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Hotel Villa de Cretas 12 rooms from $78Matarraña
A lovely little hotel in a historic town. Traditional rooms blend the rustic and contemporary, with muted colour schemes, exposed brick work and modern bathrooms. Bar, library and authentic Spanish cuisine. A great choice from which to explore the historic towns and villages of the region.Local exploring - Explore the historic town of Cretas: Church of the Assumption, Portal of San Roque, walking tours, dining treats of the regionSights nearby - Valderrobres, The Fresneda, Beceite, Calaceite, Rafeles, Penyarroya of Tastavins, River Matarrana, Ports of Tortosa beceiteSwimming Pool - At nearby hotelBirdwatching - Good birding near the hotel.
Hospederia Meson de la Dolores 34 rooms from $80Zaragoza, Aragón
A traditional hotel in a delightful village. Charming rooms feature open beams, wrought iron furniture, wooden floors, brightly painted walls, some have four poster beds. Excellent authentic regional cuisine, a peaceful courtyard, and an elegant bar. A lovely hotel for a quiet weekend.Country Escape - Relaxed atmosphere and traditional town to explore, plus nature parks and sights within close vicinitySights nearby - Collegiate Church of Santa María, Aragonese palaces and other viewpoints in Calatayud: Marist, Pujadas, ErluetaLocal markets - Good for local colour.Great walks - Good for walkers.
La Posada de Lalola 6 rooms from $70Alquézar (Huesca)
Charming hotel in the Huesca province. Rooms are tasteful and thoughtfully put together with delicate touches and original features. There is a gorgeous garden and terrace where you can enjoy views of Buera whilst sampling traditional dishes of the area al fresco.Sights nearby - 5 mins from mediaeval AlquézarViews - Mountains and the local town.Great walks - Good for walkers.
Hotel Almud 10 rooms from $90Huesca, Pyrenees
A delightful and traditional hotel in a small village. Unique rooms are cosy and elegant with wooden floors, antique furniture, and brightly painted walls. Views of the mountains, intimate bar area. An ideal choice for an active holiday exploring the mountains in the fresh air.Active Holiday - Plethora of activities in the mountains from caving, skiing, rock climbing, sailing and kayakingSpa - City of Sallent de Gallego has 'Clean Water Spa' with thermal and freshwater treatmentsSailing - On the reservoir LanuzaViews - Pyrenees Mountains
Mas de la Serra 8 rooms from $98Fuentespalda, Aragón
A charming hotel in a stunning location; mountain, river, valley, gorge. Fantastic panoramic views of the surrounding sierra. Rustic romantic rooms have wooden beams, stone walls, lots of natural light. Fabulous Peruvian dinners from terraces, huge pool, and very family friendly. Wow!Views - Panoramic views of the surrounding sierra.Active HolidayFamiliesOutstanding location - A beautiful location surrounded by mountain, river, valley, gorge, and still close to the beach.Recommended by - I Escape
La Casuena 10 rooms from $85Lanuza, Pyrenees
A charming and rustic hotel nestled at the foot of the Pyrenees, beside a lake, and a few kilometres from the ski resort, Formigal. Large rooms have wooden floorboards and attractive furnishings. Excellent regional cuisine and access to fantastic mountain fresh air and sport.Views - Set in the beautiful Valle de Tena.Skiing - In the winter.Value chicSights nearby - Monasteries San Juan de la Peña , Santa Cruz in the serosa , and San Pedro de Siresa, all great samples of Romanesque Aragon .
Hotel Cresol 6 rooms from $96Teruel, Aragón
A fabulous little hotel set in an architectural landscape of poppy fields, olive groves, and vineyards. A traditional building with contemporary classic rooms and suites. Stone walls, wooden beams, clean white furnishings. Lovely garden and excellent little restaurant. Perfect for local exploring.Sights nearby - There are many peaceful chapels to visit in the region.Birdwatching - Birdwatching at "Mas de Buñol".
