Are you the type of European traveler that likes to stay away from the ‘big hotels’? Small inns and paradores of Spain are perfect for the traveler who wants a more local experience. Spanish paradores are hotels for luxury accommodation in castles, palaces, fortresses, convents, monasteries and other historic buildings. Many are on small winding streets with only pedestrian traffic, and can have as many as thirty or as little as a dozen rooms. Often these inns take on the distinct style and ambience of the local area, with local tiles and hand-carved windows and doors.
Sounds incredible, right? Let me help you with your travel plans to Spain! I have traveled there and am Spanish Tourist Board Certified. All rooms that I book are ensuite and many include breakfast. The tapas bars, cathedrals and main sightseeing are all minutes away from the front entrances. The average double room rate for these fine establishments is often about 100 Euros per night, but because of the inns’ small size the rooms need to be booked well in advance to avoid disappointment.
Spain is still one of Europe’s hottest destinations. The sights are well preserved. The food and wines are some of the best in the world. And the traditions still remain that give it that old world feel. I would love to help you explore Spain, with all its small inns and paradores.
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