Spanish travelers can stay in their hotels for up to 30 days without a visa.
If they want to stay longer, they can take a flight to another country.
The limit is 40 days per person.
But the cost of a stay in a Spanish hotel depends on where you are staying and what type of room you want.
So if you want to spend an extended time in Spain, it may cost more than the official limit of three nights per person and up to five nights per night.
But if you’re just staying with friends and family, you can stay for as long as you want and the maximum stay will be 60 days.
If you want a more luxurious stay, you might want to pay more.
Here’s how to get around the limits in Spain.
How long will I stay in Spanish hotels?
The official limit for staying in Spanish hotel rooms is 60 days per individual, per person, per night, per hotel.
It is not set in stone.
But if you get an extension to stay in the hotel for more than 60 days, the hotel will be subject to a 30-day stay-in-place period.
The official limit is 90 days per stay.
How much longer do I need to stay at a Spanish tourist destination?
You can stay at any Spanish tourist attraction for up