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Hotel AC Palacio de Santa Paula * * * * * GL
Gran Vía de Colón, 31 , 18001 , Granada
Hotel AC Palacio de Santa Paula is a 75 room property located in the old part of Granada, the result of a careful and meticulous renovation of the old Santa Paula Convent and conservation the old cloister. A unique establishment where guests are able to rest and enjoy one of the principal monuments of the city centre, in the luxury of a fine hotel. The 'El Claustro' restaurant, housed in the old Convent Library in the Cloister area, serves lunch, dinner and an exquisite buffet breakfast, featuring home made pastries. In addition to its comprehensive list of the best D.O. Spanish wines, the service is excellent. Sample menus and company lunches are also available.
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Hotel Puerta de las Granadas * * *
Cuesta de Gomérez, 14 , 18009 , Granada
Hotel Puerta de las Granadas is a small charming hotel with only sixteen rooms in a catalogued building from the XIX Century, totally rehabilitated in April of 2004. It is situated in Cuesta de Gomerez, next to the Puerta de las Granadas, which gives it name to the hotel, and the door to the Alhambra Palace´s monument. Keeping the architectural values of its past, the hotel has been given a modern and functional nature according to the present times. The hotel allows the visitor to live with the maximum comfort, move around just walking to the most emblematic monuments, and the trendiest and most traditional places of the city. The rooms of the hotel are arranged as follows: two special rooms are located in the penthouse. Both are equipped with twin beds and dormered ceilings and have a superb view over the city. The room named Cathedral Viewpoint, which has five windows, has beautiful sights over the Albaycín neighbourhood, the cathedral and the 'Carmen de Mauror'. The one called Alhambra Viewpoint has likewise superb sights over the Cathedral, the Albaycín area and the Alhambra´s 'Torre de la Vela'. From all the rooms facing Cuesta Gomérez, the 'Torres Bermejas of the Alhambra' (Alhambra Red Towers) are easily seen. One of the rooms on the second floor has a balcony, covered with glazed wooden structure. On the third floor, the rooms face the 'Alhambra´s Torre de la Vela.' All the rooms are double, having twin beds, except three in the 'Carmen del Mauror' part which are double bedded. Hotel Puerta de las Granadas superbly located in the centre of the historic city. The most traditional places, the monuments, restaurants, and the entire city just a step away. Due to its unbeatable location you can enjoy the best of Granada in a walking distance from the hotel.
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Hotel Villa Padierna Palace * * * * *
Urb. Los Flamingos Golf, Ctra. de Cádiz, Km. 166 , 29679 , Marbella
Hotel Villa Padierna is built like a Tuscan palace, engraved in the beautiful surrounding of its own golf course, the Flamingos Golf Club. It is a privately owned small villa with a unique decoration in all rooms and public areas. Paintings and statues from a private collection are carefully integrated into this fantastic building. Open fire places and a touch of English decor make the Villa Padierna cozy and welcoming. The decoration of the rooms and suites, the bar and restaurants reflects the traditional life of an Italian Villa. The function rooms are the perfect size for a board meeting before a round of golf, a swim in the pool or the Mediterranean Sea. It is a short drive to The Marina of Puerto Banus or the Old Town of Marbella. Their restaurants have the most beautiful views over the golf course, the Mediterranean Sea, Gibraltar and Africa, offers you a great variety of typical Spanish and international dishes.
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Hotel H2 Granada * * * *
Avenida Juan Pablo II, 35 , 18014 , Granada
Hotel AC Granada has 81 rooms, recently built property, located next to the Bus Station in one of Spain’s most beautiful cities. All the comfort of AC HOTELS, in addition to direct access to the airport and Madrid-Jaén Motorway.
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La Cartuja de Cazalla * * *
Calle de la Carretera de Cazalla, 2 , 41370 , Cazalla de la Sierra
La Cartuja de Cazalla was a monastery and is now a national monument operating more like a guest house, rather than as a hotel. Cartuja in Spanish means “charter house”. The building slab dates from the 700 hundreds and the actual dining room ceiling, from the 1400’s. Undoubtedly, this is a unique place in a privileged location. Here you will find, peace, tranquility and silence combined with breathtaking views. There is a choice of room types in the Cartuja de Cazalla: The traditional but simple ones, in the building at the entrance just before the courtyard and authentic former monk cells in the older quarters, next to the inner garden. By the way, here at the Cartuja de Cazalla, they grow their own produce, so you will with Carmen in her home, sampling local dishes (often made with home-grown produce) and chatting around the table afterwards, a forum for sharing knowledge and ideas. The Cartuja de Cazalla is owned and run by a lady who his a tourism professional who took over the place, refurbished it and decided to settle down.
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Palacio Marques de la Gomera * * * *
San Pedro 20 , 41640 , Osuna
Palacio Marques de la Gomera is situated in the little town of Osuna making it an ideal base for exploring much of Andalusia. The outer limits of the town are plain indeed compared to the architectural gems concealed within the older section. San Pedro has been declared one of the most beautiful streets in Europe by UNESCO, and it is here that you will find the well restored Palacio Marques de la Gomera. Just beyond the massive front door, its archway adorned with ornately carved stonework and pillars, lies the central courtyard, watched over by the original marble-and-gilt chapel in the corner. Reception, dining rooms, and a bar occupy the remainder of the ground floor.
