When planning your vacation in Spain, choosing the right accommodation is the next step after booking your plane ticket. Everyone seems to want to visit Spain during the summer, hence it’s recommended to book well in advance.
Accommodation in Spain takes many forms: from the luxury 5 star hotels, to the hostels and pensions plus everything in between.
Let’s take a look at some accommodation types in Spain so that you know what to expect.
Generally the price per room is determined by the tourist season, but the location also plays an important part. Hotels in Spain are on the pricey side, no matter where you want to stay: in the cities, on the holiday islands or at one of the resorts.
You can find plenty of hotels in Spain, ranging from the 1 star hotels to the 5 star luxury hotels located in castles.
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The cheaper alternative to hotels, hostels are present everywhere around Spain, even on the Canary Islands. Yes, that’s right! You can stay in Tenerife for about â‚¬20 per person per night.
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If you are looking to spend your vacation in one of the Spanish resort —be it for the sun or for the snow- you should know that prices are generally quite high. The preferred type of accommodation is the apartment located in hotels. Luckily, there are apartments pretty much for any taste and budget.
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Holiday rentals are very popular in Spain. The holiday islands and the popular stretches of beach (such as Costa del Sol) are preferred by the rich Europeans. But with a bit of luck and some research you can find affordable villas and apartments. As with nearly anything like this, the better or cheaper holiday apartment rentals in Spain get booked up earliest. If you try to book as early as you can you’ll have the pick of the litter, but as summer approaches you’ll only be left with the expensive ones that others passed over.