an historic landmark and its modern neighbor, ABaC comprises 15 rooms, a Michelin-starred restaurant and an Elemis spa – all set within a verdant, welcoming garden. Located on Avenida Tibidabo, in the neighborhood where Barcelona’s bourgeoisie built their mansions over a century ago, the hotel is a short taxi or metro ride from downtown.

ABaC’s historic building was the home of Catalan art patron Madronita Andreu, whose American husband, Max Klein, was the U.S. Ambassador to Spain during the Spanish Civil War. The building served as the U.S. Embassy during the only time in history that Barcelona housed a national embassy. Today the 15 rooms and suites exude understated luxury, decorated in muted colors, hand-carved blond wood furniture, and featuring rain showers, impossibly comfortable beds and exacting attention to detail. The rooms are not excessively spacious, yet with large windows overlooking the trees, they feel airy and open. The most popular guest room is, in fact, the smallest, as it opens onto a spacious private terrace.

ABaC’s two Michelin-starred restaurant was called the best in Catalonia in 2011. Guests are welcome to walk through the kitchen to see the work of star chef Jordi Cruz, once the youngest Michelin-starred Spanish chef.

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Abadía Retuerta LeDomaine

Housed in a renovated 12th-century Romanesque abbey, LeDomaine is ideal for travelers looking for a gastronomic and wine experience with a wellness focus.
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Bedroom at AC Palacio del Retiro, Madrid

AC Palacio del Retiro

The appeal of the Palacio del Retiro is undeniable. Facing the Retiro Park, just a few blocks from the Prado and the restaurants of Salamanca, the hotel is peaceful yet conveniently located. Its rooms are spacious and its architecture elegant, yet the décor is modern with a stylish flair, falling somewhere between the traditional Ritz and the cutting-edge Hospes. And the staff, if not as numerous and as formal as the ones at some of the grander properties, is helpful and friendly, eager to make guests feel at home from the moment they arrive. The hotel’s few, minor drawbacks are balanced by homey comforts. It does not have a major lobby scene, but the quiet bar is a pleasant place to meet for a pre-dinner drink. And although it lacks a full-service restaurant, the pretty breakfast room serves a wonderful morning meal, and throughout the day guests can order light tapas or drinks while contemplating the park. A small fitness room is stashed in the basement, but a run or a bicycle ride (the hotel has free bikes for guests, although they may rent them out in the future) through the Retiro is infinitely more appealing.

A grand early 20th-century mansion, the Palacio retains the trappings of its aristocratic past. Throughout the property are original stained-glass windows from Paris and carpets manufactured by the Royal Tapestry Factory, as were the ones at the Ritz and the Royal Palace. The furnishings here, however, are sleeker, with platform beds and muted colors. Even the smallest of the hotel’s 50 rooms, a single with interior courtyard views, is spacious and has a modern marble bathroom complete with Molton Brown products. Today’s comforts are present in plasma televisions, Bose sound systems and WiFi, while the ancient iron keys (by law, landmarked properties cannot convert the door locks to modern card systems) link travelers to the past. The Palacio also offers free shoe shining and iPod docking stations in the rooms. Just avoid the few interior rooms that look out onto a brick wall.

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Exterior view - at Atzaró, Ibiza, Spain


An orange grove surrounds what is, perhaps, the island’s most upscale family-run finca, a restored three-hundred-year-old farmhouse on a peaceful hillside near Santa Eulària. The Belgian owner, Kristina, and her Ibicenco husband, Jaime, have exquisitely furnished each of the ten spacious, whitewashed rooms and suites with exposed beams, a fireplace, rich fabrics in oranges and reds, Balinese four-poster beds and silk cushions. From the heated pool and Moroccan lounge bar to the beautiful landscaped grounds dotted with huge palms, lily ponds and Asian sculpture, everything here invites relaxation, although there is a gym for those wanting a rigorous workout.

