Best of Seville

Seville, the Andalucian capital and the home of Carmen and Figaro, has a joyful atmosphere in an historic setting. At its heart, the gold-encrusted Alcazar Palace and the third largest church in Christendom stand side by side amongst the labyrinth of old Moorish streets.

Art lovers should visit the Fine Arts Museum with its superb collection of works by Spanish artists. There are a number of beautiful and ornate 'mudejar' style buildings, the best of which is the Casa Pilatos, a cool oasis with peaceful patios and elegant colonnades.


Seville Hotels

Alfonso XIII 5* GL

Intricate carvings, genuine crystal chandeliers, astounding arches and arabesques are just a few of the stunning details of Hotel Alfonso XIII. Named for the king who commissioned it in 1928, Hotel Alfonso XIII was designed to be Europe’s most luxurious hotel and adheres to the same mission one hundred years later.

Alfonso XIII 5* GL Alfonso XIII 5* GL
Las Casas de los Mercaderes 3*

A fabulous hotel located around a 17th centaury patio. The direct translation of the name is "the houses of the Merchants". The hotel is situated right in the centre of Sevilla's commercial activities between the Plaza del Salvador and Plaza San Francisco, close to the Cathedral and "Calle Serpes" street.

Las Casas de los Mercaderes 3* Las Casas de los Mercaderes 3*
Las Casas de la Juderia Hotel 4*

This marvellous hotel is located in the "La Juderia" (Jewish Santa Cruz Quarter) one of the most traditional areas in Seville. This building housed wealthy Spanish families during past centuries including the famous Padilla, Manriquez and Zuniga families.

Las Casas de la Juderia Hotel 4* Las Casas de la Juderia Hotel 4*
Petit Palace Santa Cruz 4*

The building itself is an imposing and emblematic 17th century mansion that has been fully developed and now boasts excellent technology and service as standard in all its elegant guestrooms.

Petit Palace Santa Cruz 4* Petit Palace Santa Cruz 4*


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