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The #1 Best Value of places to stay in Seville. Pool. Restaurant. Special offer​. Hotel website. Silken Al-Andalus Palace Hotel. Show Prices. #2 Best Value of. Mercer Sevilla. Go to enjoy flamboyant Moorish architecture, charming cobbled streets teeming with colour and rich in history and culture. Where to Stay. Seville's beautiful.

The hotel has good location. It is situated close to the railway station, bus station and tourist attractions. The hotel is really nice. Our room was big and comfortable. It was warm inside in December. We had small kitchen with the fridge and teapot, so we cooked a little bit.

We had room adjacent to a terrace on the roof and after 9 p. The staff is professional, very friendly and helpful. I recommend you this hotel. The cathedral and palace were the high points.

The bullfighting arena which has room for 12, spectators is well worth a visit for architectural reasons. It is a good idea to go to the Information Centre to find out when places are open as I went to two famous churches, only to find that they were closed!

There are so many restaurants and tapas bars that travellers can walk round the city and take their pick. The hotel Inglaterra is well placed in the old town and from there it is relatively easy to walk to the most important sites. Don't forget the wonderful temperatures which were up to 25C in early December.

Had a great long weekend in the Nervion area of Sevilla. Despite it being the end of November, the weather was sunny and warm, and the city people were friendly and very welcoming. We had a great first day on the Saturday - with a tapas bar meal for late lunchtime and an Italian restaurant meal in the evening.

We enjoyed a good Sunday evening watching the Sevilla v Valencia football match, with our hotel - Hotel Ayre - just a leisurely 5 minute walk from the ground. Then spent the Monday in the city centre, with an enjoyable river cruise trip and a walk around the other attractions such as the Alcazar Place, the Golden Tower, and more Genuinely, a great place It is warm place ,and very convenient.

U can go to see Flemenco in the near musume. And it is near to the Spain squire for 2. For a business trip. It is near to Sevilla SJ. I also go to church and see Missa celebration. I miss the train to Barcelona,maybe Sevilla want me to stay long ,jajaja.

For next trip in spain, Hotel Seville is my 1st choice. Alcoba del Rey is a beautifuly decorated hotel with the most accommodating staff, and the Princessa Wallada was the best room I stayed in throughout my stay in Spain! The three French doors that opened from my room to the square made it a great view, fresh air, and lots of natural light. Also the bathroom had a huge bathtub that fit both my companion and I, with dual sinks for space for all my toiletries.

I would highly reccomend this hotel. And this specific room if you can! Fabulous location to all old town attractions, palace, cathedrals and a minute or so to stumble upon the first of so many wonderful tapas bars in the beautiful Seville passageways. Staff were so friendly and informative. Even a real coffee machine in the room. Highly recommend this lovely hotel. The property was right in the centre of the old town up a laneway , it was the perfect location for us for a city break with my husband for a long weekend!

The staff recommended a flamenco show for us in a small theatre not far away and it was the highlight of our weekend! This hotel was a great place in Old Town Sevilla, Spain.

The facilities were clean. It was within 5 mins. The Metro was about a min. The food at the hotel restaurant was good plus hotel breakfast buffet had a great variety for a reasonable price. Great value! Loved everything. Gorgeous palace like boutique hotel with huge comfy rooms, luxury towels and Hermes products. Complimentary mini bar in room too. Fabulous location in old town. Eddie was a great host and helped us book a traditional Flamenco show which was amazing.

Would definitely stay here again and highly recommend. Perfect location for sightseeing. The hotel has been remodeled from an old townhouse and has a beautiful patio and inside fountains and everything that is typical for Seville. The staff was very friendly and accommodating.

Rooms were cleaned daily, so that even the older flair of the premises is maintained appropriately. Great location and really nice boutique hotel into the old town with great renovated rooms.

I really enjoy this place it was wonderful. I want to say a " huge'' thank you to the great staff at the reception desk because they help me to found my bag that i forgot to the public bus Pleasant stay Very charming, old style hotel with musical themes in the heart of old town Seville.

It has a very European ambience. Location is central to everything. Breakfast was reasonable, continental style on a lovely terrace where you can also go for a drink in the evening. The hotel is perfectly located in the old town - restaurants and shops close by. Also well located to walk to the meeting points for the fabulous free walking tours of Seville. Clean rooms and really helpful staff. Very nice and cosy hotel was the first hotel to stay in spain and totally good value for money , the hotel is very generous the breakfast buffet was amazing and staff are really nice and helpful.

It was by far the best hotel I booked in Spain. Fabulous hotel, the reception staff were so friendly and helpful and the room was perfect. A hidden gem in the narrow streets of old town, Seville! Gorgeous hotel in a great bit of old town Seville.

Massive bed, clean, rooftop pool with bar, just gorgeous. Staff really friendly and helpful. Great location, host was very informative and all was very organized and clean. Bed was the most comfortable during my entire stay in Spain. The location, staff , services, It is really among the best hotels in Spain, I recommend it for everyone visiting Seville. Locations is everything. Amazing place. Very welcoming staff. Great location in the City Centre of the old town of Seville. Incredible location, across the road from the Cathedral.

Nice, comfortable and clean, absolutely brilliant. Everything was just perfect starting with the checkin with Tatiana thanks so much for making our stay perfect thanks for all the useful tips and taking all the time to help. List your property. This includes essential security and accessibility features. We use this information to improve our website and services.

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With several clusters of tapas bars, it has a quieter, more residential feel than Barrio Santa Cruz, and there are numerous tiny plazas and appealing churches to discover.

There are numerous mid-range, self-catering options here, as well as several hotels. Across the river from El Arenal is the up-and-coming neighborhood of Triana, renowned for its distinctive character.

Accommodations consist of several high end and boutique hotels, short-term apartment rentals, and a few budget hotels. This is a quiet neighborhood, with very few hotels on the periphery and practically no dining options to speak of, though the tapas bars of Triana and Macarena are both within walking distance.

South of Triana is Los Remedios, a purpose-built residential district, with apartment blocks and fashion boutiques lining wide, straight avenues. Apart from several mid-range hotels, there are numerous self-catering options. Best Neighborhoods in Seville for Sightseeing: Barrio Santa Cruz, El Arenas, and Centre Since these three central neighborhoods are right next to each other and imminently walkable, all three are very convenient for sightseeing.

Barrio Santa Cruz is excellent for access to the biggest attractions: the Cathedral and the Alcazar. Centre is particularly good for shopping, and also for fine arts at the Museo de Bellas Artes. Lively pockets of nightlife dot the historical center of the city, as well as Triana. Triana is very much a local scene, with lively tapas bars open until the wee hours of the morning, particularly along Calle Betis. The tapas bars and cocktail bars dotted around Centre also attract a mix of visitors and locals.

