The prestigious Condé Nast Johansens guide includes recommendations for 212 luxury establishments around the world, 16 of which are in Spain.
Condé Nast, the publisher of the highly-acclaimed travel magazine, has published its global guide to independent hotels, which includes the best luxury accommodations: Condé Nast Johansens: Luxury Hotels 2021. Of the 212 exclusive establishments on the list, 16 are in Spain.
According to Condé Nast Johansens, the guide registers “a total of 212 luxury hotels aimed at both the traditional traveller, loyal to the brand for years, and the 25 to 40-year-old traveller with high purchasing power”.
In addition to the 16 establishments included in the Condé Nast Johansens: Luxury Hotels 2021 guide, Spain also has 2 hotels in the Condé Nast Johansens: Luxury Spas 2021 guide and 3 in its online catalogue, for a total of 21 accommodations.
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There are 16 Spaniards among the best luxury hotels in the world. At least according to Condé Nast Johansens, which has just presented the global guide to independent hotels ‘Condé Nast Johansens Luxury Hotels 2021’. It includes recommendations for a total of 212 luxury establishments around the world, 16 of which are in Spain.
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The recommended Spanish hotels featured in the Condé Nast guide are:
- Anantara Villa Padierna Palace Benahavis Marbella (Malaga – Andalusia).
- Palacio de Villapanés Hotel (Seville – Andalusia)
- Hotel Viñas de Lárrede (Huesca – Aragón)
- Puebloastur Eco-Resort & Spa (Cofiño – Asturias)
- Hotel Casa Fuster (Barcelona – Cataluña)
- Cas Gasi (Ibiza – Baleares)
- El Llorenç Parc de la Mar (Mallorca – Baleares)
- Hotel es Princep (Mallorca – Baleares)
- Palacio Can Marques (Mallorca – Baleares)
- Torre Vella Fontenille Menorca (Menorca – Baleares)
- Lago Resort Menorca (Menorca – Baleares)
- Bahía del Duque (Tenerife – Canary Islands)
- GF Victoria (Tenerife – Canary Islands)
- Royal Hideaway Corales Resort (Tenerife – Canary Islands)
- Hotel Botánico & The Oriental Spa Garden (Tenerife – Canary Islands)
- Coolrooms Atocha (Madrid – Madrid)
Palacio de Villapanés Hote, Seville
El Llorenç Parc de la Mar, Mallorca
Palacio Can Marques, Mallorca
Cool Rooms Atocha, Madrid
To give you an idea of the standard it takes to make the Condé Nast Johansens list, take a look at the stunning Anantara Villa Padierna Palace Benahavis Marbella:
This resort is located in one of the most exclusive areas of the Costa del Sol between Marbella, Benahavis, and Estepona. The impressive complex stands as a set of large, square pink buildings inspired by the style of a Tuscan palace, with intricate Italian decorating and landscape design.
The Villa Padierna offers 132 highly luxurious rooms, suites, and villas in the main buildings and annexes. All of which fitted with marble bathrooms, some including hydromassage baths, and private balconies or terraces.
The suites are 200 metres squared and gave two bedrooms with a dressing room, fireplace, and terrace. In addition, there are villas available with one or two bedrooms that come with a private garden with views of the amphitheatre. The largest villas come with three terraces and even a private pool.
Many of the artworks that hang in the hotel are 17th and 18th-century original Sevillian paintings, as well as 19th-century pieces by Malagueño artists.