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Toledo, Albacete y Lanzarote

Discover Toledo, the city of three cultures. Enjoy a walk through Albacete, one of cities in Spain with the widest green areas. Get surprised by the landscape and warm “eternal spring” climate of the Canarian Islands. Or let the light of the Costa del Sol embrace you. With Beatriz Hotels all these destinations are at your fingertips.

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Toledo

The Hotel Beatriz Toledo Auditorium & Spa **** is situated just 45 minutes from Madrid and its airport, easily accessible by main road and AVE (high speed train).

Modernity and tradition meet at the Hotel Beatriz in Toledo, one of the world's most beautiful cities and a declared World Heritage Site.

Chosen as the best Conference Hotel in Spain by the OPC's and the best Convention Hotel by Curt Ediciones, the Hotel Beatriz Toledo Auditorium & Spa **** is the perfect choice for events and conventions, with spacious rooms and outdoor facilities to satisfy the most demanding needs, with amazing views of the impressive historical center of the Imperial City.

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Albacete

In the city of Albacete, next to the Convention Centre City of Albacete, is located Hotel Beatriz Albacete & Spa ****. This modern four-star hotel is the reference for the hospitality of Albacete in its category.
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Lanzarote

Known as "the islands of eternal spring", the Canary Islands enjoy a fantastic climate: sun and average temperatures of around 16º C in the winter and 25º C in the summer.

Lanzarote is distinct from everything, not only from the islands around it, but also from the rest of planet Earth. Its extraordinary landscape seems like it is from another world, and as it has been affirmed, it seems as though this island hasn't yet reached the 7th day of creation, and in some ways it is so. Like the other islands of the archipelago, it has volcanic origins, but in this case the volcanoes made their fury felt quite recently in the XVII and XIX centuries when great volcanic eruptions occurred that destroyed some 200 km2 and left the island burnt and covered in ashes.