Be prepared to be spellbound on a luxury holiday in Spain, its mosaic of landscapes, culinary delights and rich heritage ablaze with an indomitable fiery spirit.

Go beyond the dated stereotypes of sand, sangria and sun-preaching siestas to discover the real Spain. This is a European country hiding a tapas-style tapestry of of scenery, from the snow-dusted Pyrenees to the sleepy hill-perched villages of southern Spain and the many cities built by great civilisations of the past. These landscapes are infused with what locals call duende, a spirit that has fired the creative juices of the likes of Gaudí, Picasso and Goya.

This passion makes a Spain itinerary unlike anywhere else. Whether you’re on a luxury family holiday to Spain or a honeymoon in Spain, a luxury holiday here is filled with moments of pure belleza, like the fervor of a flamenco performance or a full-throttle fiesta. Mind you, life is like one big fiesta here and our Travel Designers will make sure you’re at the top of the guestlist.


Legendary empires have come and gone, each one leaving their own indelible stitching on Spain’s cultural fabric. Every visit will cough up Moorish mosques, grand cathedrals and Roman ruins that have all stood the test of time. Today, their architectural prowess starkly remains and will leave your jaw hanging wide open.

Spain’s rulers may have changed hands over the centuries but one thing has stayed steadfast: the country’s obsession with food and wine. A local’s day revolves around their stomach, from long, lazy lunches to light tapas bites as the sun sets – a perfect end to any romantic holiday in Spain. It’s easy to taste your way throughout the country, whether it’s pintxos in the Basque Country, big-pan paella in Barcelona or the bustling tapas bars of Madrid. Whether it’s through your eyes, belly or spirit, you’ll realise Spain is far more diverse than it’s given credit for.


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    Luxury Spain holidays & honeymoons

    Let us inspire you with our luxury Spain holidays & honeymoons. All our holidays are tailor-made, this means you can completely customise your itinerary to suit your interests and preferences. If you have a specific idea in mind or just want to chat through your options, we’d love to hear from you so please get in touch.

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    Cultural charms of Andalucía

    In many ways, Andalucía is Spanish duende at its most intense. It’s where flamenco is its most passionate, fiestas at their most fervent. But it’s also a sizzling marinade of Christian and Islamic influences and this fourteen-day trip will show you how this cultural melting pot has made Andalucía one of Spain’s most enchanting regions.


    Unique experiences in Spain

    Hop between the tapas bars of Madrid

    If you want an immediate introduction into Spanish cuisine, then the capital of Madrid is one of your best bets. There’s only one proper way to explore the city and that’s via a tapas bar crawl, hopping between samplings in your quest to try the country’s most authentic small eats. Eat patatas bravas, gambas al ajillo, croquetas and more – your stomach will thank you later.

    Marvel at Andalucía’s Moorish architecture

    The Moors ruled Andalucía for the best part of eight hundred years and they’ve left behind a string of architectural masterpieces that are focal points in the cities they lord over. Córdoba has its Mezquita, once the world’s largest mosque, while Seville has its magnificent Real Alcázar. The peak of Moorish grandeur, however, belongs to Granada’s Alhambra, a sprawling hilltop fortress that will leave you enthralled.

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    Hospes Palacio del Bailío, Córdoba

    You’ll be staying in a little slice of history at Hospes Palacio del Bailío, as this urban retreat is set within a sixteenth-century former mansion on top of the ruins of a Roman villa. This creates a mish-mash of influences, from the expertly carved Moorish gates to the frescoes inspired by Tuscan artists. But the fact it was once home to royalty means you can be certain that historic grandeur and class will ooze from every inch of its courtyards, geranium-dressed balconies and marble corridors.


    Hospes Puerta de Alcalá, Madrid

    Housed in a grandiose townhouse in the capital’s upmarket Salamanca district and near El Retiro, once a leafy park exclusively reserved for royalty, Hospes Puerta de Alcalá is in one of Madrid’s smartest locales. Featuring interiors inspired by the nineteenth Bourbon Restoration, the hotel’s calm aura and muted colours exude a soothing atmosphere that’s always pleasing to return to after exploring the city. Its Bodyna Spa is a restorative sanctuary that’s among the best in the city.


    Hospes Palacio de los Patos, Granada

    In many ways Hospes Palacio de los Patos is Granada in microcosm. It comprises two distinctly different buildings: one is a nineteenth century lemon-yellow palace and the other is a futuristic alabaster structure and the rooms themselves are a mix of smart loft-style or laced with palatial grandeur. The well-manicured gardens are a welcome city oasis, especially after a busy day exploring – the city’s cathedral is only a ten-minute walk away, the Alhambra only twenty minutes on foot.


    Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza, Seville

    Beginning life as a corral de vecinos (shared courtyard house) in Seville’s Old Town in the 18th century, Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza hasn’t changed too much. The string of cobbled patios, stone millstones and ochre-yellow and white façade are still there but inside it’s had a tasteful contemporary uplift with wrought-iron bedframes, modern art and marble-tile bathrooms. Baskets of help-yourself oranges, lemon trees and banana palms remind you of its farmhouse origins, reaffirming this is Andalucían rustic-chic at its finest.


    Parador de Málaga Gibralfaro, Málaga

    Parador de Málaga Gibralfaro offers the best of both worlds: excellent views of the city and the Mediterranean Sea, both made even better from the rooftop pool. With the Moorish Gibralfaro castle as its next-door neighbour, the hotel really feels like a hill-perched outpost where you can gaze out over your kingdom. The proximity of the Mediterranean makes it into the food, with Parador’s restaurant conjuring up specialities like oven-baked hake and gazapachuelo (tomato soup with monkfish and king prawns).

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