Casa Alodia 6 rooms from $102Alquézar (Huesca)
Down a cobbled street in the medieval village of Alquezar this rustic property combines natural materials with luxury trimmings. The menu is a similar blend with a contemporary take on the classics. Rooms have earthy palettes, hand woven fabrics, locally made furniture and modern bathrooms.Great walks - Located on the edge of the Sierra de Guara Nature Reserve there are many excellent walking routes.Back to Nature - Decorated with natural materials and located on the edge of the Sierra de Guara Nature Reserve.Sights nearby - A visit to Alquezar's The Colegiata is well worth the steep walk!Sailing - Can be booked nearby.
Consolacion 12 rooms from $119Aragon, Matarraña
A designer hotel in Mataranna hills. Ultra-modern rooms are slick with slate, sunken baths, terraces and fireplaces. Outstanding traditional cuisine. Stunning pool, gardens, library, bar and 'garage' area for reading or relaxing. An utterly sleek affair for a countryside weekend.Hideaway - An as yet undiscovered region. The pod-like rooms feel utterly secluded, with views over pine forests and Matarrana mountainsFoodies - Excellent restaurant; nine different types of food workshops; from terrines, truffles, chocolate and tapasCooking classes - Variety of courses available in hotel kitchenDesigner - Alvar Aalto furnitureRecommended by - Tablet
El Sueno de Virila 6 rooms from $122Zaragoza, Aragón
A fabulous little hotel, previously a synagogue, then a manor house. A charming mixture of classical and contemporary. Spacious rooms have wooden beams, kilim rugs and designer furnishings. Lovely roof top terrace, library and bar. Perfect for a stop over in the countryside.Sights nearby - Palacio de Sada, Javier Castle and Monastery of Leyre.Views - Great views from hotelGreat walks - Good for walkers.
Hotel Maribel 9 rooms from $128Alquézar (Aragon)
Charming hotel in the centre of Alquezar, in the Sierre de Guara National Park. Nine individually designed bedrooms, with stylish decor and some with enormous hydro therapy baths. A superb spot for both active types and local exploring.Active HolidayFishing - In the Sierra de Guara: The Vero, Alcanadre and Barrasil riversSights nearby - Sierra de guara; Alquezar PuebloViews - Great views from hotel
La Torre Del Visco 14 rooms from $192Aragón
Gorgeous country house hotel. Interiors feature antique furniture, contemporary Spanish art and stone walls. Over 200 acres of rose gardens, working farm, terrace, games room and large cellar. Superb farm-to-table menu. Secluded, peaceful and very pretty.Foodies - Farm to table ethos of the restaurant, and guests can accompany on mushroom foraging, cookery classes and wine tasting eventsGreat walks - Country walk through our river valley to the nearby village of RáfalesCooking classes - Mushroom foraging and cookery classes in the hotel kitchenSecluded setting - For escaping.Recommended by - Relais & Chateaux
Mas de la Costa 15 rooms from $192Valderrobres, Aragón
A charming eco property set in a quiet and, miraculously undiscovered, corner of Spain. Modernity meets tradition throughout. Exposed brickwork against sheets of glass. All cunningly designed to make the most of the stunning views. Excellent local cuisine. A stunning, well priced, rural escape.Country Escape - An eco property in an area of outstanding natural beauty.Sights nearby - Wander through the cobbled streets of the nearby medieval village, Valderrobres, and visit the 13th century castle.Great walks - Explore the trials through the Puertos de Beceite Mountains.Swimming Pool - Outdoor pool.
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The Aragón region stretches from the Pyrenees to the isolated southern city of Teruel, best known for its beautiful architecture. Zaragoza, in the middle, is a graceful Iberian city loaded with diversity, and in amongst all the beautiful Iberian scenery can be found some of Spain’s best preserved medieval towns and villages. Choosing the best places to stay in Aragón really depends on why you’re exploring the region, but there are plenty accommodation gems.
Our Guru’s recommendations for the best places to stay in Aragón include medieval charmers, hotels with astounding mountain views, relaxing rural retreats and family holiday havens.