Triana and El Arenal are renowned for their down-to-earth tapas bars where simple local dishes are beautifully executed. Macarena offers a mix of excellent tapas bars, along with some sit-down restaurants specializing in fusion cuisine.

Both Centre and Barrio Santa Cruz have a mix of old-school tapas bars serving Andalusian standards, new wave gourmet tapas bars, fine dining establishments with traditional Spanish cuisine and even some international restaurants serving sushi and Indian food.

Centre is walkable, has good family-friendly hotels and is closer on foot to the Isla Magica theme park, which is across the river in La Cartuja. While Los Remedios is further out of the center and short on sights, there are good, family-friendly hotels here, as well as a large park for kids to explore. Must be something about the picture-perfect tiny streets, tiny plazas filled with orange blossoms, horse-drawn carriage rides by the Cathedral, some excellent formal dining options and intimate boutique hotels where Old World architecture meets personalized service.

Still rough around the edges, this working-class neighborhood is where Seville used to produce all the beautiful ceramic tiles that you see around the city, though few ceramic workshops remain open. The cobbled streets here resemble Barrio Santa Cruz, but the houses are far less grand and the lively tapas bars along Calle Betis consistently fill with locals. Best Neighborhood in Seville for Walking: Barrio Santa Cruz This neighborhood consists of a maze of numerous tiny streets lined with bars, shops, and restaurants that are a pleasure to explore on foot.

There is little in the way of traffic and some streets are entirely pedestrian.

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Go to enjoy flamboyant Moorish architecture, charming cobbled streets teeming with colour and rich in history and culture. Where to Stay. Seville's beautiful. Most visitors opt to stay in area such as Santa Cruz, the former Jewish barrio with narrow evocative streets, or El Arenal, which has wider avenues and is generally​. The #1 Best Value of places to stay in Seville. Pool. Restaurant. Special offer​. Hotel website. Silken Al-Andalus Palace Hotel. Show Prices. #2 Best Value of.

For beers with the locals, check out the Feria Market, where you can choose from a variety of market stall for a snack. People will crowd the terraces from the early hours to drink small beers and later after lunch move on to the gin and tonics. This means passionate people, great food, and longtime traditions such as ceramics and flamenco. I love the gorgeous Triana Market and one of my favorite tapas bars in town Las Golondrinas is here.

Where to Stay : Triana is the place to live like a local and that means renting a nice tourist apartment where you can make good use of the local market! Any amazing local gems that we missed? Just returned from Seville, stayed at Hotel and it was outstanding, with breakfast included and quiet clean rooms.

Would suggest tapas at Cafe Azotea — incredible oxtail meatballs with black garlic aioli was best dish I had on vacation. Wines are inexpensive and excellent everywhere we went. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.

The ancient Moorish city of Granada is filled with charm at every turn, and each neighborhood has its own unique atmosphere. Choosing where to stay in Granada can be a challenge, so we're here to help! We love planning a trip to a new city, researching local foodie spots and…. Where to stay in Granada? For such a small city, there are a lot of amazing options! Or perhaps a more…. From regal buildings to quaint hidden gems, Seville has it all.

The gorgeous Seville city center. My gorgeous room at Corral del Rey Where to Eat : This is the neighborhood we usually visit on our Tapas and Flamenco Tour in Seville , and there are some great finds — though also plenty of tourist traps, so do be careful!

Flamenco in Seville is a must-do. Las Setas — Calle Feria — La Alameda Some may criticize my choice to group these together, but in my mind, these areas connect within about a minute walk and are similar in their quirky vibe. The Triana Market is one of my favorites.

The rest of the city is built around a series of expansion projects, the most important being that carried our for the Latin American Exhibition of , built along the southern stretch of the Guadalquivir River. In , near the Cartuja Monastery, a new area was developed to the west of the city where Expo 92 was held. If you are looking for the best Seville hotels, you can choose between traditional Seville hotels, with their typical Andalusian flair, trendy Boutique Hotels Seville as well as cozy bed and breakfast in Seville.

Fiestas Seville has some of the most important fiestas in Andalusia. Semana Santa started in the 14th century and is the city's most famous celebration.

It spans the 7 days of Easter, with the staging of daily processions. The other big celebration, the Feria de Abril, was created in the midth century as an agricultural and cattle fair. During the celebration, the city's men flock to the event dressed in short jackets, boots and chaps, and the women wear colourful dresses with ruffles.

The procession is solemn, but the uniforms and dress of the different Brotherhoods are colourful. Many of the streets along the path are covered with white awnings. Andalusian cuisine has been influenced both by the climate and by the many cultures that have established themselves here. The land is ideal for growing olives and grapes. In fact, one of the oldest and most famous wines in the world - sherry - is cultivated here.

Another excellent drink has also been created in Andalusia: the sangria, a blend of red wine and fruit. Gazpacho soup is also an excellent light meal. Ask our advice! Need inspiration? We can help you. Lets us help you find the perfect place for your holiday Ask our advice. Apartamentos Real de la Carreteria. Alcoba del Rey de Sevilla.

Aguilas5 SevillaSuites. Finca La Favorita. Hotel Amadeus Sevilla. Hacienda de San Rafael.

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The #1 Best Value of places to stay in Seville. Pool. Restaurant. Special offer​. Hotel website. Silken Al-Andalus Palace Hotel. Show Prices. #2 Best Value of. Most visitors opt to stay in area such as Santa Cruz, the former Jewish barrio with narrow evocative streets, or El Arenal, which has wider avenues and is generally​. A unique selection of the most beautiful, authentic and romantic hotels in Seville, Andalusia, Spain.

The historic centre of Seville is located on the left bank of the river in a spot previously protected by the Almohade wall, of which some ruins remain today. On the right bank of the river stands the Arrabal suburb. These are the most interesting areas for the traveller to visit. The rest of the city is built around a series of expansion projects, the most important being that carried our for the Latin American Exhibition of , built along the southern stretch of the Guadalquivir River.

In , near the Cartuja Monastery, a new area was developed to the west of the city where Expo 92 was held. If you are looking for the best Seville hotels, you can choose between traditional Seville hotels, with their typical Andalusian flair, trendy Boutique Hotels Seville as well as cozy bed and breakfast in Seville. Fiestas Seville has some of the most important fiestas in Andalusia.

Semana Santa started in the 14th century and is the city's most famous celebration. It spans the 7 days of Easter, with the staging of daily processions. The other big celebration, the Feria de Abril, was created in the midth century as an agricultural and cattle fair. During the celebration, the city's men flock to the event dressed in short jackets, boots and chaps, and the women wear colourful dresses with ruffles. The procession is solemn, but the uniforms and dress of the different Brotherhoods are colourful.

