Staying in a hotel that houses one of the best restaurants in Spain is a holiday dream for so many luxury travellers. Start preparing to make that dream a reality with this list of the top 7 hotel restaurants in Spain.
For many of us, discovering incredible new flavours and dishes is one of the highlights of any holiday. The real foodies amongst us might even travel with the sole purpose of tasting a rare culinary delight. So, finding the perfect destination to host your culinary adventure is an essential part of planning your holiday.
Spain is an epic melting pot, fusing together the identity and flavour of many unique cultures. Over thousands of years of tradition, local tastes have fused with global flavours to create some of the most incredible dining experiences anywhere in the world. The majestic, varied landscape of Spain gives you plenty of choice of when picking a holiday destination, but also promises a breathtaking range of fresh ingredients.
Our Travel Specialists can tailor-make every element of your trip, from finding the best foodie hotels to recommending the best local restaurants and dishes. Our top 7 hotel restaurants in Spain, and why we think you’d love them, are sure to inspire your next culinary getaway.
Our list includes:
- Nobu restaurant – Nobu Ibiza Bay, Ibiza
- M.B. – Ritz Carlton Abama, Tenerife
- Kabuki Raw – Finca Cortesin, Costa del Sol
- Sea Grill – Puente Romano, Marbella
- Botànic by Andrés Benítez – Can Bordoy, Palma
- El Olivo – La Residenica, Mallorca
- Ca’s Patro March – La Residenica, Mallorca
Nobu restaurant – Nobu Ibiza Bay, Spain
Just a five-minute drive from the glitz and glamour of Ibiza Town, Nobu Ibiza Bay is a chic hub of culinary excellence. The flagship Nobu Restaurant delivers everything that we’ve come to expect from this world-famous brand. You will find mesmerizing Japanese classics alongside a host of fusion dishes inspired by the traditional flavours of Ibiza.
The hotel is home to a clutch of other incredibly impressive restaurants including Chambao, Spanish for ‘beach shack,’ and Bay Café, serving up wholesome delights and gluten-free dishes. When you’re done enjoying the divine dining options, the relaxed and trendy hotel is also home to a world-class spa.
M.B. – Ritz Carlton Abama, Tenerife
The breathtaking culinary vision of celebrated chef Martín Berasategui, M.B is a two Michelin-starred restaurant with a reputation for impressing. At the Ritz Carlton Abama’s signature restaurant, Berasategui’s inspired Mediterranean creations offer bold, Basque-inspired flavours in a cool, contemporary environment.
There is no shortage of gastronomic pleasures to tempt you, with ten sumptuous restaurants and bars ranging from traditional local cuisine to an Argentinean steakhouse. And for further indulgence, the Ritz-Carlton Spa has 11 treatment rooms and a unique cold cabin and there is even an 18-hole course which includes 22 water hazards.
Kabuki Raw – Finca Cortesin, Costa del Sol
Managed world leading experts in Japanese cuisine with five restaurants and a total of three Michelin stars in their portfolio, Kabuki Raw is Finca Cortesin’s flagship restaurant. Merging Japanese classics with Mediterranean influences and using the freshest seafood and produce from their own vegetable garden, Kabuki Raw is not to be missed.
The hotel itself also features several other restaurants and plenty to keep you active if you want to work off some of those indulgent calories! Finca Cortesin houses one of the longest championship quality golf courses in Europe, alongside tennis courts, a beach club, and a stunning spa.
Sea Grill – Puente Romano, Marbella
Sat on the water’s edge, the Sea Grill serves impressive dishes that could not be fresher. Delivering a mouth-watering menu of seasonal local flavours, this restaurant is the best way to get the true taste of the island. Food is very much the focus of this chic hotel, with La Plaza being a culinary hub located between all the hotel’s many restaurants.
You will find a vast variety of restaurants offering tantalizing dishes from all around the world. But the resort isn’t just about food and is also home to a serene Six Senses Spa and its own manicured golf course. So, whether it’s relaxation or activity you’re after, the Puente Romano Marbella can cater to your needs.
Botànic by Andrés Benítez – Can Bordoy, Palma
Follow the scent of organic goodness through an elegantly reclaimed 16th-century hotel, lavishly decorated with antique pieces and elegant modern touches. Here you will discover the atmospheric and appetising Botànic, serving up delicious healthy meals alongside an excellent wine menu, local dishes, and tasty smoothies.
Tranquillity is guaranteed at Can Bordy, with an enchanting secret garden, whirlpool tub, candlelit spa, and rooftop terrace with breathtaking views of Palma. If you’re looking for further dining options, there are an endless number of delicious restaurants right on your doorstep, with the hotel being found in the heart of Palma old quarter.
El Olivo – La Residenica, Mallorca
Nestled amongst the trees on a lush hillside and bringing a calming ambiance, El Olivo is a unique dining destination. Serving up a seasonal menu featuring stunning Mediterranean cuisine that uses locally sourced vegetables and produce, the vegetarian options are particularly impressive.
Even more, El Olivo has periodically won the Award of Excellence from the world-renowned Wine Spectator for its choice of wines. As well as El Olivo, La Residencia has three further restaurants to enjoy, alongside an incredible array of activities and excursions like sailing trips, hot air balloon rides and helicopter flights.
Ca’s Patro March – La Residenica, Mallorca
Just a short boat ride from La Residenica, Ca’s Patro March is a remote haven of dining delights. Not necessarily a hotel restaurant, but definitely deserving of a mention on any list of must-visit restaurants in Spain, Ca’s Patro March serves up the freshest fish on the island in a stunning setting, perched gently on the oceans edge.
Television fans might recognize this incredible dining destination from the acclaimed mini-series ‘The Night Manager’, starring Tom Hiddleston, as several of its scenes were filmed here. Make sure to book well ahead, as this beautiful restaurant has surged in popularity and become a hot spot for the rich and famous, often hosting celebrity guests.
If you are ready to undertake a culinary adventure of your own, contact us at Inspiring Travel Company to tailor-make every aspect of your foodie holiday in Spain.
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