Expect to begin days hearing goats bleating in the nearby field and birdsong at breakfast. You will have a full view of the Milky Way nightly while sipping the local hierbas Ibicencas after-dinner drink, an anise-based libation with rosemary and other local herbs. The fresh, flavorful Asian-fusion and Catalonian cuisine at the informal patio restaurant is why the boho-luxe area homeowners come down from their villas in the hills to dine here. The mini spa offers East-meets-West treatments, including aromatherapy and Ayurvedic and Asian Ritual massages.

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Can Alomar Urban Luxury Retreat

A luxurious urban oasis with historic charm, modern elegance and exceptional service.

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Can Bordoy Grand House and Garden

The Can Bordoy Grand House and Garden is a 16th-century-estate-turned-chic-hotel located in the heart of Palma.

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Room Lounge at Can Curreu, Ibiza, Spain

Can Curreu

In the island’s center (and just down the road from the Las Dalias market) is the first trendsetting agroturismo venture on Ibiza. Can Curreu continues to attract an international clientele, especially families and equestrians. Impeccably run, this quiet, rural converted finca has twelve comfortable whitewashed cottages with Sabine-pine wood beams, all of them encircled by fruit groves, giant cacti and sunflowers. Amenities include a pretty pool and riding stables on the premises, as well as an extensive spa with a sauna, hamman, Jacuzzi and gym.

The renowned restaurant, perched on a hill next to a 2,000-year-old olive tree, serves a creative mix of Asian and Catalonian dishes. Not trendy or ultraluxurious (the closest it gets to the “chill-out vibe” is a candle or two in your room), this inn inspires repeat visits because of its lush garden setting and great cuisine.

Room Lounge at Can Guillem, Ibiza, Spain

Can Guillem

This 18th-century farm estate, refurbished in contemporary style and opened in 2006, has the distinct advantage of close proximity to buzzing Ibiza town. Once within the grounds however, surrounded by citrus groves and pine, carob and olive trees, you feel you’re deep in the country. The finca’s interiors—including six doubles, a suite and two spacious stone bungalows, appealingly furnished in black and white with large ceramic-tile bathrooms—are all pure, clean lines and uncluttered elegance. If you incline more toward Zen minimalism than to the island’s trademark décor, a jumble of the exotic and the laid-back, this is the place for you. The friendly Ibicenco owners offer guests family-style Mediterranean meals (vegetarians can get special dishes), with ingredients plucked from the organic garden, near the pool. While there is no spa or fitness center, the property can set up an in-room massage and personal training session.

Bedroom at Can Talaias, Ibiza, Spain

Can Talaias

Don’t be put off by the dusty dirt road that leads uphill to this yellow-hued finca, once the home of a British comic actor Terry Thomas. Set high above the village of Sant Carles, with a marvelous view of the surrounding pine groves, the sea and an inviting pool, this six-bedroom, two-suite hotel is a nice option for those who want to be somewhere intimate and away from it all. The large, breezy rooms, decorated in warm earth tones with rattan and wrought-iron furnishings, are cozy but simple. Now overseen by the late actor’s son, Cushan Thomas, and his wife, Laetitia, Can Talaias can also be rented for weddings, birthdays and other special events.

Hotel Entrance at Cap Rocat, Mallorca, Spain

Cap Rocat

The sexiest hotel option in Mallorca—and the closest the island gets to St.-Tropez—is the über sleek Cap Rocat, perched on the Bay of Palma de Mallorca.

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Aerial View : Park Hyatt, Mallorca, Spain

Cap Vermell Grand Hotel

Overlooking the gorgeous Canyamel Valley, the 142-room Cap Vermell Grand Hotel (which was formerly the Park Hyatt) is modeled after a traditional Mallorquin village. The resort is situated within the 49-acre Cap Vermell estate—grand and expansive, it commands a stunning hilltop surrounded by postcard-perfect rolling hills.

Guests are welcomed to 'Plaça de Torres,' the main gathering place complete with a clock tower, market and family-style bistro that mimic a typical town square. The accommodations (referred to as ‘the village’) are made up of pretty, salmon-colored thatched roof buildings scattered in an arc shape, which are reached by gravel footpaths from the Plaça de Torres. Despite the fact that the property is new (it opened in June 2016), the Cap Vermell Grand Hotel’s design blends well with its surroundings to provide guests with an authentic sense of place. From the rippling fountains and potted plants at every corner to the breezy public spaces of white-washed stucco and landscaped gardens of flowering topiaries, the resort’s atmosphere is utterly romantic.