Many of the streets along the path are covered with white awnings. Andalusian cuisine has been influenced both by the climate and by the many cultures that have established themselves here. The land is ideal for growing olives and grapes. In fact, one of the oldest and most famous wines in the world - sherry - is cultivated here.

Another excellent drink has also been created in Andalusia: the sangria, a blend of red wine and fruit. Gazpacho soup is also an excellent light meal. Ask our advice! Need inspiration? We can help you. Lets us help you find the perfect place for your holiday Ask our advice. Apartamentos Real de la Carreteria. Alcoba del Rey de Sevilla.

Aguilas5 SevillaSuites. For the young and rowdy crowd backpacking through Spain or traveling on a budget, the neighborhoods outside of Centro are the ideal pick. Here are our top picks for places to stay in Seville ranging from budget options to luxury hotels.

Seville is bursting with cheap accommodation, where your money goes a long way in terms of what you get. The hostel is bright and colorful, with a super charming feel. While the rooms may be a bit small, you have the benefit of way more privacy than at typical hostels as each room has its own private bathroom.

With lots of tapas bars are close by and most major attractions within easy walking distance, a stay here is a guaranteed good time. Compare prices and check availability: Booking. The bunk beds are wooden, giving the rooms a rustic feel, with a locker provided for storing valuables. The hostel also offers free breakfast, the occasional free dinner, and tons of events as well — total win, huh? Featuring a quaint inner courtyard draped in greenery, this hotel is full of charm. Rooms are pretty basic but are cute and well-decorated with stunning views of the colorful neighborhood.

Airbnb Travel Tip: If you prefer to stay in apartments or homes, we recommend Airbnb. Here are our favorite picks to help narrow the pool a little bit! From the roof, you can take in panoramic views of the city — perfect for warm summer evenings!

And if it gets too hot outside, you can take advantage of the air-conditioned lounge areas inside. Talk about a dreamy vacation for a decent price tag. Rooms are fresh-looking with modern, wooden accents, fluffy rugs, and armchairs that are great for sinking into after a long day. When not in your room, lounge by the rooftop pool or open-air foyers. Generally located in the city center, rooms in luxury hotels in Seville often boast stunning city views, rooftop terraces, and balconies for private enjoyment.

This hotel has a classic elegance that will make you feel like an Old World king or queen, no matter where you are in the building. Sit and enjoy live music in the beautiful courtyard, surrounded by the towering pillars of the building, sculptures, and tranquil greenery. Some rooms even have balconies or private patios so you can take in the views of Seville from the comfort of your own room!

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Las Casas de El Arenal. A neighbourhood guide to the best areas to stay in Seville, as chosen by our resident experts, including the best hotels in Alameda, Arenal. Barrio Santa Cruz is definitely the best area in Seville for first-timers and the most visited part of the city! It's so picturesque! You'll find plenty of.

Highlights: the Atarazanas old royal shipyards ; the Postigo de Aceite, a gate from the old city walls; and the Torre del Oro, a Moorish tower standing guard over the river. It's handy for a post-shopping lunch, with upmarket offerings alongside the regular tapas joints.

As well as high-street favourites Zara and Mango, check out Soho Benita, an area of independent shops and galleries with quirky pieces by Spanish artists and designers. Metropol Parasol is a contemporary wooden structure whose undulating rooftop walkway offers incredible views. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.

Visit our adblocking instructions page. Where to stay. This classically elegant hotel dotted with clever repro Roman sculptures is a gem.

Sometimes, Centro can also include the residential neighborhood, El Arenal, famous for having the oldest bullfighting ring in Spain as well as a myriad of budget accommodation options. Triana is a sweet neighborhood to stay in and one of the best places for tapas in Seville.

You can also spend your time along the lovely walk street along the river filled with bars and restaurants. Triana is known for having the best nightlife in Seville with numerous clubs, discotheques, and cervezerias in the area. The best word to describe Alameda is hip. Once a rather downtrodden neighborhood, today Alameda is full of galleries, yoga studios, and vegetarian eateries frequented by a younger, more alternative crowd in Seville. Alameda is packed with artsy shops, fashion stores, and bars and restaurants galore.

Similar to La Alameda, this area was once much poorer, but after a large gentrification effort, it has begun to attract hip residents and young professionals. The churches and small squares in the area have remained, which adds a cool contrast to the trendy shops located around every corner.

That said, we recommend getting a rental car for a day or two so that you can visit other nearby towns like Ronda, Cordoba, and the Pueblo Blancos! For the young and rowdy crowd backpacking through Spain or traveling on a budget, the neighborhoods outside of Centro are the ideal pick. Here are our top picks for places to stay in Seville ranging from budget options to luxury hotels. Seville is bursting with cheap accommodation, where your money goes a long way in terms of what you get.

The hostel is bright and colorful, with a super charming feel. While the rooms may be a bit small, you have the benefit of way more privacy than at typical hostels as each room has its own private bathroom.

Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. This hotel is on a quiet side street but close to major sights. Hotel Unuk Soho has a restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, a fitness centre and bar in Seville.

This 4-star hotel offers a shared lounge and a tour desk. Super modern and fantastic location! Everything was perfect. Def will come back when we be back.

Old town , Triana and Alameda are popular with other travellers visiting Seville. Looking for something even fancier? Seville is a city that lends itself perfectly to just wandering around and soaking up the atmosphere. And there is plenty of atmosphere to be soaked up. People watching is very much a pastime here, and all over Seville restaurants teem with well-heeled locals enjoying a laidback coffee or cerveza under the shade of a citrus tree.

The city also has its fair share of must-see sights. Just on the outskirts of the city is Seville Airport. Public transport from here provides easy access to the array of Seville hotels, guest houses and apartments that Booking. Error: Please enter a valid email address. Error: Sorry. An error has occurred. We've sent you an email so you can complete your subscription.

You can see the evidence of its rich colonial past in the grandeur and scale of the architecture. Following the tram line from Plaza Nueva down to where you can see the towers of the Plaza de Espana is a good way to stretch your legs but not lose a pretty easy route. There are two museums at the far end of the Maria Luisa park gardens, that have free entry for EU citizens and then a stroll back up the river side to the Golden Tower and the area close to the Cathedral.

When you are tired you can always feed the tram ticket machine with 1 euro. We travelled in by train from Malaga but were glad we got off at San Bernardo, where you can catch the tram to Archivo de las Indias, where our hotel was, yards from the Cathedral.

Hotel Simon was a huge bargain, provided your life is not ruled by a certain breakfast or wanting TV more than site seeing! Eating was easy as there are hundreds of places competing with each other with special deals. We found the half plate portion too generous so opted for tapas on our second visit and were very happy with this venue. Good vibe with numerous sidewalk cafes. Enjoyable Flamenco show - if you can understand Spanish.

