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The best hotels of Seville

We have selected for you some of the best hotels right in the heart of Seville. All of them are historical buildings and offer typical Andalusian ambience. They are located at easy walking distance from the most important monuments:
The palace from "1001 Nights"

This palace in typical neo-mudejar style is a work of Aníbal González, the probably best known architect of the modernism in Seville, who has as well created the "Plaza de España" and many more monuments. The hotel was inaugurated personally by King Alfonso XIII in 1929 at the Ibero-American Exposition. Several sequences of the famous movie "Lawrence of Arabia" were filmed in the hotel's patio, which has not been modified since then and for this reason might appear familiar to you. (more info >>>)

Timeless Luxury "with an avant-garde charme"

This hotel which dates from 1929 has always been considered the "Hotel of the Toreros". It boasts classic aesthetic with marble floors, crystal chandeliers, columns and curtains. In 2008 the hotel was completely renovated and since then each floor is dedicated to a master of Spanish art: Goya, Murillo, El Greco, Velázquez … and each door is a painting. (more info >>>)

A city "within the city"

This hotel unifies no fewer than 27 buildings of the old Jewish Quarter (Barrio de Santa Cruz). Inbetween the buildings there is a labyrinth of narrow alleys which fomerly have been public. To walk on them today and discover the flower-filled patios with fountains, Roman statues and balconies is a privielge of the guests of the hotel. Spacious rooms with historic furniture and a friendly staff make a stay at this hotel a pleasure. (more info >>>)

A palace with "art, views, tradition and charme"

To stay at this 14th century palace in the heart of Seville is a true privilege. For generations this building has been owned by the same family, in 1965 they made it a hotel. The halls and rooms are furnished with antiquities and historic furniture, and each room is decorated entirely differnt and dedicated to a famous woman in the history of Seville. The situation of this hotel is unique, just opposite the Cathedral and the Giralda tower, and at night one almost has the feeling he could touch the illuminated Giralda from the hotel. (more info >>>)

Historical roots and "the luxury of a manor house"

This 18th century palace is located just at a few steps ftom the "Barrio de Santa Cruz", and it is a fine example of Mudejar-architekture in Seville. The patio is surrounded by marble columns and arcades, and the tower offers a magnificent view of the Cathedral and Giralda tower. Through huge doors you enter the subtle and elegant rooms which are equipped with high quality materials and have latticed balconies in typical Andalusian style. (more info >>>)


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