Accommodations are sophisticated and comfortable. The 38 elegant rooms (14 of which are suites) do not offer much in the form of Mallorquin charm, but all have private terraces, which boast lovely views of the valley below. Each is appointed with sleek, modern furnishings and an open-plan bathroom with rain shower. However, it is the impressive facilities that attract guests to the property, such as the landscaped terrace complete with three swimming pools (two of which are heated), and a fitness center. Wellness seekers will be in heaven here, as the Cap Vermell Grand Hotel’s Serenitas Spa is a modern Mount Olympus with gauze curtains and twinkling lights at every corner overlooking the sweeping vistas of hilly countryside. The seven room–spa offers a variety of locally inspired treatments (including a signature ‘Quartz’ bed which allows for a heated sand massage), plus several steam rooms and an outdoor Jacuzzi.

The resort’s dining options, expertly curated by the Cap Vermell Grand Hotel’s world-class culinary team, are also a draw to the property. Scattered along the expansive terrace, the four restaurants feed into one another amongst gardens and plentiful outdoor seating. Balearic Restaurant serves traditional Mediterranean farm-to-table cuisine, offering an impressive selection of fish dishes, paying homage to the fishing culture that defined the Mallorquin economy for centuries). The airy restaurant is filled with hanging seashells and offers an outstanding breakfast buffet with a variety of local sweet and savory treats. Nearby is the Tapas Restaurant, a sultry bar with a carving station and delectable selection of cheeses and cured meats. The Asia Restaurant serves eponymous cuisine and has a rotating chef. All emphasize wine pairings, and the resort takes pride in its exceptionally curated selection of local and international offerings.

From boating and cooking classes to hiking and visits to medieval towns, the region is rife with opportunities for exploration. Guests are encouraged to rent a car and venture to nearby beach coves to explore and swim or drive to the capital city of Palma for shopping and historical sites. Although the property does not offer any private beaches, the Cap Vermell beach club is only a ten-minute walk away and there are several beaches nearby. The family-friendly resort also has a kid’s club, babysitting services and children’s splash pool.

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Bedroom at Casa Camper, Barcelona, Spain

Casa Camper Barcelona

“Extras” like bikes, a private lounge/day-room for every guest room and fresh and healthy food items available throughout the day are all part of the standard room rate at Casa Camper Barcelona. With just 40 rooms, the property has a warm familial vibe (guests seem to naturally smile and say ‘hello’ to each other at breakfast and in the elevator) that is reinforced by the helpful and knowledgeable staff. Though Casa Camper is intentionally unostentatious, you can rest assured that everything here is of the highest quality.

Though it is just a two-minute walk from Las Ramblas, the small and crooked Carrer d’Elisabets in the historic Raval quarter feels worlds away from the noisy and crowded main drag. The 19th century building was converted into a hotel in 2005 and feels very much integrated into the real city, as it is conveniently located just a few blocks from the city’s contemporary art museum, MACBA.

The Camper brand (founded and still run by a Mallorcan family with over 100 years of experience in shoemaking) has winningly applied its footwear credo—true luxury is ease and simplicity—to the travel experience. Small, but well-thought-out details create an overall civilized and relaxing environment. For example, instead of tiny plastic shampoo and conditioner bottles, Camper’s unbranded bath products are in large refillable dispensers. Similarly, instead of stocking each room with a minibar full of unhealthy and expensive snacks, the hotel offers fresh salads, yogurts, fruit, and sandwiches in the self-serve lobby cantina, 24 hours a day, free of charge.

The design of the hotel is also simple and practical; luxurious without being lavish. The red, white, and black decorated rooms are spacious, yet sparsely appointed with industrial-chic accessories like Tolomeo bedside lamps, hammocks, and Shaker-inspired wall hooks (an ingenious solution for keeping items in easy reach without causing clutter.) Handwriting-inspired typography throughout the hotel playfully communicates useful information everywhere from the elevator to the shower knobs. The naturally lit bathrooms have large windows that look onto a vertical garden comprised of over 100 potted aspidistra plants.

