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27 Hotels Almeria - Spain

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From * US$ 76 Book

Avda. del Palmeral, s/n - 04740 Aguadulce
Location: n/a

Beach access. 237 guestrooms, scenic views. The hotel contains a total of 237 single rooms. The hotel offers a lobby with a 24-hour reception and safe, a currency exchange desk, 4 lifts, a shop, a hairdresser and a bar. The air-conditioned restaur...

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From * US$ 55 Book

Avda. Mediterráneo, 310 - 04009
Hotel Category: SUPERIOR FIRST
Location: City Center

This hotel is located in the city of Almeria, in southern Spain. This is a modern style building. The rooms are decorated in a modern way with contemporary decoration and furniture. The rooms are quite spacious and very comfortable. The lobby is m...

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From * US$ 64 Book

Plaza Flores, 5 - 04001
Hotel Category: FIRST
Location: Near city center

The hotel is located in the historic and commercial centre of Almería, where you can visit La Alcazaba and the Cathedral of Almería, just 500 metres from the hotel. Almería airport is 10 km away and the train station Intermodal just 2 km away from...

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From * US$ 43 Book

Hotel Category: TOURIST
Location: City Center

Situated in the heart of Almería´s old quarter, between the town hall, the cathedral and Paseo de Almería. With its magnificent location, the hotel is one of Almería´s most traditional hotels and one of the largest hotels in the city centre of A...


From * US$ 32 Book

Calle de la Calzada de Castro 4 - 04006
Hotel Category: TOURIST
Location: Historic Center

The Embajador is located near the port of Almeria, in a quiet residential area, just at 5 minutes from the historic center of the city of Almeria, the train and bus station and the Archaeological Museum. Guests of the hotel can reached, by a 10 minut...


From * US$ 35 Book

Calle Granada, 25 - 04005
Hotel Category: TOURIST
Location: n/a

The air-conditioned rooms are simply decorated with tiled floors and pine furniture. This recently renovated hotel enjoys a superb, central location in Almería and boasts simple and cheerful rooms with an additional TV room to share with friend...


From * US$ 39 Book

Plaza Del Carmen, 7 - 04003
Hotel Category: TOURIST
Location: n/a

La Perla hotel is situated in the center of the city, is the oldest hotel in town. Conveniently situated in the historic area near to the shopping and restaurants area as well as all main attractions. The hotel was built in 1965 well maintained and o...


From * US$ 40 Book

Avd/ Federico García Lorca, 153 - 04008 Almeria
Hotel Category: TOURIST
Location: n/a

This centrally located, value hotel is located beside a park, just a 10-minute stroll to Almería?s historic city centre and a 15-minute bus journey to the beach. The Maribel is located in an area full of shops, bars and restaurants. From here,...


From * US$ 44 Book

C/ Don Juan de Austria, 21 - 04720 Aguadulce
Hotel Category: TOURIST
Location: Near city center

This hotel enjoys a privileged location on the Almerian coastline, 11 km from the capital. Visit the beautiful landscape of Cabo de Gata from here, the traditional towns of the Alhamilla Mountains, the Nijar countryside and Tabernas desert. This ...


From * US$ 46 Book

TENOR IRIBARNE 15 - Almeria 04001
Location: City Center

Sadelma Congress is ideally situated in the centre of Almería, 50 metres from the Puerta de Purchena Square. Sadelma Congress Hotel offers discounts at a nearby gym. The hotel is a few minutes? walk from the Alcazaba, the Cathedral and the Civil War...


From * US$ 47 Book

Ctra. Ronda, 193 - 04005
Location: n/a

The hotel offers very comfortable rooms with en suite bathrooms. All the rooms have windows and are soundproofed. City hotel located in the heart of Almería, 5 minutes from the Museum and the historical centre, offering comfortable accommodati...


From * US$ 49 Book

Hotel Category: TOURIST
Location: Near city center

This aparthotel has 9 fully equipped studio apartments, decorated in Andalusian style. The facilities include a hotel safe, TV lounge, room service, laundry service and garage....


From * US$ 52 Book

Plaza Flores, 10 - Almeria
Hotel Category: FIRST
Location: City Center

The main avenue of the city, Paseo de Almería, is 50 m away from the hotel and there are many bus stops available. Easy access to the main motorways and roads, including Almería Airport (9 km), Train and Bus Station (1 km), Trading Port (500 m) and...


