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Hotels in Spain range from indulgent old-world palaces to ultraminimalist boutique accommodations, from quaint bed-and-breakfasts to grand villas. For atmosphere, you can't beat the converted convents, castles, and manor houses that dot Spain's cities and countryside, including those run by the government's Parador Hotels (www.parador.es), with period decor, picturesque settings, and restaurants with an emphasis on regional cuisine. One of the most spectacular is the Parador de Granada, located in a 15th-century convent inside the Alhambra. City centers have their share of palaces-turned-hotels, too; Madrid's Hotel Orfila retains the opulent air of a 19th-century mansion.

Standard business-style hotels are giving way to smaller and more personalized boutique hotels in Spain. Whether sleek and packed with the latest technology, like Valencia's Chill Art Hotel Jardín Botanico, or humbler family-run affairs like Barcelona's Hostal L'Antic Espai, these character-filled hotels tend to favor central locations over spacious quarters. In the most elite, gastronomy is an essential part of the experience, but many of Spain's smaller hotels skip restaurants entirely. Another popular urban trend is the destination hotel, as in Barcelona's Hotel Omm, which brings locals and tourists together with a see-and-be-seen bar, café, restaurant, nightclub, and spa.

In the Spanish countryside, casas rurales, or rural houses, are the accommodation of choice. The abandonment of many farms and country estates over the past few decades has led to a boom in rural tourism and an increase in cozy bed-and-breakfasts. There's an enormous price and quality range out there, but the best B&Bslike San Joan de Binissaida in Menorcaare small and family-run, with large rooms, inviting common areas, sunny patios, and excellent kitchens serving hearty local cuisine.

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Aimia, Port de Sóller, Mallorca

The first chic modern hotel in Port de Sóller, a beachside property next to the pretty, parochial Mallorcan town of Sóller, opened in June 2004. The...more

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Atzaró, Santa Eulalia del Río, Ibiza

This beautiful rural hotel, opened in 2004, is a restored 100-year-old farmhouse in a long, wide valley surrounded by rolling hills, fields of clover, and...more

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Barceló Raval, Barcelona

Barcelona's Raval district—a central neighborhood just off Las Ramblas—has seen the most aggressive regeneration in the city over the past decade....more

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Biniarroca, San Luis, Menorca

Located in the heart of Menorca's "Golden Triangle" (one of the island's most exclusive areas), Biniarroca is the creation of two British women (one an artist,...more

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Bonic Guesthouse

A little charmer brimming with potted palms, colorful tiled floors, and Moroccan textiles, the eight-room Bonic is the sort of B&B you would expect to see...more

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Cap Rocat, Cala Blava

Complete with a drawbridge and crenellations, Cap Rocat occupies a former military fortress on a spectacular cliffside site on the Bay of Palma, a 20-minute...more

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Carmen del Cobertizo, Granada

Perfectly positioned just a few steps from the Albaicín's main riverside thoroughfare, this small hotel was built as a family home by owner Lorena Padilla...more

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Casa Camper, Barcelona

The latest brand extension from the ever-growing Mallorcan cobbler, Casa Camper is as idiosyncratic as the company's offbeat shoes. Designed under the exacting...more

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Casa del Capitel Nazari, Granada

This hotel is a fine restoration of a Morisco-era house (Morisco was the name given to Muslims who stayed on after the conquest). It's like having your own...more

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Casa de Madrid, Madrid

As an aristocrat, art curator, and interior designer, Doña Marta Medina is perfect for the role of hostess of one of the most gorgeous small hotels in...more

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