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Casa de Carmona * * * * *
Plazuela de los Lasso de la Vega, 1 , 41410 , Carmona
When you arrive at the Casa de Carmona, you sense that life has suddenly become much easier. You can stop worrying about your car and luggage: the porter will park your car and the concierge will immediately take your bags to your room. One of the charming receptionists will meet you at the door to show you around the house. As she accompanies you to your room, she'll show you through the courtyards and gardens take you through the library and offer you a complimentary drink from the free-bar. She will ask if you would like a chambermaid to unpack your bags and take any laundry you may have, and tell you that you may leave your shoes outside your door at night to find them awaiting you in the morning - freshly polished and ready for the day. The restaurant is situated in the space that used to be the stables of the palace. It is decorated with paintings of knife-size horses in movement, al fresco on stucco, executed by Mr. Guardiola Medina in September 1991. The background tonality is terracotta stucco. The tables, all proceeding from British antiquarians, are in mahogany. The chairs, also in mahogany, were realized on charge by the renowned carpenter from Carmona, D. Eduardo Buzón. The glassworks are hand-made in the old Sevillian manufactory of La Trinidad de Seville. The crockery is from La Cartuja de Sevilla, and the silverware from Cagliari. The table is laid in the English way, on an individual tablecloth varnished in crimson and old gold.
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Monasterio de San Miguel * * * *
Virgen de los Milagros 27 , 11500 , Puerto de Santa Maria
Hotel Monasterio San Miguel was a former convent of the Cappuccinos, built in Sevillian Baroque style in 1733, by order of Don Luis de Salcedo y Azcona, the Archbishop of Seville. It is in the heart of the Puerto de Santa Maria de la Cruz, a city to the north of Cádiz (capital of this province). The prior settlement in this same location was the ancient Monastery, the port cited by Tolomeo, believed to have been destroyed during the Moslem invasion and later conquered by Fernando III (1250). It was Alfonso X who brought people back to live here in 1264 after fortifying the city. Since then, the new name of this town is Puerto de Santa Maria. And the Monasterio San Miguel, located right in the center of the town, is today a first class hotel with fine rooms and suites, all in keeping with the eighteenth century architecture. Nothing has been modernized per say in Monasterio San Miguel, except the addition of a bathroom in every room and the air conditioning, which is absolutely necessary in summer, specially in this part of Spain, being so far down South. The location of Monasterio San Miguel is very convenient and strategical to visit a lot of Andalucía.
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Hotel Duques de Medinaceli * * * * *
2, Plaza de los Jazmines , 11500 , Puerto de Santa Maria
Hotel Duques de Medinaceli has 19 Junior Suites and 8 Rooms that are in two buildings with a glass gallery built around a classic Andalusia patio. There are interconnecting Room and Junior Suites for families. Dating from the 17th Century and with additions and refurbishments over the years, it was originally the home of the Dukes of Medinaceli who were important citizens in the Port of Santa Maria. The palace was also once the home of the Terry family (Brandy Bodega). The superb restaurant Queen Isabel has a cuisine that focuses on the seafood and fish of the area, and also Andalusia traditional gastronomy, and is presided over by Chef Pedro ONeale. Although it is located in the centre of the city, the hotel has a private, peaceful feel to it. It is surrounded by beautiful gardens with very old trees, and has a small swimming pool, private parking, and sauna as well as a bar and exquisite restaurant. The town of El Puerto de Santa Maria is fascinating and provides a good chance to experience seaside town, with its many inexpensive and casual seafood restaurants.
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Hotel Maciá Alfaros * * * *
Calle Alfaros, 18 , 14001 , Cordoba
The Hotel Alfaros is situated in the historical, business and administrative centre of the city of Cordoba, next to the Barbican of the Roman Wall which marks the boundaries of the primitive village of La Axarquia. In the Hotel Alfaros you can find many details that remind you the artistic manifestations of Al-Andalus: geometric designs, mosaics, pillars and arches which among other elements make you recall the origins of this wonderful city, situated in the centre of Andalucia, and at a short distance from Sevilla, Malaga, Granada and Jaen. The Hotel Alfaros, a 4-star hotel, one of the best in Cordoba, offers an elegance and style which has been inspired by the Roman and Moorish influences so prevalent in this superb city - mosaics, arches, columns and pebbled floors, the look is vaguely Moorish, but it's merely the mock. A short distance from the mosque, the spacious Hotel Alfaros is well-placed for most sites in Cordoba as well as the modern commercial centre. The rooms of the Alfaros are extremely well-equipped and offer the facilities one would expect from this standard of hotel including king-sized beds & air-conditioning. You enter through a garage area, not a very attractive opening, but the Hotel Alfaros improves remarkably once you're inside. It's spacious and bright, with large public areas and floors of stone and marble set off against Mudéjar motifs.
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