Gran Melia Colon- fabulous hotel. Hotel Casa excellent too. Weather not too cold, just light jacket needed. The hotel has good location. It is situated close to the railway station, bus station and tourist attractions.

The hotel is really nice. Our room was big and comfortable. It was warm inside in December. We had small kitchen with the fridge and teapot, so we cooked a little bit. We had room adjacent to a terrace on the roof and after 9 p. The staff is professional, very friendly and helpful. I recommend you this hotel. The cathedral and palace were the high points. The bullfighting arena which has room for 12, spectators is well worth a visit for architectural reasons.

It is a good idea to go to the Information Centre to find out when places are open as I went to two famous churches, only to find that they were closed! There are so many restaurants and tapas bars that travellers can walk round the city and take their pick. The hotel Inglaterra is well placed in the old town and from there it is relatively easy to walk to the most important sites.

Don't forget the wonderful temperatures which were up to 25C in early December. Had a great long weekend in the Nervion area of Sevilla. Despite it being the end of November, the weather was sunny and warm, and the city people were friendly and very welcoming. We had a great first day on the Saturday - with a tapas bar meal for late lunchtime and an Italian restaurant meal in the evening. We enjoyed a good Sunday evening watching the Sevilla v Valencia football match, with our hotel - Hotel Ayre - just a leisurely 5 minute walk from the ground.

Then spent the Monday in the city centre, with an enjoyable river cruise trip and a walk around the other attractions such as the Alcazar Place, the Golden Tower, and more Genuinely, a great place It is warm place ,and very convenient. U can go to see Flemenco in the near musume. And it is near to the Spain squire for 2. For a business trip. It is near to Sevilla SJ. I also go to church and see Missa celebration. I miss the train to Barcelona,maybe Sevilla want me to stay long ,jajaja.

For next trip in spain, Hotel Seville is my 1st choice. Alcoba del Rey is a beautifuly decorated hotel with the most accommodating staff, and the Princessa Wallada was the best room I stayed in throughout my stay in Spain!

The three French doors that opened from my room to the square made it a great view, fresh air, and lots of natural light. Also the bathroom had a huge bathtub that fit both my companion and I, with dual sinks for space for all my toiletries.

I would highly reccomend this hotel. And this specific room if you can! Fabulous location to all old town attractions, palace, cathedrals and a minute or so to stumble upon the first of so many wonderful tapas bars in the beautiful Seville passageways.

Staff were so friendly and informative. Even a real coffee machine in the room. Highly recommend this lovely hotel. The property was right in the centre of the old town up a laneway , it was the perfect location for us for a city break with my husband for a long weekend!

The staff recommended a flamenco show for us in a small theatre not far away and it was the highlight of our weekend! This hotel was a great place in Old Town Sevilla, Spain. The facilities were clean. It was within 5 mins. The Metro was about a min. The food at the hotel restaurant was good plus hotel breakfast buffet had a great variety for a reasonable price. Great value! Loved everything.

Gorgeous palace like boutique hotel with huge comfy rooms, luxury towels and Hermes products. Complimentary mini bar in room too. Fabulous location in old town. Eddie was a great host and helped us book a traditional Flamenco show which was amazing. Would definitely stay here again and highly recommend. Perfect location for sightseeing. The hotel has been remodeled from an old townhouse and has a beautiful patio and inside fountains and everything that is typical for Seville.

The staff was very friendly and accommodating. Rooms were cleaned daily, so that even the older flair of the premises is maintained appropriately. Great location and really nice boutique hotel into the old town with great renovated rooms. I really enjoy this place it was wonderful. I want to say a " huge'' thank you to the great staff at the reception desk because they help me to found my bag that i forgot to the public bus Pleasant stay Very charming, old style hotel with musical themes in the heart of old town Seville.

It has a very European ambience. Location is central to everything. Breakfast was reasonable, continental style on a lovely terrace where you can also go for a drink in the evening. The hotel is perfectly located in the old town - restaurants and shops close by. Also well located to walk to the meeting points for the fabulous free walking tours of Seville.

Clean rooms and really helpful staff.

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Most visitors opt to stay in area such as Santa Cruz, the former Jewish barrio with narrow evocative streets, or El Arenal , which has wider avenues and is generally considered upmarket or 'pijo', if that's not your thing. For an evening of nice bars and dining with atmosphere I would recommend the Alameda de Hercules.

Its real friendly part of the city and is always busy 7 days a week!!! I have already book my tickets to see Alhambra.. I will look into it. I always stay at the Hotel Becquer located at the Barrio Arenal. It takes minutes to walk to downtown. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Best areas to stay in Seville? Watch this Topic. Browse forums All Browse by destination. Seville forums. All forums. Report inappropriate content. Related: What are the most popular tours in Seville?

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Hotel Alcazar. Silken Al-Andalus Palace Hotel. Las Casas de la Juderia. H10 Corregidor Boutique Hotel. It's handy for a post-shopping lunch, with upmarket offerings alongside the regular tapas joints.

As well as high-street favourites Zara and Mango, check out Soho Benita, an area of independent shops and galleries with quirky pieces by Spanish artists and designers. Metropol Parasol is a contemporary wooden structure whose undulating rooftop walkway offers incredible views. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.

Visit our adblocking instructions page. Where to stay. This classically elegant hotel dotted with clever repro Roman sculptures is a gem. It's located in a handy if not pretty position between the hip Alameda district with its boho bar-gallery-shops, and the main Zara-tastic central shopping area. The buzzing rooftop bar and restaurant has fabulous city views. Check availability. Rates provided by. A boutique hotel in a converted 18th-century mansion with traditional arcade patio, delightfully relaxed considering Seville's hottest restaurant and bar scene is on its doorstep.

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There are so many beautiful wine regions that it is hard to make a choice. Centre is walkable, has good family-friendly hotels and is closer on foot to the Isla Magica theme park, which is across the river in La Cartuja. While Los Remedios is further out of the center and short on sights, there are good, family-friendly hotels here, as well as a large park for kids to explore. Must be something about the picture-perfect tiny streets, tiny plazas filled with orange blossoms, horse-drawn carriage rides by the Cathedral, some excellent formal dining options and intimate boutique hotels where Old World architecture meets personalized service.

Still rough around the edges, this working-class neighborhood is where Seville used to produce all the beautiful ceramic tiles that you see around the city, though few ceramic workshops remain open. The cobbled streets here resemble Barrio Santa Cruz, but the houses are far less grand and the lively tapas bars along Calle Betis consistently fill with locals.

Best Neighborhood in Seville for Walking: Barrio Santa Cruz This neighborhood consists of a maze of numerous tiny streets lined with bars, shops, and restaurants that are a pleasure to explore on foot. There is little in the way of traffic and some streets are entirely pedestrian.

