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Discover our hotels in Seville

Seville preserves a historical and cultural wealth that fills every corner with its own essence. Its old town is the largest in Spain and the third largest in Europe. Many artists have seen Seville as a picturesque place to find inspiration. Do you want to know more? Keep reading and stay in one of our hotels in Seville, located in central locations and well connected by public transport! [...] Ver más +

Hotels in Seville

Did you know that several monuments in the historic center of Seville are World Heritage Sites? We talk about the cathedral, the Archive of the Indies and the Real Alcázar. To introduce you to the history of Seville, the ideal thing is to walk through the Santa Cruz neighborhood, an old Jewish quarter, enjoying its squares full of orange trees and the flowery Andalusian patios. There you can visit the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. Inside is the tomb of Christopher Columbus, who is credited with the discovery of America.

We recommend climbing the stairs of the Giralda, an icon of the city and a very famous minaret tower, crowned by the Giraldillo. Seville enjoys very good weather all year round, so you can almost always enjoy clear days, with radiant sun.

Let yourself be carried away by the joy of Seville and try the local tapas in any of its neighborhoods. Surprise your palate with an unforgettable gastronomic experience with dishes such as chickpeas with spinach, whiskey sirloin, cheek or fried fish. In our hotels in Seville we also prepare typical local tapas so you don't miss out on this delicacy.

Another essential in Seville is the Real Alcázar, originally a fortress built in the 8th century, converted into a royal residence. From its interior, it is worth highlighting the Palace of Pedro I, with Mudejar architecture, and the Jardines del Estanque, with its penetrating aroma of jasmine. We recommend that you sign up for the activities organized to discover the curious corners and rooms of the Alcázar. Next door is the Archive of the Indies of Seville, the former Lonja de Mercaderes, from the 16th century.

Walking along the banks of the Guadalquivir you will reach the Torre del Oro, a watchtower built between the 13th and 14th centuries. The Plaza de España is located within the María Luisa Park, one of the iconic enclaves of the Sevillian capital. It is worth observing each of the different tiles that decorate the square and taking a photo on the bench of your favorite Spanish province.

Through the San Telmo Bridge or the Isabel II Bridge you will reach the Triana neighborhood, which breathes flamenco on all four sides. Don't miss attending a tablao to listen to flamenco at night, a unique experience!

To finish your weekend getaway or vacation, how about a boat trip on the Guadalquivir River? Centuries ago, trade prospered on the banks of the river, reaching its peak during the time of the Catholic Monarchs, who turned its river port into the most important on the peninsula.

Thanks to the good temperatures in this city for much of the year, you can take a refreshing swim in our hotels in Seville with a pool. Choose between Catalonia Santa Justa, Catalonia Giralda or Catalonia Híspalis and fall in love with the Andalusian capital.

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Sierra Nevada, 3 | 0.5 Km / Centre
Historical centre Pool With charm
8.8 / 10 - EXCELLENT
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Av. Andalucía, 52 | 4 Km / Centre
Car park Pool Quality/Price
8.2 / 10 - VERY GOOD
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José Laguillo, 8 | 0.5 Km / Centre
Downtown With charm Pool and spa
8.8 / 10 - EXCELLENT

What to do in Seville

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    Historical centre

    This area is where some of our hotels in Seville are located, you can enjoy the historic center just by leaving the hotel. Discover the most outstanding monuments of Sevillian history, many of which were built in the 16th century.
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    La Giralda

    It is the bell tower of the Seville Cathedral, declared a World Heritage Site in 1987. The term “giralda” comes from “girar” and refers to the weather vane that crowns the tower and can be seen from many points in the city, the famous Giraldillo.
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    Santa Justa station

    This train station connects Seville with different cities and towns in Spain through the high speed (AVE). Some of our hotels in Seville are close to the Santa Justa station.
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