Though the Casa Camper roof does not have a pool or a bar like other luxury hotels in Barcelona, it is still a lovely place to enjoy the view over the Raval neighborhood and boasts tables, lounge chairs and a small herb garden. With some nuts and olives from the lobby cantina, this becomes a great spot to relax—like your own personal roof deck. The small basement level gym features state-of-the-art equipment and a sauna.

Pool at Castell Son Claret, Mallorca, Spain

Castell Son Claret

Combining elements of Mallorca's most prestigious properties, the Castell Son Claret offers modern luxuries in a traditional setting.

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Bedroom at Convent de la Missiò, Mallorca, Spain

Convent de la Missiò

The owners of Convent de la Missiò have tastefully filled this former convent with unique modern art objects and created fourteen individual all-white guest rooms that feel both modern and calm. The second-floor living room is the chill-out room of choice, with a fireplace-cum–art installation taking up one wall, and white cloudlike rugs, huge luxurious beanbags, floor lights that resemble sculptures and a scattering of great design books. Another reason to stay here is the popular gourmet Refectori restaurant, with its stylish black bar and exotic hidden outdoor terrace. It’s very popular with a fashionable local crowd, which dines on creative dishes such as watermelon gazpacho and Iberian tenderloin stuffed with asparagus and roasted strawberries.

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Corral del Rey

Two brothers, Anthony and Patrick Reid Mora-Figueroa, were brought up in London by their Spanish mother and Scottish father, and picked up a knack for hospitality and style that blends their family's cultures. With a British eloquence and Spanish warmth, they opened Corral del Rey in 2004 in a feat of mechanical engineering; the property is located on a narrow, winding alleyway in the heart of Seville's Old Town that can hardly accommodate tiny taxis, let alone cement mixers and delivery trucks.

The hotel, which occupies a series of former homes on Corral del Rey, flanks two sides of the street. Numbers 7 and 9 hold the more contemporary suites that feel like individual apartments (the Penthouse Suite, the hotel's gorgeous room with a separate sitting area, two terraces and a plunge pool is on this side). Number 12 is home to the more traditional hotel rooms as well as the small lobby, restaurant and office that doubles as reception. Those looking for more spacious rooms should book a Junior Suite or higher to ensure the most comfort (as other accomodations are on the small side). That there are only 17 rooms total (including five Junior Suites, two Pool Terrace Suites and one Penthouse Suite) results in a cozy B&B like quality to the property, where people hang out on the comfy sofa by the front door and let themselves in and out of the front door as they wish. (There is no doorman and the doors remain locked throughout the day and night so guests must remember codes to open the main gates).

What the hotel lacks in amenities (there is no gym, spa and limited room service) they make up for in charm, and with access to some of the city's coolest people. On a recent visit I was introduced to dozens of new friends, taken to a local favorite tapas restaurant (for a four-hour lunch) and only wished for more time to accept invitations to sherry vineyard tours, cooking classes, horseback riding trips, photography sojourns and visits to countryside bull farms. (The former I was ok declining…).

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Suite at Cotton House Hotel, Barcelona, Spain

Cotton House Hotel

Located in the elegant Eixample neighborhood, the stunning Cotton House is fairly close to Barcelona's main sites and its central shopping street, Passeig de Gracia. It's an ideal spot for couples seeking a romantic getaway, design aficionados, or those looking for a laid-back vibe and respite from the urban hustle.

