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Hotels in Europe

Having an adventure in Europe? This is where you should be resting your head when visiting the continent’s best destinations

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Exploring Europe’s endless list of things to do, places to eat, sights to see and cultural experiences to be had is bound to tire you out, so you’ll want to make sure to have a comfortable place to rest your head each night. With that in mind, we’ve come up with a whole lot of lists featuring the best hotels in Europe, from super-fancy five-star places to comfortable budget lodgings.

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The Vine Hotel, Madeira
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The 13 best hotels in Madeira

Madeira’s hotel scene reflects the many facets of the island, from sleek contemporary ocean-facing beauties to old-school old town spots set in, yep, old schools

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Krakow
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The 10 best hotels in Krakow

Much like the city itself, Krakow’s accommodation shows off an absorbing history and culture, with hotels and guesthouses set in alluring and sometimes unexpected places

Hôtel La Pérouse Nice Baie des Anges
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The 10 best hotels in France

France offers its guests a dizzying range of accommodation – everything from Alpine lodges and seaside hideaways to chic city hotels and countryside chateaux

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We found the 10 best hotels to choose from when planning your trip to Rome.
Photograph: Courtesy JK Place Roma
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The 10 best hotels in Rome

Rest your head at one of the best hotels in Rome, whether a boutique hostel or a luxury lodging set in a historic convent

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No Man's Fort
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The 10 best hotels on the Isle of Wight

Accommodation ranges from smart, family-run B&Bs and Victorian cottages turned boutique hotel to miniature houses, safari tents and even – get this – an early 19th-century maritime fortress in the middle of the Solent

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