Hotels - in Historic buildings in Andalucia

Hotels in historic buildings in Andalucia

Hotels in historic buildings in Andalucia are modern or traditioinal hotels housed in restored historic buildings. In the center of the towns and villages of Andalucia there are many beautiful 18th century 'señorial' houses and some have been converted into hotels. 

Many hotels in historic buildings highlight  Roman or Moorish artefacts discovered during restorationi works. Some hotels buildings have been reconstructed on Moorish foundations others have walls which used to be part of the medieval town or village's defensive walls.  

In most cases the substantial building structure is more recent, it is often difficult to establish the exact dates of the reconstructions. 

Here are examples of hotels in historic buildings in Andalucia:

Parador de Santa Catalina, Jaen - a rebuilt medieval castle.
Parador de Granada
Parador de Ubeda - 16th century palace.
Parador de Carmona
Parador de Arcos - 19th century building.
Parador de Gibralfaro, Malaga
Cortijo del Marquez, North of Granada - 19th Century farming estate with church.
El Rey Moro, Sevilla - 16th Century palace.
Hotel Dona Maria, Sevilla - foundations of 14th century palace.
Palacio de Santa Ines, Granada - 16th century mudéjar style. 
Palacio de Mariana Pineda, Granada - patio dated 1644.
El Ladron de Agua, Granada - 16th century noble house.
Hotel Boutique Palacio Pinello, Sevilla - late 15th century lodging.
Hotel Casa 1800, Granada - 16th century building.
El Palomar de la Brena, Ambrosia, El Palmar.
La Casa de Bovedas Charming Inn, Arcos.
El Ladrón De Agua Granada.
Hotel Las Casas de la Judería, Seville - Moorish reconstruction. 
Hotel Párraga Siete, Granada - 17th century classic house
Hospederia La Querencia, Bujulance - 19th century red brick town hall.
Maciá Monasterio de los Basilios, Granada
Hotel Palacio Garvey
Hostal la Fuente, Cordoba
Hotel Doña María, Sevilla
 Casa Palacio
Casa de Carmona
Hotel Boutique Convento
Cádiz Palacio las Manillas, Sabiote, Jaen
Las Casas de la Juderia, Cordoba
Monasterio de San Miguel, El Puerto de Santo Maria - 1727
Casa del Capital Nazari, Granada - 1503
Hotel Itaca, Jerez - 19th century
La Almoraima - 17th century convent
Monasterio de san francisco, Palma de Rio, Cordoba - 1492
Posade de Palacio, Sanlucar - 18th century palace
Vicci la Rabida, Seville - - 18th century palace
Hotel Castillo de Santa Catalina, Malaga - 1624
Hotel Puerto de la Luna, Baeza - 16th century
Molino de Arco, Ronda
Casa Grande, Arcos - 1700
Hacienda de San Rafael - 18th century estate

 

La Bobadilla

This five-star hotel, near Loja in Granada province, is world-famous; it has been described as a cross between a parador and a pueblo blanco. More >

Patio de los Patos

A 19th-century palace with a perfect blend of historic features and contemporary décor, plus an avant-garde wing of metal and glass. More >

Parador de Jaen

Also known as the Parador de Santa Catalina, this hotel is set in a restored castle overlooking the city of Jaen and mountains beyond. More >

Parador de Granada

The Granada Parador, also known as the Parador de San Francisco, has an enviable setting: it is located inside the world-famous Alhambra. More >

Palacio del Bailio

Luxury boutique hotel in a converted 16th-century palace, located within the UNESCO World Heritage-recognised heart of Moorish Cordoba, a stone’s throw from the Mezquita. More >

Gran Hotel Miramar

The hotel is 1 minute walk from the beach. Offering a seasonal outdoor pool and sun terrace and is set in Málaga in the Andalucía Region.
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Palacio de Ubeda

Luxurious historic hotel in a 16th-century palacewith contemporary styling, spa and rooftop pool.
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Historic hotels in Andalucia

The 'grande dames', where the hotel's name and brand is historic and famous. These hotels hold their place in history for their historic guests, their historic stories and the historic events, that have taken place at the hotel over the years.

The building itself may be a reformation or even a complete rebuild of the original. Andalucia.com like famoushotels.org designate a 50 year age as a cut off for inclusion as an historic hotel of Andalucia. More>

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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