Three Spicy, Spanish, Hotels Known for Romance

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Daily life can be a drag.

Taxes, bills, work, kids.

You and your sweetie deserve a vacation to relax and reconnect with each other on a level you do not often get the opportunity to experience.

Spain is a wonderfully romantic country, rife with natural beauty capable of reminding even the most materialistic person that love is what truly counts.

If you’ve been debating a romantic, relaxing getaway, then I highly recommend Spain as your destination of choice.

I am a big fan of Trip Advisor for the sheer fact that I believe there’s truth to user experiences.

To help make your getaway preparations a little bit easier, I will be providing you with a brief description of the highest-rated romantic Spanish hotels on the Trip Advisor website. 

  1. 3738100_16_zThe Hotel Salvia located in Soller

The Hotel Salvia is a small, personal hotel housed in a restored 19th century mansion and featuring gorgeous outside landscaping that includes shaded terrace gardens with varieties of citrus, jasmine, the fragrant Mallorcan flora perfume.

With a variety of custom suites, like the junior Garden suite which features a floral theme in combination with authentic period furniture, the Hotel Salvia is a great recommendation for any couple looking to absorb the pure beauties of Spain.

While I doubt you’ll be bringing the children along for a spicy, Spanish lovefest, it should be noted that the Hotel Salvia website clearly states that their accommodations are NOT suitable for children under the age of fifteen.

Website: http://www.hotelsalvia.com 

  1. The Finca Hotel Son Palou located in Orient

galeria_sonpalou_36The Finca Hotel Son Palou is a beautiful country hotel originally built during the 14th century.

Sitting on a beautiful field of apple trees and offering all of the modern day luxuries of home, the Son Palou is praised for its tradition of history and charm, which work together to “recapture the essence of a bygone era”.

The hotel’s beautiful stone décor and architecture is reminiscent of the historical Majorcan mountain farms associated with the Orient area, making for a beautiful escape from the harsh realities of life.

The Finca Hotel is also perfect for any gold enthusiast, boasting three, full-functioning, 18-hole courses: the Son Termens, the Alcanada, and the Poniente.

Website: http://www.sonpalou.com

  1. The Posada Terra Santa located in Palma de Mallorca

posada-terra-santaLastly, located in the historical quarter and heart of Palma de Mallorca lays the Boutique Hotel Posada Terra Santa.

Constructed in 1576 using Mallorcan architectural techniques and a haunting, Gothic style, this renovated, historical mansion aims to recreate “the splendor of the Boixador barons’ stately home” with each traveler’s stay.

The combination of ancient architecture and beauty, juxtaposed with modern-day amenities and luxuries, makes for an extremely ethereal getaway from day-to-day life.

A few of Posada Terra Santa’s luxurious features include a beautiful spa (which was formerly a 16th century grain store), a gorgeous terrace with an amazing view of Palma Mallorca’s historic quarters, and a well-stocked and relaxing, multi-language library.

Website: http://posadaterrasanta.com

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No, not because of their tendency to colonize and dominate, but because of the Latin language which touts gorgeous travel-related words that only the most dedicated wayfarers can understand.

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