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Barceló Malaga

4.5/5

4738 reviews


The best-connected hotel in Malaga
Ideal for conventions, trade fairs and conferences
One of the top 50 business hotels in the world

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Barceló Granada Congress

4/5

2037 reviews


Recently opened outdoor swimming pool with panoramic views of the city and Sierra Nevada
Ideal for business trips
Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel

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Andalusia is a place of contrasts. From the summits of the Sierra Nevada to the beaches in Huelva and Cádiz, including the characteristic olive groves of Granada and the cinematographic deserts of Almeria. A land of immense cultural heritage loved by its inhabitants and Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Andalusia is the perfect place to discover it.

Popular beaches of Huelva, Malaga and Cadiz

The endless Andalusian beaches are a special heritage where the Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Huelva, Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Cádiz and Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Malaga await you. The beaches of the first two, bathed by the Atlantic, are the coldest and have the most waves, which creates a surfer’s paradise. Barceló Hotels & Resort in Andalusia will bring you all these wonderful southern beaches with the comfort of its exclusive facilities.

The cultural heritage of Seville, Cordoba and Granada

Andalusia has an important historical legacy from its Arabic past. Visit la Giralda by staying at the Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Seville. Marvel at the Mezquita in Córdoba or lose yourself in the magical gardens of the Alhambra during your stay at the Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Granada. These are just a sample of what’s on offer, but the whole region is covered with iconic places that you can visit from the Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Andalusia.

In addition, Andalusia is the birthplace of artists such as Picasso—who was from Málaga—or Murillo and Velázquez, both from Sevilla, and a portion of their works of art can be appreciated in the museums, which make Andalusia a cultural destination on the rise.

More than 150 protected natural spaces

The Network of Protected Natural Spaces in Andalusia has over 150 landmarks including 2 National Parks – one in Doñana and the other in the Sierra Nevada- and 24 natural parks, with the most incredibly diverse landscapes such as the Cabo de Gata-Nijar park, perfect for visiting from the Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Almería, or the Sierra de Cazorla, the largest nature reserve in Spain and the second largest in Europe.

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