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Hotel Ritz Madrid
The Hotel Ritz, Madrid, a living symbol of a bygone era. With personalized luxury, unparalleled splendor and impeccable service. Where attention to detail means handmade carpets from the royal factory, specially commissioned objects d'Art and embroidered linen sheets. Where every ingredient of the exemplary cuisine is freshly prepared.
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Colon Hotel Barcelona
Straight across from the main facade of the 11th century Cathedral. The hotel Colon is an open door to the Gothic Quarter, Barcelona's most traditional neighbourhood. Hotel Colon offers a classical style and welcoming atmosphere. The best shopping and sightseeing areas are within a walking distance.

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Carmen Granada Hotel
Located in the heart of Granada, this moderate deluxe hotel offers comfortable accommodations for a relaxing holiday or business trip. It is ideally situated for visitors to the area and has a welcoming atmosphere with friendly and hospitable service. The hotel has excellent facilities as well as comfortable guest rooms and public areas.
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Madrid Guide
Madrid has stood in the center of the Iberian Peninsula as the capital of Spain since 1562. Its southern and elevated location allows for warm, dry summers and cool winters, making for excellent traveling weather all year round. As a tourist destination, Madrid is underrated with its general composition of major avenues and boulevards lined with trendy and cosmopolitan buildings. In contrast, the old areas twist and wind with quaint streets and relaxed cafes, creating a less-known, but no less pleasurable vacation.
Barcelona Guide
Barcelona is stretched out on a plain next to the Mediterranean sea in the very north of the Spanish coast, bordering France, between the rivers Llobregat and Besos and between two mountains, Collserola and Montju´c.
It is the most cosmopolitan and economically active city in Spain, and has always managed to stay ahead or abreast of the latest international trends. This is evident in the architecture, which so accurately reflects the zest for life of this city of vivid colors and boundless energy.
Granada Guide
If you see only one town in Spain it should be Granada. For here, extraordinarily well preserved and in a tremendous natural setting, stands the Alhambra - the most exciting, sensual and romantic of all European monuments. It was the palace-fortress of the Nasrid sultans, rulers of the last Spanish Moorish kingdom, and in its construction Moorish art reached a spectacular and serene climax. But the building seems to go further than this, revealing something of the whole brilliance and spirit of Moorish life and culture.