Beautiful Stays in Spain

Aww Spain. Spain is fascinating! Although it’s one of the most popular destinations, it surprises travellers every time.

The Spaniards love visitors, hosting strangers, drinking good wine, laughing at a good meal and enjoying life. People aren’t in a rush here.And, as an added bonus, Spain is super cheap. It’s a very inexpensive country to visit.

The months of April, May, June, September, and October are very good for travel. Summer is quite hot, especially in inland cities like Seville, Cordoba, and Madrid.

Whenever you decide to explore this summer vibes country, you’ll need a comfortable stay to rest those feet and cool down to get ready for the nextbig adventure.

Here are a few topnotch stay options for your Spanish holiday.

Patio de la Cartuja

Seville is the capital of southern Spain’s Andalusia region and famous for flamenco dancing, particularly in its Triana neighborhood. This city disarms and seduces you. Its historic centre, lorded over by a colossal Gothic cathedral, is an intoxicating mix of resplendent Mudéjar palaces, baroque churches and winding medieval lanes. This is the city to be soaked in. You need the best of the best here (just not too expensive!) Imagine waking up and enjoying a delicious breakfast freshly prepared on the terrace of your own room. Mmmmmmm what a lovely start of the day.

Situated some five-minutewalk from the Isla Mágica and 15 minutes from the cathedral and the shopping centre of Sevilla, the Patio de la Cartuja accommodation is comprised of 34 apartments, each with its own bathroom, lounge with sofa, and a kitchen, air con and heating (so you can travel any season).Patio de la Cartuja also has a sun terrace if you need a solar recharge before another day in the city.

Citadines Prestige Ramblas Barcelona

Barcelona is an enchanting seaside city with boundless culture, fabled architecture and world-class drinking and dining experiences. Beyond being a very proud region that differs in many ways to the rest of Spain, there is also an active movement for its independence, as many Catalans (Barcelonian citizens) simply don’t consider this region, or Barcelona, to be part of Spain.While Barcelona is still a Spanish city, it’s worth checking out some of the mostincreíble accommodation here.Citadines Ramblas has everything you need for rest, work and play- in a comfortable living space that doubles up as a home or office with high speed internet access. Bonus! It features a fully-equipped kitchen and living room, so you can invite friends and family over after a long day of local exploration. The hotel offers 131 apartments in 2 wings with 115 two-person studios and 16 one-bedroom apartments that sleep 4 people.

Grandom Suites

This is a perfect stay for a business travel – ideally equipped for both short and long stays, with broadband Internet connection, fax, direct phone line and voice mailbox. One of the two bedrooms can be used as an office. Even if you don’t want to mix work and play you’ll still love this accommodation – it’s perfect for holidayers–its city-centre location close to tourist attractions, monuments and beaches will start off your city exploration. There is also a children’s playground right in front of the building. Added benefit: with two separate bedrooms and a fully equipped kitchen, children’s timetables (i.e. afternoon naps, bedtimes, you name it!) and meals are easier to organise. What a perfect stay!

There are so many more beautiful accommodation options in Spain. However, we know that you need only one – the right one. If you’d like to discover the perfect stay in Spain for you, just give us a call on 1800 242 353.