Seville is the largest city in Southern Spain and is famous for its wonderful architecture and historical sites. This iconic aesthetic extends into many of the city’s best hotels, meaning that whatever your budget, you can stay in true Seville style.
Hotel Alfonso XIII
This luxurious hotel is situated just a short distance from Catedral de Sevilla and the Real Alzacar de Sevilla, which makes it perfect for those visiting the city. The building was built in 1929 and has retained plenty of the original character despite being renovated in 2012. The hotel consists of 151 rooms decorated in varying styles, from the Castilian era to the Moorish era. Traditional styles are crossed with modern décor, throughout, with original features such as an inner courtyard decorated with Corinthian columns and marble medallions depicting famous Spaniards. Expect five-star standards and service.
As the name suggests, Hotel Amadeus is based around the theme of music, there are even instruments dotted throughout the interior that guests are welcome to pick up and play. Located in the heart of the city, it is convenient for business and leisure, although the atmosphere leans more towards the latter. Rooms are decorated in a traditional Spanish style, but service is up to date and professional, providing a warm, welcoming atmosphere. The terrace has a pool and a wonderful view of the city including the Catedral de Sevilla – the perfect spot for guests to enjoy breakfast and relax.
Sacristia de Santa Ana
Situated in La Alameda de Hércules in the historical quarter of Seville, Hotel Sacristía de Santa Ana is only a short walk from the city centre. Its location is perfect for guests who wish to remain close to the centre but not at its heart. Found within a former 18th century vestry, the hotel fits right in with the baroque and avant garde style of the surrounding buildings. The building provides plenty of character with a hospitable and comforting ambiance in the 24 rooms. The staff are also very warm and are always on hand to help guests with any enquiries.
Hotel Alcoba del Rey
Decorated in Moorish and Arabic styles, this hotel aims to transport guests back to the Andalusian era. Hotel Alcoba del Rey definitely provides guests with a traditional feel and staff are convivial and attentive. The atmosphere is relaxed and calm with the hotel located just outside the heart of Seville. Despite not being situated in the very heart of the city, the it’s located near to public transport and is not far to walk. It is the perfect location for those wishing to stay just outside of the hustle and bustle of Seville’s heart. The hotel also consists of a bar and restaurant with a wonderful breakfast served to guests in the morning, and is located right next door to the Basilica de Macarena which is worth a visit.
Situated within a stately home from the early 20th century, Hotel Sevilla is full of character and personality. Interiors belie the classic exterior with a modern design, including a beautiful inner garden, which is perfect for those wishing to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. The location is perfect as Hotel Sevilla is located only a short distance from the historic city centre with public transport available to guests, although visitors may find it just as easy to walk. There are a number of bars and restaurants nearby, with give the hotel a buzzing atmosphere.
Hotel Palacio de Vallapanés
Located close to the very centre of the city, near the Barrio de Santa Cruz, is Hotel Palacio de Vallapanés. The fantastically central location makes this hotel a convenient stay for everyone. Built in the 18th century and home to Manuel Lopez Pintado, the building provides guests with an air of elegance and sophistication. Despite renovations, the hotel has retained much of its original charm in the baroque décor, such as beautiful high ceilings with marble and stone arches and columns. With a pretty patio and efficient, friendly service, this is a welcome haven in the centre of Seville.
This hotel is very popular among visitors for it’s helpful staff and modern décor. The hotel provides a relaxing atmosphere which is perfect for guests who are spending the majority of time visiting the tourist spots and busy city centre. Doña Maria also has a rooftop pool where guests can relax and unwind after a busy day. However, it is the view from this hotel which is its most enchanting feature. Situated in extremely close proximity to the Catedral de Sevilla, this hotel offers an amazing view of this attraction with many guests choosing to admire the Cathedral at night from the hotel terrace.
Hotel Monte Carmelo
Just a 10 minute walk from the main sights of the city centre, Hotel Monte Carmelo is in the perfect location. Décor won’t win any design awards, but it is fairly modern with bright, well-sized bedrooms. The hotel serves a good breakfast buffet to set you up for a day of sightseeing, and has an ambient bar to welcome you back. With its reasonable prices and good staff, it’s no surprise that this is a popular spot.
Hotel Las Casas de La Judería
Situated in the heart of the city, Hotel Las Casas de La Judería consists of 27 houses joined by various passageways and paths. It’s a unique venue, and also a relaxing one. The hotel is almost like a little town in the heart of Seville and can transport you back in time with its traditional décor and historic surroundings. The hotel is decorated with an array of antiques, Roman statues and pedestals with rooms styled in the classic and Baroque style. There are a number of modern features, too such as a bar, a television and a communal telephone.
EME Catedral Hotel
EME Catedral Hotel has been renovated from 14 Sevillian style houses dating back to the 16th century. The extent of the restorations means that there is plenty of room within the hotel. As well as 60 modern furnished bedrooms, the hotel is home to a swimming pool, cocktails bars and even seven restaurants. However, the view is the most spectacular part of this stay. Situated right in front of the Catedral de Sevilla, this hotel provides a marvelous view and it’s highly recommended that guests walk onto the terrace to look over the Cathedral.