Aragón is a region of beautiful little stone villages and spectacular views - this is the real start of the Pyrenees and the valleys are deep and peaks high. This dramatic landscape makes Aragón a playground for outdoor adventurers; trek, climb, ski or bike your way between pueblo and pueblo.
But it is this region's timelessness that visitors will probably remember. Aragón is a great place to come to discover the old Spain and many of the best places to stay in Aragon can be found in mediaeval mountain top villages that are steeped in history. Aragón's cities are rife with reminders of this region's past, there's a hotchpotch of wonderful monuments, built by the Romans and both the Islamic and Christian rulers of Spain.
Modern Aragón is just a slip of its former self - it once encompassed neighbouring Catalonia, Valencia, Venice, Sicily, the Balearics, much of the south of Italy and Venice. And it was the marriage of King Ferdinand of Aragón to Isabel of Castile in the 15th Century which was the forming of modern Spain.
Use our pick of the best places to stay in Aragon to start to plan your trip.
For medieval charm
- The Casa Alodia is tucked away down a cobbled street in medieval Alquezar. Its decor has an earthy palette and rustic natural materials and hand woven fabrics. Plus you’re on the edge of the Sierra de Guara Nature Reserve.
- Once a synagogue, then a manor house, El Sueno de Virila is now a six room hotel with spacious rooms and lovely details like exposed wood beams, kilim rugs, and designer furniture. There’s also a lovely roof terrace, a library and a bar.
- The Casona del Ajimez is a six room hotel set beneath Albarracín's castle walls, beautifully renovated to its historic glory, and surrounded by a pretty garden and spectacular views.
- Casa de Santiago has been converted from a mansion, once owned by the church of Santiago, and its got plenty of original features, impressive views and a great traditional restaurant.
For mountain views
- La Casuena is nestled at the foot of the Pyrenees and is ideal for those wanting to experience this region on a budget. Rustic chic interiors, plus excellent restaurant and all from just €80 per night.
- Hotel Almud offers cosy rooms, mountain views and the perfect base for indulging in numerous outdoor activities from climbing to caving.
For a rural retreat
- Right in the heart of Alquézar in the Sierra de Guara National Park, you'll find the Hotel Maribel, a lovely, small and traditional hotel with individually designed rooms and enormous hydro therapy baths.
- La Torre Del Visco is a wonderful secluded country house hotel surrounded by over 200 acres of land, including a working farm and a beautiful rose garden. The menu is superb - real farm-to-table stuff. Plus there's a large cellar and a games room.
- Set amongst vineyards, olive groves and poppy fields, the Hotel Cresol is a great little property with a lovely garden and an excellent restaurant. Rooms have stone walls, exposed beams and clean, white furnishings.
- The Mas de la Costa is a wonderful combination of the modern and traditional. Come for an off the beaten track luxury escape with stunning views and excellent food.
- Consolacion is a uniquely modern designer hotel in the Matarraña hills. The views are amazing, from 12 cube-like rooms which feel like their own little villas. As well as an excellent modern restaurant, which also runs its own foodie workshops, there's a chapel and a 'library' called el garage.
- Mas de la Serra also has a wonderful location, but this time its amongst mountains, valleys and gorges with panoramic views. Rooms are rustic and light, and fabulous Peruvian style meals are served on the terrace. There are eight rooms, starting from £79 per night, and it's very family friendly.
For great value
- The Hotel Villa de Cretas is a lovely little hotel in historic Matarraña. Its rooms are traditional - think exposed brickwork - but the bathrooms are modern, and there's a bar, a library and a restaurant serving great local food.
- The Hospederia Meson de la Dolores in Zaragoza is a traditional hotel in a delightful village. There are 34 charming rooms with exposed beams, wrought iron furniture, wooden floors and brightly painted walls. There’s also a restaurant serving excellent regional cuisine and an elegant bar. And all for around £65 per night.
- Or there’s La Posada de Lalola in Huesca, a thoughtfully decorated six room hotel with plenty of charm and original features. There's also a lovely garden and terrace, where you can eat al fresco, while enjoying the views over the Pyrenees.