Best 5-Star Hotels in Spain

Best 5-Star Hotels in Spain
 
 
 
 

Maybe you've been to Spain so often that you want to enjoy your holiday in luxury. Perhaps you're planning on taking someone special on a summer holiday. Whatever your reason for a five-star break, you'll want to get the most for your money. Maybe you're considering an all-inclusive resort. If so, a five-star break makes a lot of sense. Why skimp on the food and drink while you enjoy the amenities of a five-star resort?

Don Carlos Leisure Resort & Spa

The best times to stay in Don Carlos Leisure Resort & Spa is late spring and early autumn. If you're heading to Northern Spain, the peak months are July and August, and central Spain is best in May or October, but for Southern Spain, spring and autumn are the best seasons. The majority of reviews on TripAdvisor rank the place as excellent. This seafront hotel offers a heated pool and tennis courts for the most active among us, and butler services and couples' massages for those who want to kick back and relax.

Hotel 1898

If you're planning on spending time in Barcelona, book into Hotel 1898 and you won't be disappointed. It's right in the centre of the city and offers amenities including two swimming pools and a spa. Make sure you take a Colonial Suite which comes with a private terrace and you'll get the most out of this oasis in the heart of Barcelona. If you're in town for business, this is the hotel to book into. They make guests feel relaxed and rested.

Iberostar Selection Playa De Muro Village

If you'd like to holiday in Mallorca rather than the Spanish mainland, book yourself into Iberostar Selection Playa De Muro Village. Food lovers will enjoy the Gust restaurant. Head to SPA Sensations when you need to retreat from the world. And your kids will enjoy every minute they spend at Monkey Club where all sorts of games and activities can be enjoyed. Guests have direct access to six restaurants and three bars. There's a chill-out zone, outdoor pools for children and adults, a fitness centre, tennis courts and facilities for cyclists.

Only YOU Boutique Hotel Madrid

Heading to Madrid? Why not stay at Only YOU? This boutique hotel will make your stay interesting. The building used to a palace, so the owners have gone to a lot of expense to make sure the interior reflects the exterior. The Lazaro Rosa Violan designed interior complements the building perfectly. The hotel is a few metres from Paseo de Recoletos and the Chueca neighbourhood and comes with all the amenities you could want.

Insotel Punta Prima Resort & Spa

Head to the Balearic Islands to enjoy this five-star hotel where you'll find lush gardens surrounding two-storey Menorcan style buildings that look out to a sea view. The hotel is just 300 metres from the beach of Punta Prima, 4km from San Luis village and 10km from Mahon airport. There are three outdoor pools, four restaurants and three bars. You'll find Prestige Spa, a gym and sports facilities at this hotel, as well as a 760-seater conference hall. All rooms have a lounge area with a sofa bed, flat-screen TVs, kitchenettes and air conditioning.

To Consider Before Your Purchase

Don’t discount three or four-star hotels or you’ll miss out on some of Spain’s quirkier places to stay like the music themed Hotel Amadeus in Sevilla.

Our Notes

  • According to data on statista.com, five-star hotels in Spain are twice as expensive per night than four-star places.
  • In 2018, 13 million Brits chose Spain as their holiday destination. That’s roughly 11 million more than any other country.

What Do They Say on Other Sites

“We spent a wonderful short stay in this hotel. The offer of wellness / spa, sports and food is top! The location is very nice, directly at the sea.” (Robert from Switzerland reviewing Don Carlos Leisure Resort & Spa on TripAdvisor)

“This is perfect for a family holiday, great staff and great services.” (Dylan reviewing Insotel Punta Prima Resort & Spa on Tripadvisor)

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