Barrio Santa Cruz is part of the old city and is the historical heart of Seville. The Hospital de la Caridad, the Plaza de Toros bull ring and the Torre de Oro in El Arenal are a five to ten-minute walk west, while the Flamenco Museum on the edge of Centre is a minute walk north. The Museo de Bellas Artes in Centre is a minute walk north and it takes around 20 minutes to reach the tapas bars of Macarena north of Centre or the plazas and churches of Triana — the latter being across the river: take the Puente de Triana west.

Barrio Santa Cruz, Centre, El Arenal, Macarena, Los Remedios — all these are largely safe to walk around any time of day, though precautions apply at night. In Barrio Santa Cruz and Centre, things can get rather lively on weekend nights.

Parks are also best avoided at night, as is the area just to the east of Barrio Santa Cruz, between the barrio and the train station. Bordered by El Arenal to the west and Centre to the north, the most visited part of Seville comprises a medieval maze of tiny, winding streets, lined with picturesque whitewashed houses and dotted with tiny plazas filled with orange trees.

This used to be the Juderia Jewish quarter and the churches here were originally synagogues. The Alcazar royal palace is a heavyweight attraction just south of the Cathedral. Barrio Santa Cruz has a superb dining scene catering to all tastes; Calle Mateas Gago, in particular, is lined with excellent tapas bars and smart restaurants.

The streets are dotted with some excellent, low-key tapas bars, and there are superb views of Triana from the riverbank. Formerly a poor slum, the barrio of Macarena sits north of Centre in the old city.

Its narrow streets are lined with characterful historical buildings, crumbling old mansions that have been restored and clusters of tapas bars popular with locals. The tapas bars are an attraction in their own right, with many concentrated along the Calle Betis that parallels the waterfront. The 15th century Monasterio de la Cartuja sits in the center of this quiet part of town, north of Triana and west of the river.

South of Triana and reachable from Barrio Santa Cruz via a short, handy metro line, Los Remedios is an affluent residential area, its wide, straight street contrasting with the medieval maze of the old city.

This exuberant, week-long celebration happens two weeks after the Semana Santa and involves costumed parades and street parties.

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For such a small city, there are a lot of amazing options! Or perhaps a more…. From regal buildings to quaint hidden gems, Seville has it all. The gorgeous Seville city center. My gorgeous room at Corral del Rey Where to Eat : This is the neighborhood we usually visit on our Tapas and Flamenco Tour in Seville , and there are some great finds — though also plenty of tourist traps, so do be careful! Flamenco in Seville is a must-do.

Las Setas — Calle Feria — La Alameda Some may criticize my choice to group these together, but in my mind, these areas connect within about a minute walk and are similar in their quirky vibe. Quirky furniture, period details and great value make this family-owned spot the top choice in the Alameda district. Just behind the Bullring, the revamped 18th-century palacio has a beautiful patio and many original features.

So discreet it doesn't even have a sign, this restored 17th-century mansion hidden down a tiny alley in Santa Cruz offers service worthy of a five-star establishment, plus nightly live guitar performances, a superbly stocked bar, and a large roof terrace with cathedral views.

Free afternoon tea buffet plus rooftop terrace with pool offering picture-perfect views of the cathedral are deal-clinchers. This friendly, family-owned hotel is hidden down a tiny alley in Barrio Santa Cruz, filled with musical instruments and memorabilia — from electric violins to a 16th-century harp — plus sound-proofed piano rooms.

One of only a few five-star hotels in central Seville, this full-on glam-luxe option boasts an Art Nouveau stained-glass dome, sexy red velvet chairs and live crooners. We've noticed you're adblocking. We rely on advertising to help fund our award-winning journalism. The best word to describe Alameda is hip. Once a rather downtrodden neighborhood, today Alameda is full of galleries, yoga studios, and vegetarian eateries frequented by a younger, more alternative crowd in Seville.

Alameda is packed with artsy shops, fashion stores, and bars and restaurants galore. Similar to La Alameda, this area was once much poorer, but after a large gentrification effort, it has begun to attract hip residents and young professionals. The churches and small squares in the area have remained, which adds a cool contrast to the trendy shops located around every corner.

That said, we recommend getting a rental car for a day or two so that you can visit other nearby towns like Ronda, Cordoba, and the Pueblo Blancos! For the young and rowdy crowd backpacking through Spain or traveling on a budget, the neighborhoods outside of Centro are the ideal pick. Here are our top picks for places to stay in Seville ranging from budget options to luxury hotels. Seville is bursting with cheap accommodation, where your money goes a long way in terms of what you get. The hostel is bright and colorful, with a super charming feel.

While the rooms may be a bit small, you have the benefit of way more privacy than at typical hostels as each room has its own private bathroom. With lots of tapas bars are close by and most major attractions within easy walking distance, a stay here is a guaranteed good time. Compare prices and check availability: Booking. The bunk beds are wooden, giving the rooms a rustic feel, with a locker provided for storing valuables.

The hostel also offers free breakfast, the occasional free dinner, and tons of events as well — total win, huh?

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Lobby Room Sevilla. Like the neighborhoods, accommodation in Seville is extremely diverse too. Choose from ultra budget hotels and hostels to luxury stays. A unique selection of the most beautiful, authentic and romantic hotels in Seville, Andalusia, Spain.

Please refresh the page and retry. Nearby Espacio Santa Clara, a former Moorish palace-turned-convent, holds concerts and exhibitions. Today the sailors have been replaced by a an affluent crowd enjoying good tapas and spontaneous flamenco. Highlights: the Atarazanas old royal shipyards ; the Postigo de Aceite, a gate from the old city walls; and the Torre del Oro, a Moorish tower standing guard over the river.

It's handy for a post-shopping lunch, with upmarket offerings alongside the regular tapas joints. As well as high-street favourites Zara and Mango, check out Soho Benita, an area of independent shops and galleries with quirky pieces by Spanish artists and designers. Metropol Parasol is a contemporary wooden structure whose undulating rooftop walkway offers incredible views. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.

Visit our adblocking instructions page. Where to stay. This classically elegant hotel dotted with clever repro Roman sculptures is a gem.

It's located in a handy if not pretty position between the hip Alameda district with its boho bar-gallery-shops, and the main Zara-tastic central shopping area. Some of the rooms have a balcony as well, with beautiful views of the city. This 5-star property has an outdoor pool, free Wi-Fi, an on-site gym and a beautiful garden where you can relax and unwind!

This gorgeous 4-star accommodation is one of the best hotels in Seville, Spain, located in a 19th-century mansion, nearby all the best attractions in the city! Legado Alcazar — This is another 4-star accommodation that awaits with beautiful rooms, most of them having a nice terrace or balcony as well, so you can see the city!

