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Where to stay in Spain -The best hotels in Spain

Posted on 14 May 2018 by admin (0)

Europe is not exactly the are that comes to mind when planning a beach-themed trip. Or at least a trip to stave off the cold weather off your shoulders. Then again you are reminded of how Spain is found at the Iberian peninsula and how some areas by the coast have become ideal tourist destinations.

AC Hotel Sevilla Forum by Marriot

Yes, a Marriot hotel in one of the top business districts found in the city of Sevilla. Most Spain frequenters found themselves in this hotel after participating in a business conference. You know how some of those conferences got everything covered from the hotel reservation to the convention center attendance to the event space allotted for the after party tete-a-tete. If that conference is staged in Sevilla, chances are this is the hotel where guests will be booked.

Other tourists with time to kill after attending the conference found this hotel helpful to their quest to explore the city further. They must have gotten the ideas in the middle of the trip since AC Hotel Sevilla Forum by Marriot is just 10 kilometers away from the San Pablo International Airport and found by the intersection of the motorway to Madrid. Within walking distance is a cafe serving cakes and tea – a nice spot to hang around after shopping around the same vicinity.

Hotel Vora Fira

Now for some of the tourists attending events staged at the Trade Fair Grounds located in the city of Valencia, Hotel Vora Fira comes first to mind. This is the 4-star hotel that a friend recommended to me after comparing residential maid service in Riverside, CA and hotel maid service found in this hotel. Very modern hotel just like its other target market – technopreneurs with events or conferences to attend at Ciudad De Las Artes Y Ciencias. After attending events at either the Trade Fair Grounds or at the Ciudad, most of their patrons would take a dip by La Malvarrosa Beach.

Onsite, it has a restaurant that serves authentic Mediterranean cuisine. And what better way to enjoy it by dining in Valencia itself. Coffee and other beverages are served 24 hours a day. A pleasant surprise to the more artistically inclined clientele is the art gallery, a tourist genre often associated with the city of Madrid but still catered to in this hotel. What made this hotel even easier to locate is how close it is to the Valencia Airport – just a 4-kilometer drive.

Hotel Las Arenas

This is the hotel destination for other tourists that would love to explore the city of Valencia right from the heart of Poblats Maritims, the center of this modern city. The city center is only 4 kilometers away, not that far when you realize how walking around this city will keep you preoccupied with all the sights and sounds. This spot doubles as a landmark for the other high-profile destinations and as a place to stay for events and attractions staged in the same spots. If your itinerary includes Ciudad or its other prominent tourist hotspot, Oceanografic, then Hotel Las Arenas is the right landmark to use as a starting point.

So checking out some hotels in the hotter spots in Spain helps in planning out your itinerary with any of these spots as starting points. Whether you just got into either of these cities through the planned conferences or because you took advantage of a group rate applicable on certain destinations, these hotels should be on the top of your list when finding areas to stay for the night or two.