From * US$ 52 Book

Paseo de Almería, 58 - 04001
Location: Near city center

This 3 star hotel is located in the city centre of Almeria. Completely renovated in 1999, this hotel has a lobby, rooms for conferences, meetings, banquets and exhibitions as well as a fax service, hotel safes and a cafeteria restaurant, as well ...


From * US$ 53 Book

Avenida del Mediterráneo, 281 - 04009
Hotel Category: SUPERIOR FIRST
Location: City Center

The hotel is perfectly located, in the city centre, 5 minutes to the station and 15 minutes drive from the airport. The building is high, modern, with windows and in white The rooms are of excellent standard, very nicely decorated, wood furniture a...

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Almería (2003 pop. 176,338) is the capital of the province of Almería (Pop. 604,903) in Spain. It is located in southeastern Spain on the Mediterranean Sea and all its area is an important Mediterranean resort. The name "Almería" stems from al-Meraya (Arabic, "the watchtower"), because of its magnificent Moorish castle, Alcazaba: among the Muslim fortresses of Andalusia, only Alhambra is larger. The city was founded by Abd ar-Rahman III of Cordoba in 955 as a principal harbor in his extensive domain, to strengthen his Mediterranean defenses against the Fatimid caliphate in Tunisia. In this period, the port city of Almería reached its historical peak, continuing, after the fragmentation of the Caliphate of Cordoba, under powerful local muslim taifa emirs like Jairan, the first independent Emir of Almería and Cartagena and Almotacin the poet emir, both fearless warriors but also patrons of the arts. A silk industry, based upon plantings of mulberry trees in the hot dry landscape supported Almería in the 11th century and made its strategic harbour an even more valuable prize. Contested by the emirs of Granada and Valencia, Almería suffered many sieges, and one especially fierce when Christians, called to the Second Crusade by Pope Eugenius III, were also encouraged to fall upon the Muslim infidel on a more familiar coast. On that occasion Alfonso VII, at the head of mixed forces of Catalans, Genoese, Pisans and Franks led a crusade against the rich city, and Almería was occupied in October 1147. Within a decade it had passed to the control of the puritanical Almoravid emirs, and though its glorious culture was diminished, not until the late 15th century did it fell permanently into Christian hands, surrendered to the Catholic Monarchs, Ferdinand and Isabella, December 26, 1489. See: List of Almería Kings The 16th century was for Almería a century of natural and human catastrophes, for there were at least four earthquake— of which the one in 1522 was especially violent— devastating the city. The people who had remained Muslim were expelled from Almería after the War of Las Alpujarras in 1568 and scattered across Spain. Landings and attacks by Berber pirates were also frequent in that century, and continued until the early 18th century. In that time, huge iron mines were discovered and French and British companies came to settle in the area, bringing renewed prosperity and bringing Almería back to a relative importance within Spain. In the second half of the 20th century, Almería witnessed spectacular economic growth due to tourism and especially to its intensive agriculture with a world wide repuation, which has made Almería products familiar in any quality European market. From the political point of view, there is a strong populist desire to achieve the status of an "autonomous region" in Spain, in spite of the great efforts of the Andalusian government to disuade the voters. Famous natives of Almería include Nicolás Salmerón, who in 1873 was the third president of the First Spanish Republic, and several musicians, like the popular folk singer Manolo Escobar, reputed Flamenco guitar player José Tomás "Tomatito" or Grammy Award winner David Bisbal, record-breaker album seller in America and Spain. It is believed that Walt Disney, who was adopted, originated from this province. Almería hosted the Mediterranean Games in 2005. Almería has an international airport, named Almería International Airport. Almería has the largest naturist beach in Europe (also surrounded by naturist accommodations) called El Playazo despite current attempts to reduce the naturist extent of it. Almeria is the driest region in Europe as well as one of the warmest with an average annual temperature of 19 degrees. Due to its arid landscape, numerous "spaghetti westerns" were filmed in Almeria. One of Almería's most famous natural spots is the Cabo de Gata Natural Park. This volcanic origin park is the marine-terrestrial space of greatest surface and ecological relevance of all the European Western Mediterranean Sea. With one of the most beautiful and ecologically wealthy coasts of the western Mediterranean and an extension of 38,000 hectares it has become one of Spain’s natural jewels. The Cabo de Gata Natural Park extends by the municipal terms of Níjar, Almeria and Carboneras. Its small localities, previously dedicated to fishing, have become tourism spots for those looking for nature. One of the maximum incentives of the Cabo de Gata Natural Park is its beaches. You will find the solitary cove, the great beach, the naturist beaches and coves, or the solitary corner which you will only be able to accede by the sea or by means of a wonderful excursion.
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