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Convent Lodging in Spain

We have information about many beautiful lodging spots for visitors who are planning a trip toSpain. Everyone should experience one of the convent hotels in this country for a once in a lifetime experience that will not be soon forgotten. Convent hotels are known for their unique charm since as much of the original architecture and design of the buildings have been saved during their renovation. Some of them date back to many centuries ago when they were once filled with girls studying to become nuns. Today, they have been purchased and made into charming hotels.

Convent Lodging SpainThe Convento de la Missio is one of the convent hotels that are now an elegant modern facility featuring all of the luxuries of a boutique hotel. The fact that the hotel has so many modern luxuries sets it apart from many convent hotels that provide none of these. Once used to train missionaries, it has been renovated to include restaurants, a wine cellar, patio, conference hall, and a bar-hall area. There is also an art gallery, solarium, and the spa comforts of steam baths, Jacuzzi, and sauna. Outside, there are patios with lush green plants and places to sit and rest. Although the location of the convent hotel is only five minutes from large shopping malls and seven minutes from the airport, those who stay at the Convento de la Missio often feel as if they are far away from the busy city.

The minimalist décor of the 14 different rooms at the hotel have modern furnishings, hardwood floors, and plenty of space and quiet for guests who want to enjoy the ambience of the former convent. Each of the 14 rooms is considered a suite, junior suite, or double room. Most of these have private decks or patios where guests can enjoy a glass of wine in the evening or just sit and enjoy the view.

The Mallorca & Hotel Sacristia deSanta Ana,Spainis another outstanding convent hotel that is featured on our website at If you are planning a trip toSeville, it is definitely worthwhile to read the information about it before deciding where to stay. It is located in the bohemianAlamedadistrict, only a short walk from the city. Each room or suite has its own special décor. Twenty-five romantic bedrooms are located on three floors around the arched inner courtyard, decorated with a mix of French furnishings and modern hand-painted headboards. Guests enjoy breakfast at the long table where meals are served either indoors or outdoors. Numerous restaurants are within walking distance for delicious lunches and dinners. Of course, the wine flows in thisSevillelocation, so guests can enjoy local varieties during their stay.

Hospederia Convento de La Parra, Spainis another one of the gorgeous convent hotels in the country. Much of its charm is due to the fact that it is a renovated 17th century convent, and much of the original architecture was kept during the renovation into a luxury hotel. Interior windows have arched formations, and the hallway ceilings are arched as well for a unique charm. Rooms have working fireplaces and comfortable beds and bathrooms, and the hotel has a small pool, a reading room, and antiques such as milk pots are used to serve guests in the restaurant. Many of the modern amenities are not available since guests choose to stay at convent hotels inSpain to enjoy the feeling of the ancient religious building where quiet was once required. This convent hotel and others on provide the quiet and peaceful getaway that many visitors to these lovely renovated buildings find.