Plus, you can eat some delicious, local breakfast each morning. Book a room here if you want to be surrounded by the best local attractions in the city including beautiful Moorish architecture, tiny squares and churches.

They have free Wi-Fi and a beautiful rooftop terrace which is perfect for some relaxation! Pick your stay in one of their dormitory rooms if you want to enjoy a cozy atmosphere and to save some bucks at the same time! Check the rates for Barrio Santa Cruz.

Book a room at this 5-star hotel if you want to enjoy a gorgeous rooftop pool, and an on-site restaurant and bar. The location is very central, close to many flamenco bars and food places. They offer different types of rooms including some dormitory rooms if you are on a tight budget. I think the double room is one of the best deals for the guests! For You Hostel Sevilla — This is another great hostel that offers excellent service.

This 2-star hostel is located in a quiet place right in the center of Seville, very close to Seville Church and Plaza de Armas Square. El Viajero en Seville — If you prefer a cute and cozy guesthouse instead, I got you covered as well!

This is the ideal choice if you want a local atmosphere, as this house is very homey and full of colorful tiles. Check the rates for Centre. El Arenal El Arenal is another excellent choice to stay in Seville, centrally located and full of interesting attractions and things to do! Some of the best advantages of staying here include free access to the rooftop pool and roof terrace, on-site restaurant and bar and the excellent location.

Hotel Lobby Room Sevilla — Did you not decide yet? This is another great 4-star hotel in this area, very close to the city centre. Besides the amazing service, I recommend booking a room here if you want to be close to all the main spots and historic sights of Seville! Plus, the staff is super helpful and they can organize tours for you! This nice hostel has very good reviews. Hotel Simon — Let me tell you right from the start — this super affordable hotel is super pretty, decorated with local, colorful ceramic tiles!

Check the rates for El Arenal. Monte Triana — This 4-star hotel is my recommendation for people who want bright, spacious rooms, free Wi-Fi, an on-site bar-cafe, and a very good fitness center that you can use for free if you are a guest of this property.

So cool! Zenit Seville — Honestly, this is one of the best 4-star hotels that I could find around this area! This stunning 3-star hotel has some incredible reviews, as all the past guests simply loved their experience there!

Awesome deal! I recommend it to a group of up to 4 people. The rooms are super clean and very cozy and the staff is incredibly friendly and helpful! Triana Backpackers — If you want to stay on a budget close to tons of food places, bars and cafes, this option is definitely for you! This hostel has a charming rooftop terrace where you can admire the city and make some new friends at the same time!

Resitur — For those of you looking for the comfort of an apartment instead, I got one option for you as well! This beautiful apartment awaits with bright rooms, free Wi-Fi, a very good location and some unbeatable prices. Check the rates for Triana. Macarena — Where to stay in Seville on a budget. If you are staying in the area, you need to know your moves - this is how to dance Macarena the right way! Then search no more and book a room here! This one looks simply amazing, I really love the decor style — so contemporary and clean!

They even have their own restaurant and bar, which is a great advantage. Sacristia de Santa Ana — This hotel is another very good choice in Macarena. How cool is that? Alcoba del Rey de Seville — This is another great 3-star hotel in Macarena. The rooms are very cute and colorful, decorated in a classical style and they even have a nice patio in the center of the property where you can relax and enjoy your time!

For example this beautiful hostel is super close to many affordable bars, flamenco places and cool clubs. One of the best things about this place is the rooftop terrace — so cool!

Check the rates for Macarena. Alameda Alameda is my recommendation for those of you who are looking for the coolest, hipster-like neighborhood in Seville! H10 Corregidor Boutique Hotel — This charming boutique hotel is ideal for anyone looking for stylish and clean rooms, an Andalusian patio, free Wi-Fi and access to a great fitness center as well.

Great for people interested in a cozy atmosphere and exploring the city! It awaits with free Wi-Fi, beautiful balcony views, and a central position, very close to Giralda Tower, for example! I hear you! The Corner House — This beautiful guest house comes with some unbeatable prices! The rooms are gorgeous and the location is just perfect — super close to Metropol Parasol. It even has a restaurant on the ground floor — so good!

Check the rates for Alameda.

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Ateneo Sevilla. Barrio Santa Cruz is definitely the best area in Seville for first-timers and the most visited part of the city! It's so picturesque! You'll find plenty of. A unique selection of the most beautiful, authentic and romantic hotels in Seville, Andalusia, Spain.

Once a rather downtrodden neighborhood, today Alameda is full of galleries, yoga studios, and vegetarian eateries frequented by a younger, more alternative crowd in Seville. Alameda is packed with artsy shops, fashion stores, and bars and restaurants galore. Similar to La Alameda, this area was once much poorer, but after a large gentrification effort, it has begun to attract hip residents and young professionals.

The churches and small squares in the area have remained, which adds a cool contrast to the trendy shops located around every corner. That said, we recommend getting a rental car for a day or two so that you can visit other nearby towns like Ronda, Cordoba, and the Pueblo Blancos! For the young and rowdy crowd backpacking through Spain or traveling on a budget, the neighborhoods outside of Centro are the ideal pick.

Here are our top picks for places to stay in Seville ranging from budget options to luxury hotels. Seville is bursting with cheap accommodation, where your money goes a long way in terms of what you get. The hostel is bright and colorful, with a super charming feel. While the rooms may be a bit small, you have the benefit of way more privacy than at typical hostels as each room has its own private bathroom.

With lots of tapas bars are close by and most major attractions within easy walking distance, a stay here is a guaranteed good time. Compare prices and check availability: Booking. The bunk beds are wooden, giving the rooms a rustic feel, with a locker provided for storing valuables. The hostel also offers free breakfast, the occasional free dinner, and tons of events as well — total win, huh?

Featuring a quaint inner courtyard draped in greenery, this hotel is full of charm. I use some of these earnings for my monthly charitable donation. The charming squares and streets of Barrio Santa Cruz in Seville. Barrio Santa Cruz is the heart of Seville, centered around the cathedral. Accommodation includes boutique hotels, several 5-star and business hotels, and various budget options.

With several clusters of tapas bars, it has a quieter, more residential feel than Barrio Santa Cruz, and there are numerous tiny plazas and appealing churches to discover. There are numerous mid-range, self-catering options here, as well as several hotels.

Across the river from El Arenal is the up-and-coming neighborhood of Triana, renowned for its distinctive character. Accommodations consist of several high end and boutique hotels, short-term apartment rentals, and a few budget hotels. This is a quiet neighborhood, with very few hotels on the periphery and practically no dining options to speak of, though the tapas bars of Triana and Macarena are both within walking distance.

