Spread all over the Iberian Peninsula, these top 5 aleternative hoteles in Spain are a must to discover. Continue reading to find out these unusual stays.
Marqués de Riscal Hotel
Since its unveiling in 2006, this masterpiece of architecture created by Frank Gehry has become a highly sought after contemporary, luxury retreat. Design, art, gastronomy, wine and the lush landscape all combine to create a memorable sojourn at the Hotel Marqués de Riscal in Elciego.
The hotel’s luxurious interior bears the unmistakable stamp of Gehry’s design. Tilted walls, zigzag windows, cathedral-height ceilings and a host of bespoke details create the impression of accommodation as a work of art in its 43 rooms & suites.
O Semaforo de Fisterra
There is no more iconic place in the Coast of Death Cape Finisterre, considered the end of the END OF THE WORLD. For thousands of years it was thought that beyond him there was only an aqueous chasm in which the sun turned off every night and through which came to a region of darkness inhabited by sea creatures.
Built in 1853, the former headquarters of monitoring marine, the semaphore has become a little paradise, a delicatessen hotel and restaurant Boutique in the Faro de Finisterre. O Semaforo has five exclusive rooms, an excellent restaurant, a charming café, a terrace overlooking endless and several corners to miss at the End of the World. The incredible views and sunsets, complete with wild storms and large waves days, foggy days in which the siren sounds hard Lighthouse, cow, that drags us to the past of legends…
Vivood Landscape Hotel
VIVOOD Landscape Hotel is a peaceful, adults-only getaway which offers visitors the opportunity to experience new sensations in an exclusive natural setting. Guests at this hotel near the Spanish city of Alicante stay in prefabricated cabins, which are raised off the ground to reduce their impact on the rugged landscape and enable views over the unspoiled valley. The accommodation units were intended to be eco-friendly with a unique, patented, fold-away design.
Walk the paths through the valley, chill by the infinity pool, breathe in the comforting, pure air and enjoy close contact with nature, sustainability and a healthy life in luxurious surroundings.
Los Caracoles Rural Hotel
Los Caracoles Rural Hotel offers panoramic views over the Axarquia area of Andalucía, on the Costa del Sol. It consists of cave-like buildings in spacious gardens, with a swimming pool.
Guests can enjoy beautiful views of the sea and mountains and over Frigiliana and Nerja at this unusual hotel. It lies 60 km from Málaga, 10 km from Nerja and 8 km from the village of Torrox within an area ideal for hiking.
Cabanes Als Arbres Hotel
Submerged in an ocean of branches in the northeast of Catalonia, in the enchanting county of La Selva, ten comfortable tree houses perfectly camouflage within the foliage, each named after a bird. Cabanes Als Arbres offers the pleasure of a stay in direct touch with the tree and its ecosystem, the adventure of an exile among the foliage, in a nest placed in the framework of the branches of a beautiful tree.
One of the great attractions of staying in a tree house is the feeling of freedom and privacy it offers. Everywhere you look, you feel surrounded by the ease of the chirping of birds, and the murmur of the forest. A truth somewhat misleading, since within a few meters emerges another of these wooden wonders or La Vileta country house.
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