On March 1, Abadia Retuerta LeDomaine, an exclusive, five-star hotel located in Spain’s Duero winegrowing region, will reopen after the winter season. Featuring 27 double rooms and three suites, Abadia Retuerta LeDomaine made its debut in 2012 after a complete renovation to the restored 12th century abbey where the hotel is housed. The Refectorio, which was once the abbey’s original dining hall with a vaulted Gothic ceiling and 17th century fresco, is now a one-Michelin-starred restaurant specializing in gastronomy. Vinoteca, which traditionally housed Abadia Retuerta’s private wine collection, serves tapas and small plates prepared with ingredients produced in the region. Seasonal dishes from salads to grilled meats are served al fresco during the spring and summer months in the Cloisters courtyard. The hotel’s winery produces celebrated vintages using a combination of ancient wine-making traditions and modern technology. Amenities and activities include 24-hour butler service, mountain biking and horseback riding on the estate, plus tours of the winery, helicopter rides and falconry displays. Rates start at $460 per night. For more information, visit ledomaine.es/en.