South of Triana is Los Remedios, a purpose-built residential district, with apartment blocks and fashion boutiques lining wide, straight avenues. Apart from several mid-range hotels, there are numerous self-catering options. Best Neighborhoods in Seville for Sightseeing: Barrio Santa Cruz, El Arenas, and Centre Since these three central neighborhoods are right next to each other and imminently walkable, all three are very convenient for sightseeing.

Barrio Santa Cruz is excellent for access to the biggest attractions: the Cathedral and the Alcazar. Centre is particularly good for shopping, and also for fine arts at the Museo de Bellas Artes. Lively pockets of nightlife dot the historical center of the city, as well as Triana. Triana is very much a local scene, with lively tapas bars open until the wee hours of the morning, particularly along Calle Betis.

Next door is hip, beautiful and historic, Alfalfa , which is also known for its numerous, and lively, tapas bars. Then Centro Seville , of the pedestranised streets, boutiques and the cathedral. The port area or The Arenal, around the old shipyards, or Atarazanas, where sailors once set sail for the New World, is now known for its tapas bars and flamenco.

Boho and hipster-y, if you want to blend in with the locals try Triana, just across the river, and much loved by ex-pats. What not to Miss The colossal Gothic cathedral is an incredible and unmissable place to start. But it is just the first of many grand churches and palaces, with architecture ranging from medieval to baroque to more Moorish designs.

The best way to get to know the city is to stroll around the different quarters. Spring is especially popular with visitors who come to see the Semana Santa Holy Week processions and experience the week-long party that is the Feria de Abril , when hotels can be booked up months in advance. The decor is perfect - think opulent chandeliers, exposed stone and four-poster beds. You are in the vibrant heart of town with a rooftop terrace and pool offering spectacular views.

In Alfalfa A newish addition to Seville's hotel scene is the Corral del Rey hotel with bedrooms arranged around the courtyard and a lively bar and restaurant at its heart.

There are beamed ceilings in the bedrooms and a cloistered and galleried courtyard. The Alcoba Del Rey is a fabulous, traditional townhouse with white-washed walls, checkered floors and antique furniture. They also have a lovely courtyard - just the one this time - and a fantastic roof terrace with a jacuzzi. In Arenal Mercer Sevilla is a boutique property in a great central location with interiors architects and design lovers will appreciate.

Elegant, well-lit common spaces lead into 12 carefully decorated rooms and up to the stunning rooftop For a Lovely courtyard garden The Casas del Rey de Baeza is another place with minimalist rooms and a rooftop plunge pool.

Las Casas de la Juderia in the old Jewish quarter is a cluster of 27 interconnected town houses linked by mustard and green coloured courtyards. For a Musical Theme? It is simply decorated with wrought iron bedsteads, colourful wall hangings and attractive tiled floors. There are musical instruments all around the property and nods to music in many of the furnishings.

The terraces are spectacular places to relax or take in the views. The Best Boutique Hotels in Seville In a charming pedestrianised part of town, the Hotel Elvira Plaza has nine chic rooms with large windows opening out onto the cobbled tree-lined street. There are two restaurants - both serving regional cuisine. They have 62 rooms and suites - the larger suites are great for families.

For Minimalists Alminar also has good Cathedral views in a hotel with a cheery pavement cafe outside and rooms which are beige and businesslike. The small, modern Hotel Holos with its stark white outside walls, aluminium canopies and frill-free bedrooms might be best suited to a regular visitor to Seville, jaded with courtyards and casas. They have 62 rooms and suites - their larger suites are great for families.

Romantic and intimate the restaurant and outside dining area are also charming. The Alcoba Del Rey is about the same room rate per night, but offer white-washed walls, checkered floors and antique furniture. Prefer a self catering Apartment? Travel Information Seville San Pablo Airport is about ten kilometres outside town and is connected to Spanish, plus major European airports.

Seville has a lovely subtropical Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters. Still not sure which is the best place to stay in Seville for you?

You might want to refine your search to just the 4 Best Hotels in Centro Seville? Or contact one of our friendly Gurus for advice. See more photos. Easy access to public transport as well.

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A unique selection of the most beautiful, authentic and romantic hotels in Seville, Andalusia, Spain. Barrio Santa Cruz is definitely the best area in Seville for first-timers and the most visited part of the city! It's so picturesque! You'll find plenty of. A neighbourhood guide to the best areas to stay in Seville, as chosen by our resident experts, including the best hotels in Alameda, Arenal.

The cathedral and palace were the high points. The bullfighting arena which has room for 12, spectators is well worth a visit for architectural reasons.

It is a good idea to go to the Information Centre to find out when places are open as I went to two famous churches, only to find that they were closed! There are so many restaurants and tapas bars that travellers can walk round the city and take their pick. The hotel Inglaterra is well placed in the old town and from there it is relatively easy to walk to the most important sites. Don't forget the wonderful temperatures which were up to 25C in early December.

Had a great long weekend in the Nervion area of Sevilla. Despite it being the end of November, the weather was sunny and warm, and the city people were friendly and very welcoming. We had a great first day on the Saturday - with a tapas bar meal for late lunchtime and an Italian restaurant meal in the evening.

We enjoyed a good Sunday evening watching the Sevilla v Valencia football match, with our hotel - Hotel Ayre - just a leisurely 5 minute walk from the ground. Then spent the Monday in the city centre, with an enjoyable river cruise trip and a walk around the other attractions such as the Alcazar Place, the Golden Tower, and more Genuinely, a great place It is warm place ,and very convenient.

U can go to see Flemenco in the near musume. And it is near to the Spain squire for 2. For a business trip. It is near to Sevilla SJ. I also go to church and see Missa celebration. I miss the train to Barcelona,maybe Sevilla want me to stay long ,jajaja. For next trip in spain, Hotel Seville is my 1st choice.

Alcoba del Rey is a beautifuly decorated hotel with the most accommodating staff, and the Princessa Wallada was the best room I stayed in throughout my stay in Spain! The three French doors that opened from my room to the square made it a great view, fresh air, and lots of natural light. Also the bathroom had a huge bathtub that fit both my companion and I, with dual sinks for space for all my toiletries.

I would highly reccomend this hotel. And this specific room if you can! Fabulous location to all old town attractions, palace, cathedrals and a minute or so to stumble upon the first of so many wonderful tapas bars in the beautiful Seville passageways.

Staff were so friendly and informative. Even a real coffee machine in the room. Highly recommend this lovely hotel. The property was right in the centre of the old town up a laneway , it was the perfect location for us for a city break with my husband for a long weekend!

The staff recommended a flamenco show for us in a small theatre not far away and it was the highlight of our weekend!

