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Begins 2014, and a year, I could not stay without publishing the list of best hotels in Spain. As always, I have taken into account the total rating Ratings Booking.com.

Same as last year, seems that more and more people prefer to stay at luxury hotels, romantic or rural rather than five-star hotels or chain. And that new hotels with an aesthetic and services each year arise manicured, and only with them makes you want to travel there to enjoy himself.

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Best Hotels in Andalucia:

  • Almería:
  1. Casa Rural Cerro La Gorra (Agua Amarga)
  2. Hostal El Olivar (Mojácar)
  3. Hotel-Apartment Carolina y Vanessa (San Jose)
  • Cádiz:
  1. Bed The Vestibule (Jimena de la Frontera)
  2. Villa Mathesis (Zahara)
  3. Atlantic House (Rattan)
  • Cordova:
  1. Plaza Apartments in Austria (Cordova)
  2. My House in Córdoba (Cordova)
  3. Casa Rural Azahar (Priego de Córdoba)

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Since its release a little over a year ago the list of the best hotels in Spain 2011 is the entry with more daily blog visits, so I forced myself to stop dragged its feet and to update the list before the end of this year. Once more, I have taken into account the total rating Ratings Booking.com.

This year I especially noticed a change in hotel trends, years since while larger hotels and chains predominated, often with high prices, this year have crept into the list quite charming hotels, Most family, and more reasonable prices. Anyway, have all looked great and I'm looking to stay in one of them, What about you with what ye quedaríais? Have you been in any of them?

Best Hotels in Andalucia:

  • Almería:
  1. My Grandmother Mary Bed (Mojácar)
  2. Hotel-Apartment Carolina y Vanessa (San Jose)
  3. Put the Candle (Pannier)
  4. Casa Rural Cerro La Gorra (Agua Amarga)
  5. Sale El Museo (Lucainena)

Last 21 September Shopping River opened in Valladolid, becoming the sixth largest mall in Spain. Located in Arroyo de la Commit, including IKEA, the mall has 124 local open, 107 of which are commercial shops, 16 cafeteria and restaurants and a cinema with 10 rooms and 1.700 seats. All these facilities generate a volume of 1.600 direct jobs and 400 Indirect, to which must be added the 2.400 job positions arising during the construction period, published as El Norte de Castilla. Next to nothing.

The last time I was in Valladolid was about two years ago, and last week I was lucky to find a flight back to London for just 20 euros (viva Ryanair, whatever they say!), así que me metí un madrugón el día antes de mi vuelo y me fui para allá a recordar mis tiempos universitarios 🙂

In the morning visit to Campo Grande, chocolate with churros, Flea of ​​the best ham in the world, and reeds in the mythical penicillin. No one plans as my friend L! And in the evening, MIS meeting with friends turismiólogas 5 years after finishing the race! As had just open the Shopping Rio was pretty clear what had to go, Huh?

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*Would not you rather have a look at the updated list of Best Hotels in Spain 2014? Just click here.

In November 2009 publish the list of the best hotels in Spain at that time, and since this post is one of the most visited receives each day, I thought it would be nice to update. So I present the list of hotels rated by users lWeb bookings Booking sorted into autonomous communities and provinces:

Best Hotels in Andalucia:

  • Almería:
  1. Sale El Museo (Lucainena)
  2. Hospice Rural Los Palmitos (El Pozo de los Frailes)
  3. Hotel Valhalla Spa (Carboneras)
  4. Hotel El Trébol (Carboneras)
  5. Hostal San Antonio (Carboneras)
  • Cádiz:
  1. Casa Grande (Jerez de la Frontera)
  2. In ... (Vejer de la Frontera)
  3. Conil trap (Conil de la Frontera)
  4. Hotel Chancillería (Jerez de la Frontera)
  5. Hipotels Flamenco Conil (Conil de la Frontera)

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I imagine that by now you've probably summer vacation gone (surely to the beach), but if you are someone who can not leave because you need to work or because the crisis has given you full, or just want to keep putting tan, we suggest a much closer and cheaper alternative: river beaches (the bathing areas),a phenomenon that is growing in inland areas such as Castilla y León and want to bring you as it can still take some time to give a swim and sunbathe. Read the rest of this entry »

The more growing passion for technology more towns and cities and recall past characters wear their streets and typical products of the medieval period. The list of medieval markets in our country is endless, and in squares and castles municipalities take advantage of these dates to relive the days of Camelot and King Arthur.

If you like medieval markets is a website you need to know: mercadosmedievales.net, although Read the rest of this entry »

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