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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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Hotel Me, Barcelona

It might not be smack bang in the Barri Gòtic, but the Hotel Me —a slightly askew, retro glass tower designed by French architect Dominique Perrault...more

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Hotel Meninas, Madrid

Out of all the city's new design hotels, this is the one that most carefully blends old and new, keeping an eye on its architectural past while still creating...more

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Hotel Murmuri, Barcelona

British designer Kelly Hoppen's contemporary, Eastern-nuanced hand is evident throughout Hotel Murmuri, a new six-floor hotel in the Eixample. But her style is...more

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Hotel Neptuno, Valencia

In perfect proximity to the new Port America's Cup marina, the Neptuno brings a dash of stylish modernity to Valencia's four-mile beachfront promenade. A...more

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Hotel Neri, Barcelona

This lavishly restored 18th-century palace opened in 2003 in the Barri Gòtic. Decor in the 22 rooms—each inspired by a different local artist whose...more

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Hotel Niza, San Sebastián, Spain

Hotel Niza offers affordable, no-frills comfort in San Sebastián's most sought-after location overlooking the Concha beach. The 40 guest rooms (18 with a...more

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Hotel Omm, Barcelona

This 59-room hotel in the Eixample is Rosa María Esteva's first foray into the hotel world (she's the wildly successful restaurateur behind the Tragaluz...more

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Hotel Orfila, Madrid

This classically styled Relais & Châteaux boutique hotel in an 1880s mansion, located in a quiet residential area near Colon Square, has a relentless...more

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Hotel Palacio de Aiete, San Sebastián

If you crave peace and quiet and don't mind renting a car, head for this hotel in a sedate hillside neighborhood of San Sebastián. Opened in 2002, the...more

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Hotel Palau de la Mar, Valencia

At long last, Valencia has a five-star boutique hotel to call its own. The Palau de la Mar occupies two handsome late-19th-century palacetes (town houses), just...more

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