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El Palace Hotel Barcelona

El Palace Hotel was the first five-star property in Barcelona when it opened as the Ritz in 1919, a date guests will find scattered throughout the hotel. César Ritz—already a savant of grand European city hotels—wanted the neoclassical property to evoke grandeur, and he succeeded: opulence envelops guests the moment they enter the lobby, where an extravagant crystal chandelier hangs from a high gold-lined ceiling and a carpeted grand staircase rises on either side. One need only take a few more steps in to find themselves in the Great Hall, where soaring ceilings, an elaborate red and white carpet and deep emerald columns give the impression that you’ve stepped into a monarch’s reception hall. Which all makes perfect sense, since the hotel was financially supported by then King Alfonso XIII and Queen Victoria Eugenie, and has played host to multiple royal events (along with welcoming music royalty like Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald, art royalty like Picasso or cinematic royalty like John Wayne and Sofia Loren). El Palace also hosted the fashion shows of Pertegaz and Bastida in the 1940s. All this to say, the hotel has quite the pedigree.

Of the 120 rooms, this culture is perhaps best experienced in one of the six Art Suites, fashioned in 2016 as part of the hotel’s renovation and expansion. Each was inspired by a prominent hotel guest—including Josephine Baker and Salvador Dali—and is infused with their chosen art form (dance, sculpture, literature, etc.). While these suites may possess the most character, the hotel’s transportive feel is present in all rooms, which maintain the sophisticated, neoclassical style from the chandeliers to the candelabras. Bathrooms are spacious with a large walk-in shower, and some rooms have extra gems, like the beautifully tiled green and white Roman bath found in certain rooms and suites. All Junior Suites have a bedroom and living room in a shared space and views of a Barcelona courtyard, while the Superior Suites have a separate bedroom and living room. The family suites sleep up to seven guests in three bedrooms connected by a sitting room.

The day begins with a buffet breakfast in the Jardín, where the black-and-white tiled floors and greenery evoke the sense that you are dining out on a terrace rather than inside. All-day dining, including tapas and seasonal dishes, is offered in the soaring Great Hall, as is afternoon tea. The jewel of El Palace’s dining scene though is AMAR, which opened in spring 2022 and is headed by chef Rafa Zafra. This fine-dining restaurant is set in a distinctly modern space (a departure from the hotel’s style) and its menus take inspiration from Catalan cuisine as well as Mediterranean flavors at large. At night, from Thursday through Saturday, the Bluesman Cocktail bar is a popular, 1920s speakeasy-inspired space done in red velvet and gold patterned carpeting, with a glittering mirror ball at the head of the room. Reservations here are needed in advance.

A highlight of a stay at El Palace is spending time in the rooftop garden, where drinks and snacks are served beneath one of two whimsical pergolas, one of which offers views of the Sagrada Familia. There is a small rooftop pool, lined on one side with plants to continue the garden theme and on the other with a dining space for the pop-up restaurant. The garden changes themes with the seasons, donning orange blossoms in the fall and twinkle lights in the winter, and three times a year (summer, Halloween and Christmas), guests can enjoy a movie night on the 360-degree terrace—which is open year round anyway for the sake of enjoying the views. El Palace also has an immersive luxury spa inspired by Maya rituals and culture and complimented with Anne Semonin products.

Note: El Palace Hotel Barcelona is pet -friendly.

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Sitting Room at Finca Cortesin, Marbella, Spain

Finca Cortesin

Finca Cortesin is a dream of a hotel—often considered Spain’s best—set in the hills above Marbella and less than a mile from the coastline.

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Finca Serena Mallorca

A 100-year-old farm transformed into a stylish small luxury hotel with rooms in cottages scattered through its vineyards.

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Four Seasons Hotel Madrid

Opened in September 2020, the Four Seasons Madrid represents a new era of Spanish luxury and has burst onto the scene as one of the city’s very best.

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Interiors view at Gran Hotel Domine, Spanish Basque Region, Spain

Gran Hotel Domine

Just opposite the Guggenheim, the Grand Hotel Domine is the hippest hotel in Bilbao with arty public spaces and comfortable bedrooms.

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Exterior view -  Gran Hotel La Florida, Barcelona, Spain

Gran Hotel La Florida

Overlooking Barcelona from atop Mt. Tibidabo, the Florida was the city’s most glamorous hotel in the 1950s, hosting everyone from Europe’s royals to Ernest Hemingway and James Stewart. The property was completely renovated some years ago, and today it surpasses even its former glory. Located about 20 minutes outside town, the hotel is best for repeat visitors. If you have a few lazy days, there’s nothing more fabulous than to lounge by the stainless-steel pool with Barcelona at your feet.

