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Andalusia’s Best Hotels: Our Guide To Where To Stay In The Spanish Region

Flamenco, bullfighting, white-washed villages, tempting tapas, Andalusian horses, sun-drenched beaches, many claim Andalusia is the soul of Spain. For those yet to experience this historic, and breathtakingly beautiful region, we’ve rounded up the Lux Nomade-approved hotels, including some of our favourite properties where we’ve stayed, for when visiting this extraordinary corner of Spain…

Finca Cortesin

Finca Cortesin Casares

A well-hidden gem for any discerning traveller looking for sophistication, privacy and ultimate luxury this will be far from an ordinary hotel stay. Situated a mile back from the ocean just outside the small coastal settlement of Casares, Finca Cortesin is only a 50-minute drive from Malaga airport and 25 minutes from Gibraltar, located at the very tip of Spain in Andalucia.

Arriving at the property which is set in a vast 532-acre estate surrounded by lush golf greens and a stunning mountain backdrop, the main gate takes guests to either the hotel, golf course/club or the residential properties. Driving up to a beautiful Andalucian courtyard my guest and I are greeted by a valet who swiftly unloads our suitcases and parks the car within seconds. Entering the property we are imminently impressed. The reception area is luxurious and spacious with crisp white walls, dark wooden furniture, colourful fabrics and decorated with fresh flowers.

Read Lux Nomade’s full review here.

For more information and bookings visit www.fincacortesin.com

Corral Del Rey Seville, Seville

Surrounded by a labyrinth of winding, cobblestone streets in Seville’s historic quarter, Corral del Rey is an elegant and funky thirteen-room hotel in a building that dates from the 17th century.

The hotel is spread over three buildings incorporating 16 bedrooms and a Penthouse Suite. The bedrooms are divided into 5 categories: superior, deluxe, junior suite, pool terrace suite and penthouse suite. Each room has its own creative design in which interior designer Kuky Mora-Figueroa has stamped her individual and particularly appealing style, combining an eclectic mix of ancient and modern.

Read Lux Nomade’s full review here.

For more information and bookings visit www.corraldelrey.com

Hospes Las Casas Del Rey De Baeza, Seville

Hospes Las Casas Del Rey De Baeza, Seville

Located in the narrow lanes of Seville’s old quarters Hospes Las Casas Del Rey De Baeza is a chic, contemporary Andalucian boutique hotel with gorgeous courtyards, elegant rooms and a stunning rooftop pool.

Built in the 18th century this stunning restoration of a classic white and mustard-coloured Andalucian building located in the heart of the old town of Seville offers 41 modern rooms including five suites. The rooms are modern and spacious with white walls, iron beds, modern art pieces and stone-tiled floors. The beds have Egyptian cotton bed linens as well as a pillow menu. There is free wi-fi throughout the hotel and a nice touch is the help-yourself baskets full of Seville’s famous oranges.

Read Lux Nomade’s full review here.

For more information and bookings visit www.hospes.com/es/sevilla-casas_rey_baeza/

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Andalusia's best hotels

Hospes Palacio del Bailío, Córdoba

Not many hotels are built directly above ancient ruins dating back to the Romans. Heavily inspired by the Moors, Hospes Palacio del Bailio located in the historical heart of Cordoba offers a unique hotel experience where ancient architecture meets modern food with an Asian-inspired cuisine.

Declared a world heritage site, Hospes Palacio del Bailio opened its doors in 2007 after three years of careful restoration of three main buildings and five patios which were originally a palace from the 16th century.

The hotel has been carefully refurbished and the architecture inspired by the Moors together with the old Roman remains has been beautifully recreated by interior designer Maipi Esteban. All details have been thought of including the room number signs which are in Guadameci, an ancient art form of painted leather.

Read Lux Nomade’s full review here. 

For more information and bookings visit www.designhotels.com

METT Hotel & Beach Resort Marbella

Spacious yet intimate, grown-up yet playful, METT Hotel & Beach Resort Marbella delights couples, groups of friends, families and inter-generational travellers with laidback luxury, excellent service, and beautiful design. Lux Nomade recently checked into the brand-new beach-side property for a weekend of sophistication mixed with casual luxury…

METT Hotel & Beach Resort Marbella – Social Living, a new 5-star resort nestled between Marbella and Estepona on ‘the new Golden Mile’ opened its doors in August this year (2023). The beachside resort offers unpretentious luxury, outstanding F&B offerings, refined guest rooms with spectacular sea-view, top-class facilities and amenities such as the 52-meter outdoor swimming pool, and an impressive Spa.

Read Lux Nomade’s full review here.

For more information and bookings visit mettsocialliving.com

Andalusia's best hotels

Kempinski Hotel Bahia Marbella

With three outdoor swimming pools, award-winning tropical gardens, a newly renovated spa and impressive restaurants, Kempinski Hotel Bahia Marbella is a luxurious one-stop shop on Costa Del Sol perfect for a relaxing, comfortable and enjoyable holiday. 

Kempinski Hotel Bahia Marbella is a 5-minute drive from the centre of Estepona, the world-famous Marbella can be reached in 20 minutes by car, and Malaga Airport is 73 km away. The location puts the resort only two hours away from most Andalusian cities, and is just a short ferry ride away from Tangier, Morocco, for those looking to explore the area further. Tucked away next to the A7 highway, the large 5-star resort enjoys a privileged position right by the golden beach with beautiful views of the azure Mediterranean Sea.

Read Lux Nomade’s full review here.

For more information and bookings visit https://www.kempinski.com/en/hotel-bahia

Andalusia's best hotels

Anantara Villa Padierna Palace Benahavís Marbella Resort

This is where golf enthusiasts, sun-seekers, young families, couples and retirees head for a luxurious escape. The dusty pink palatial villa is home to world-class facilities, upscale gastronomy and one of Europe’s largest spas. 

Located in Spain’s most southern region Andalusia, between Marbella, Benahavís, and Estepona (known as the Golden Triangle), Anantara Villa Padierna Palace is nestled on the Costa del Sol, ten minutes inland a short drive from the world-famous coastline.

The majestic palatial-villa resort was acquired by Anantara Hotels & Resorts in 2019 is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World and the hotel group’s first European property. Situated inside a gated urbanization, the ‘Tuscan Villa’ is surrounded by a magnificent golf course, upmarket properties, scenic mountains, and a large lake overlooking the sea making it very unique.

Read Lux Nomade’s full review here.

For more information and bookings visit anantara.com

Andalusia's best hotels

Gran Hotel Miramar, Malaga

Following a 65m Euros investment, Gran Hotel Miramar in Malaga underwent a complete overhaul and was re-launched in the spring of 2017. The landmark historic building has, since opening its doors, established itself as one of Europe’s foremost grand and glamorous hotels.

Located in the centre of Malaga, in the area of Caleta right on the seaside promenade, this majestic hotel designed by celebrated Spanish architect Fernando Guerrero Strachan offers a stunning view of the city and complete seaside grandeur with both elegance and comfort.

Read Lux Nomade’s full review here. 

For more information and bookings visit http://www.granhotelmiramarmalaga.com/en/

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