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Since its unveiling in 2006, this masterpiece created by Frank Gehry to house the Hotel Marqués de Riscal winery, has become a highly sought after contemporary, luxury retreat. Design, art, gastronomy, wine and the lush landscape all combine to create a memorable stay in Elciego, The City of Wine.

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Set against the backdrop of a traditional Spanish village, Viura is an architecturally flamboyant, modern hotel with dramatic mountain views of the Sierra de Cantabria.  With a fine dining restaurant, a bar, a wine cellar and a gym, this avant-garde hotel is the perfect place to relax and unravel the mysteries of the Rioja Alavesa […]

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Set amongst vineyards and olive groves, Finca de los Arandinos offers impressive views of the La Rioja countryside.  Designed and decorated by the well-known fashion designer David Delfín, it offers luxurious accommodation in a sophisticated atmosphere.

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Located on Bilbao´s Golden Mile, Hotel Miró is the perfect place to get to know the city. Decorated by Barcelona fashion designer Antonio Miró, it is ideally positioned opposite the Guggenheim, offering stunning views of the world famous museum.

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Photograph of the Caro Hotel

Caro Hotel is located in the Seu-Xerea neighbourhood in the heart of the city of Valencia. Housed in a 19th century palace with features dating back to ancient times, the hotel sits in contrast to the famous City of Arts and Sciences that’s just a short walk away.

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Photograph of the Hotel La Escondida pool

A Moorish building that’s well over 100 years old, Hotel La Escondida sits in proud command of its own 500-acre estate. Take in the stunning surrounding landscape and the endless blue of a perfect Spanish sky as you lie by the outdoor pool or sip a local wine on one of the sprawling terraces.

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Photograph of the hosteria de mont-sant dining area

Located in one of the most incredible landscapes in the south of Valencia, Hosteria de Mont-Sant sits below Xativa’s castle and is surrounded by a great natural spot. Its 16,000m of gardens, full of orange blossom and jasmine make the hotel a peaceful paradise.

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Photograph of the Hospes Amerigo Entrance

Located in the historical heart of the City of Light, Hospes Amerigo is an old black friar’s convent which has been completely refurbished into a luxury hotel full of architectural beauty. Enjoy impressive views of the Santa Barbara Castle from the rooftop and relax in the Bodyna spa.

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Photograph of L'And Vineyards at night

Set in a unique landscape defined by vineyards and a lake, L’AND Vineyards is an exclusive country club integrating modern architecture with nature, whilst providing an atmosphere of understated luxury, natural beauty, peace and tranquillity.

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Photograph of the M’Ar De Ar Aqueduto Hotel pool area

M`AR De AR Aqueduto is the five star hotel of Évora, a city classified by UNESCO as World Heritage. The building, previously known as the Sepulveda Palace, is a magnificent construction of the 16th century, and still keeps a beautiful chapel, dome ceilings and a set of three Manueline windows on the main façade.

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Photograph of the Herdade do Sobroso hotel pool area

A rich land in a harmonious landscape, Herdade do Sobroso is bordered by the Serra de Mendro to the north, by the River Guadiana to the east and to the south by a vast plain that extends until the eye can see.

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Photograph of the Alentejo Marmoris Hotel & Spa entrance

Situated in the heart of the Alentejo region, the Marmòris Hotel & Spa is one of the most luxurious new hotels of Portugal. Owned by a family that for generations has worked in the marble industry, the hotel is a museum dedicated to the trade and a symbol of the local history.

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Photograph of the Pousada do Crato rooftop terrace

Experience Portugal’s medieval heritage at Pousada Mosteiro do Crato. In this castellated monastery, the classic and the contemporary merge into a remarkable work carefully crafted by Portuguese architect, Carillho da Graça.

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Photograph of the Herdade de Cortesia hotel

Situated near Maranhão Lake, Herdade de Cortesia is spectacularly designed, paying homage to the nature that surrounds it. Relax by the outdoor pool, stroll by the lake, or take in a spot of water-skiing or rowing. You might even catch a glimpse of the international rowing crews that regularly train there.

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Photograph of the Porto Bay Liberdade entrance

Situated in Rua Rosa Araújo, Porto Bay Liberdade is just 30 metres from Avenida da Liberdade, the most luxurious avenue in Portugal and right in the city centre. Built by Architect Frederico Valsassina, the hotel still features the historic façade of the palaces of Lisbon from the turn of the 20th Century.

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Photograph of the Hostal dos Reis Catolicos garden

The Hostal dos Reis Católicos is a blend of history, art and tradition.  Located on Obradoiro Square near the cathedral, it creates an area of spectacular beauty in one of the most visited provincial capitals in the world.

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Photograph of the Pazo Santa Maria

The charming country house of Pazo Santa María was built in the 18th-century and is set in 35,000m of beautiful gardens.  Close to the town of Arzúa the hotel offers a peaceful and comfortable environment just moments away from the Camino trail.

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Photograph of the Casa Grande de Fervenza

An idyllic and fascinating retreat in the Terras do Mino nature reserve, Casa Grande de Fervenza is a charming 17th century mill hidden away next to the fast flowing river Mino.

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Photograph of the privately owned vineyard accommodation in Privately Owned Vineyard in Molinaseca

This exclusive, privately owned wine estate is the perfect place to relax after a days cycling.  Tour the vineyard and dine on the terrace sampling the local produce and the estate’s excellent wine.

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Photograph of the Via de la Plata

This stylish spa hotel is just a short walk from the city centre of Astorga where Antoni Gaudí’s Catedral de Santa María de Astorga and the 19th century Palacio Episcopal both sit.

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Photograph of the Parador Hostal de San Marcos

This five star parador was originally a monastery founded in the 12th century to provide lodging for the pilgrims travelling to Santiago de Compostela. It’s one of the most important historic structures in the city, and one of the most iconic Renaissance buildings in all of Spain.

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