In general, the rooms are generously sized, though the Tibidabo and Sky Terrace suites are worth the splurge. The former was designed by Cristina Macaya and features a fantastic silver color scheme; the latter was dreamed up by international artist Rebecca Horn and offers a spacious private patio with a Jacuzzi and unbeatable views.

Those based in the city can visit for brunch or dinner at a table on the outdoor terrace.

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Gran Hotel Mas d'en Bruno

Opened in May 2023, Gran Hotel Mas d’en Bruno welcomes guests to Priorat with a highly accommodating staff and a “slow living” ethos.

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Living Room at Gran Hotel Son Net, Mallorca, Spain

Gran Hotel Son Net

A long driveway passes by Mediterranean pine trees and terraced gardens en route to a 17th-century mansion that’s painted a beautiful shade of deep pink. Previously the private home of Canadian hotelier David Stein, the Gran Son Net was turned into a hotel in the 1990s, but the walls are still covered with Stein’s magnificent collection of Warhols, Hockneys and Christos.

All of the twenty-five rooms and suites are unique, but each is equally luxuriously appointed with rich fabrics and spacious marble bathrooms. (Rooms on the top floors boast postcard-perfect views.) Unfortunately, the renovation to become a hotel in the '90s seems to have been the last time the hotel was touched, and, while the property has a delightful sense of place, slightly musty interiors could use an update. Romance is nevertheless in the air, and most guests are couples who choose to spend their day lounging by the 100-foot-long pool and private cabanas or enjoying a bottle of local wine on one of the property’s stone terraces. The more adventurous can explore the surrounding landscape on the hotel’s mountain bikes. The concierge can also arrange for a yacht or sailboat charter, so you can explore the coves of the north coast with a knowledgeable captain.

The friendly staff is the right amount of formal and discreet. The hotel's restaurant, with its expansive terrace sitting under a child's dream treehouse, encourages lounging over breakfast. Most visitors stay on property for dinner in the dining room that is housed in a towering old olive press.

The hotel is set in a stunning valley with views of the Tramuntana just above the small town of Puigpunyent. The remoteness is part of the reason the hotel is so beloved, but it does feel quite secluded. Palma is a 25-minute drive away down relatively narrow country roads, that are very dark at night. Puigpunyent, while adorable, doesn't have a lot to offer. (For both safety and sanity’s sake, you won’t want to do the drive after a few drinks in a hip restaurant in Palma.)

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Swimming Pool at Hacienda de San Rafael, Seville, Spain

Hacienda de San Rafael

The same brothers who run Seville's Corral del Rey grew up visiting their family's fincahotel 60 kilometers south of the city. Today the property is a small hotel with 14 rooms and exudes a casual, home-like vacation quality, with relaxed and spacious common areas, a lushly-landscaped pool and rustic dining room.

Eleven open-plan duplex guest rooms are set around the cobblestoned, bougainvillea-filled courtyard and feature comfortable, homey décor with antique furniture, thoughtful touches and Spanish Alvarez Gomez bathroom amenities. There are three suites with direct access to the beautifully landscaped gardens, a separate pool and relaxed outdoor sitting areas. The suites are ideal for families with one or two children as they have separate living rooms as well as an upstairs "chill out" nook. The beautifully-designed two-bedroom pool villa can comfortably sleep a family of six and offers a bit more privacy with its own infinity-edged pool overlooking sunflower fields.

The 18th-century farmhouse surrounded by olive orchards is set down a graveled, tree-lined driveway and offers an ideal retreat for a large group vacation or event. (The hotel can arrange for gorgeous dinners in the courtyard under purple flower blossoms and countless stars, and it is popular for weddings and private parties.)

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Heritage Madrid Hotel Relais & Chateaux

Located in a residential area of Madrid’s upscale Salamanca neighborhood, Heritage Madrid is an elegant mix of old world and modern; a true gem in the city.

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