Hotels in Huelva

Search Huelva Hotels

  • Pay now or later on most rooms
  • Free cancellation on most rooms
  • Price Guarantee

Best Huelva Hotels

How to Find the Best Huelva hotels with Hotels.com

With its palm lined seafront boulevards and warm summer weather, Huelva is an elegant city in Spain's Andalucia region and is filled with fine hotels. Book Huelva hotels with Hotels.com to visit a city which has been inhabited for more than three thousand years - meaning that there are plenty of historical attractions to capture your imagination. The seafood is spectacular in Huelva, as are the beaches of the nearby Costa de la Luz. Cities such as Seville and Granada are a short drive away from Huelva hotels as well, making them ideal for daytrips, and the short boat trip to Morocco is also a great option for an excursion. With Hotels.com, you can choose the best accommodation in Huelva - from lavish luxury hotels to smaller family run businesses. All of them have been reviewed by our customers, and we provide all of the information you need to find the perfect holiday hotel in this wonderful city.

What's Huelva Like?

With a prosperous past and some fine architecture accommodation in Huelva is a world away from the resorts of the Andalucian coast. See the site of Columbus' departure for the New World at Muelle de las Carabelas, visit the famous mining village of Rio Tinto or take evocative donkey rides across the dunes at Matalascañas. The region also offers some exceptional natural attractions in the Doñana national park, where 4x4 tours can be arranged to see flamingos, while coastal tours of the region's caves can also be arranged easily. Back in town, visitors can tour beautiful churches such as the Iglesia de San Pedro or the Catedral de la Merced, before catching one a game of Recreativo Huelva (the oldest football team in Spain). For many, Huelva will also be a base from which to reach the sandy beaches of the coast.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Huelva

Anyone staying in Huelva hotels will find it easy to get along with the locals. After all, they have had thousands of years to become accustomed to welcoming outsiders, whether they are Romans, Moors or British copper miners. To get an authentic local experience, head to the tapas bars of the seafront district and splash out on affordable seafood of the highest quality. Another great tip is to explore the side streets to discover small art galleries and shops. Huelva is a famous artistic centre, and you can still snap up fine works by local artists for very little money. Explore our guests reviews and choose a Huelva hotel now.