Ranked as the second largest country in Europe, Spain is a beast. With some of the best tourist scenes and world class destinations in the world you’ve simply got to go. There are plenty of hotels in every city, but you have to shop well in order to get the best deal. Some of the best and cheapest hotels worth flashing your cash for? Read on:
Monte Do Gozo, Santiago de Compostela
A three star located near St. James Cathedral and Monte Do Gozo Hill, this sharp little hotel is a fine choice for a stay in the stunning Santiago De Compostela. Not far from the airport and easily accessible by bus too, you can access loads of cultural activities and restaurants right from your doorstep. Rooms are as low as 6.8 Euros per night.
Arye Gran Via, Barcelona
This Barcelona four star is strategically located near all the best attractions of this Gaudi-infused city. Close to Barcelona airport and Zona Franca, the Arye Gran Via is easily accessible by public bus too. Great for saving the money you would blow on an expensive city taxi! Rooms are as little as 7.5 Euros per night.
A three-star located in Tenerife, the Chimisay is one of the oldest hotels in the region and also one of the best value. With branches in other countries the Chimisay is well-known for offering quality services at a very reasonable price throughout the world. With an average room cost of 8.5 Euros per night, you’ll have to pay a little extra to access facilities like the gym but no doubt it’s worth it. Free lunch and dinner too!
Vime Callao Gardens Adeje, Tenerife
Another Tenerife three-star, Vime Callao Gardens offers plenty of fresh air and sunlight of guests lucky enough to snag a room. With food and drink on the house, at just 8.5 Euros a night, you’ll be surprised by the comfort and style of this stay.
Oasis Albufera, Madrid
A three-star located in the heart of Madrid, the Oasis is close to Madrid’s Barajas airport – just a short 8 minute drive. From its doors you can access a wide range of attractions like the Ifema fair centre, the Warner Bros Park and Faunia Park. If you are looking for a cheap hotel with unlimited hydromassage services the Oasis Albufera is the place to be. Average room prices work out around 14 Euros.
Samba, Lloret de Mar
Lovely Lloret De Mar is full of budget stays too. Up there with the best of them is the Samba, a three star stay close to the sea and the mountains. For rooms with amazing views and with food and drink included, this must possible be one of the best budget hotels in all of Spain. Rooms work out around 16 Euros a night.
Marco Polo II, Ibiza
A three-star located in the heart of the party-island of Ibiza, Marco Polo II is slap bang next to Cala Conta, one of the most famous beaches in the region. A short distance from other beaches like the Cala Gracio and Passeig de ses Fonts, Marco Polo has an international staff that can help show you around and get the most out of your stay. With two separate pools, hotel restaurants and hotel car-hire services, the Marco Polo has pretty much all you need. For 9 Euros per night you could do a lot worse.
It might be surprising to some but Spain caters well for the budget traveller – even those heading to glitzy Madrid and Barcelona too. Stay at any of these and you’ll have an undoubtedly comfortable trip!
Will Peach is the site editor at GapDaemon.com, a gap year travel site for young independent travellers. He also heads up a Spain travel blog and TravelSexLife.com, a site dedicated to love and sex abroad. He currently lives in Granada, Spain.