Cheap Hotels in Murcia
This functional hotel, refurbished in 2004, is situated in the city centre from where you can thoroughly enjoy the attractions and monuments Murcia has to offer. Its convenient location in this attractive city mean you can reach both shops and cultural option on foot in just minutes. The well-appointed accommodation offers all the services and facilities you need including parking and wi-fi internet connection in the rooms.
Hotel Universal Pacoche
Casa Emilio Hotel
This hotel is located in the centre of the city, just a few minutes from all the major sights, such as the cathedral and in front of the Floridablanca garden, the first Spanish garden. The beaches at Costa Calida and Cartagena are 45 km from the hotel. Murcia-San Javier Airport is just 45 km away. This air-conditioned city residence offers 46 rooms. It is equipped with modern installations, but at the same time maintains a traditional family hotel atmosphere. It offers guests a relaxing TV lounge, a cosy cafe, a bar and an international restaurant. All the rooms are decorated in a cream and wood colour scheme, lending them a light and harmonious feel. Each of them is equipped with contemporary amenities designed to bring utmost comfort. In their leisure time, guests can practise a variety of sports in the city of Murcia.
Hotel Campanile Murcia
Hotel Pacoche Murcia
Apartamento Cairo Hotel
Hotels in Murcia
Located in the southeast of Spain, Murcia hotels are ideal for holidaymakers who want hot weather, unspoilt natural parks, long sandy stretches of beach and a laidback town with a rich heritage.
The provincial capital of Murcia City is not the place to go if you're looking for fast city living. The pace of life here is pretty laidback, with locals relaxing in the shade and students from the University of Murcia taking it easy in cafés and bars dotted throughout the centre. Originally a Roman settlement, the city was colonised by Muslims in 825 and renamed Mursiya. In 1243 Alfonso X conquered the city and Murcia grew from that point until it peaked in the 18th century.
In terms of historical landmarks, the Catedral de Santa María is an impressive sight to behold. Built on the site of a mosque in 1394, the cathedral was subsequently redesigned with a Baroque style in the 18th century. For an insight into the archaeological and religious heritage of the cathedral head to the Museo de la Catedral.
The Ermita de Jesús is another striking Baroque structure in Murcia, and the chapel holds the Museo Salzillo where you'll find a number of detailed religious icons and figures. For something less religious, the Museo de la Ciencia y del Agua has excellent hands-on exhibitions about science and is a great choice if you're travelling with kids.
If you travel outside of Murcia City you'll find the area boasts an array of interesting historical villages to explore, alongside a beautiful coastline. In the town of Lorca there's the Plaza de España, a picturesque plaza surrounded by 16th- and 18th- century buildings, as well as La Fortaleza del Sol, a stunning castle that offers breathtaking views of the town itself. In Cartagena you'll come across a selection of excellent museums, including the underwater archaeology of the Museo Nacional de Arqueología Subacuática and the Roman and Moorish remains of the Museo del Teatro Romano.
For sun worshippers, the Costa Cálida (or Hot Coast) is an aptly named destination with over 300 days of sunshine each year.
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