Tag: Spain

Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes

Nature Adores a Freestanding Cubist Cabin Hotel

Nature abhors a vacuum, but it loves a picture window. These self-contained, geometric accommodations get you right up against the wilderness, putting the view above all else.

The War Is Over

Cap Rocat Makes Good Use of a Mallorcan Fortress

On the island of Mallorca, an ancient seaside fortress has been transformed into Cap Rocat, maybe the most miraculous hotel in the Balearics. One room, in particular, best reveals why.

Get Medieval

Dramatic Hotels From Out of the Dark Ages

Long was the way and hard that out of the Dark Ages led to this suspenseful collection of hotels in carefully preserved medieval-era buildings. They’re not haunted, but they might as well be.

Full Bodied

Sixteen Essential Winery Hotels in Europe

There’s no doubt which countries are the “Big Three” of European wine production. When it comes to winery hotels, however, a new challenger is looking to join the party.

Keeping Up With the Joneses

Rooftops and Radical Design in Barcelona

In the city of Gaudí, aesthetic standards are high. Barcelona’s hotels happily rise to the occasion, as evidenced by attention-demanding designs and an improbable number of rooftop spaces.

Interior Crucial

Inside the Hotels of the Balearic Islands

The best hotels in the Balearic Islands are all surrounded by some pretty spectacular scenery, be it city, beach, mountain, or models. But at these Balearic hotels, it’s what’s inside that matters most.