This hotel was a great place in Old Town Sevilla, Spain. The facilities were clean. It was within 5 mins. The Metro was about a min. The food at the hotel restaurant was good plus hotel breakfast buffet had a great variety for a reasonable price. Great value! Loved everything. Gorgeous palace like boutique hotel with huge comfy rooms, luxury towels and Hermes products.

Complimentary mini bar in room too. Fabulous location in old town. Eddie was a great host and helped us book a traditional Flamenco show which was amazing. Would definitely stay here again and highly recommend. Perfect location for sightseeing. The hotel has been remodeled from an old townhouse and has a beautiful patio and inside fountains and everything that is typical for Seville. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. Rooms were cleaned daily, so that even the older flair of the premises is maintained appropriately.

Great location and really nice boutique hotel into the old town with great renovated rooms. I really enjoy this place it was wonderful. I want to say a " huge'' thank you to the great staff at the reception desk because they help me to found my bag that i forgot to the public bus Pleasant stay Very charming, old style hotel with musical themes in the heart of old town Seville.

It has a very European ambience. Location is central to everything. Breakfast was reasonable, continental style on a lovely terrace where you can also go for a drink in the evening. The hotel is perfectly located in the old town - restaurants and shops close by.

Also well located to walk to the meeting points for the fabulous free walking tours of Seville. Clean rooms and really helpful staff. Very nice and cosy hotel was the first hotel to stay in spain and totally good value for money , the hotel is very generous the breakfast buffet was amazing and staff are really nice and helpful.

It was by far the best hotel I booked in Spain. Fabulous hotel, the reception staff were so friendly and helpful and the room was perfect. A hidden gem in the narrow streets of old town, Seville! Gorgeous hotel in a great bit of old town Seville. Massive bed, clean, rooftop pool with bar, just gorgeous. Staff really friendly and helpful. Great location, host was very informative and all was very organized and clean.

Bed was the most comfortable during my entire stay in Spain. The location, staff , services, It is really among the best hotels in Spain, I recommend it for everyone visiting Seville.

Locations is everything. Amazing place. Very welcoming staff. Great location in the City Centre of the old town of Seville. Incredible location, across the road from the Cathedral. Nice, comfortable and clean, absolutely brilliant. Everything was just perfect starting with the checkin with Tatiana thanks so much for making our stay perfect thanks for all the useful tips and taking all the time to help.

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Anonymous United States. Jackie Layng Ireland. Sarah United Kingdom. Monica United States. The location, staff , services, It is really among the best hotels in Spain, I recommend it for everyone visiting Seville Show more Show less. Hawdang Baban Iraq. Amazing place Show more Show less. John United States. Nice, comfortable and clean, absolutely brilliant Show more Show less. Everything was just perfect starting with the checkin with Tatiana thanks so much for making our stay perfect thanks for all the useful tips and taking all the time to help Show more Show less.

Budget Hotels budget hotels in Seville. Accessible Hotels accessible hotels in Seville. Show results. Sort Filter Map. Sort by:. Updating list Silken Al-Andalus Palace Hotel. Show Prices. Special offer. Visit hotel website. Hotel Posada del Lucero. Free Wifi. Hotel Rey Alfonso X. Barcelo Sevilla Renacimiento.

Las Casas de la Juderia. Hotel Palacio de Villapanes. Special Offer Package deal. Hotel Fernando III. Hotel Casa Sevilla. Hotel Alcazar. Novotel Sevilla. Hotel Gravina Special Rate Special rate available. Hotel Becquer. Room service. Hotel Patio De La Alameda.

The hotel is conveniently located along the Alameda de Hercules plaza where lots of tapas bars and restaurants and music venues cater for various tastes. Boutique Hotel Casa del Poeta. Hotel Kivir. Exe Sevilla Macarena. Petit Palace Santa Cruz. Our room was spacious and bed so comfortable love the pillow..

Petit Palace Canalejas Sevilla. Catalonia Santa Justa Hotel. Hotel Goya. Casa Boutique La Pila del Pato. Hostal Callejon Del Agua. Reception staff friendly - all you need for a trip to beautiful Seville. Inglaterra Hotel. Hotel Adriano Sevilla. Catalonia Hispalis Hotel. A little bit far from the downtown but well-connected by bus. The rooms are quite lovely and clean. The neighbourhood is a little bit weird with no much leisure, bars or supermarkets.

Hotel Amadeus. Corral de los Chicharos. It has all the toiletaries nd kitchen utensils. The only thing missing is the bathrobe and sleepers. Also we did online booking and information about collecting keys from a Hotel M.

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A neighbourhood guide to the best areas to stay in Seville, as chosen by our resident experts, including the best hotels in Alameda, Arenal. The #1 Best Value of places to stay in Seville. Pool. Restaurant. Special offer​. Hotel website. Silken Al-Andalus Palace Hotel. Show Prices. #2 Best Value of. A unique selection of the most beautiful, authentic and romantic hotels in Seville, Andalusia, Spain.

Hotel Palacio de Villapanes. Special Offer Package deal. Hotel Fernando III. Hotel Casa Sevilla. Hotel Alcazar. Novotel Sevilla. Hotel Gravina Special Rate Special rate available. Hotel Becquer. Room service. Hotel Patio De La Alameda. The hotel is conveniently located along the Alameda de Hercules plaza where lots of tapas bars and restaurants and music venues cater for various tastes. Boutique Hotel Casa del Poeta. Hotel Kivir. Exe Sevilla Macarena. Petit Palace Santa Cruz.

Our room was spacious and bed so comfortable love the pillow.. Petit Palace Canalejas Sevilla. Catalonia Santa Justa Hotel. Hotel Goya. Casa Boutique La Pila del Pato. Hostal Callejon Del Agua. Reception staff friendly - all you need for a trip to beautiful Seville. Inglaterra Hotel. Hotel Adriano Sevilla. Catalonia Hispalis Hotel. A little bit far from the downtown but well-connected by bus.

The rooms are quite lovely and clean. The neighbourhood is a little bit weird with no much leisure, bars or supermarkets. Hotel Amadeus. Corral de los Chicharos. It has all the toiletaries nd kitchen utensils. The only thing missing is the bathrobe and sleepers. Also we did online booking and information about collecting keys from a Hotel M.

Sevilla Congresos. There is an under ground car park, The Hotel has a pool and nice restau Corral del Rey. Prices are the average nightly price provided by our partners and may not include all taxes and fees. Taxes and fees that are shown are estimates only. Please see our partners for more details. Previous Next 1 2 3 4 5 6 … Frequently Asked Questions about Seville hotels.

See the full list: Hotels near Plaza de Espana. See the full list: Hotels near Real Alcazar de Sevilla. See the full list: Seville Luxury Hotels. See the full list: Hotels near Catedral de Sevilla. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Seville. Please refresh the page and retry. Nearby Espacio Santa Clara, a former Moorish palace-turned-convent, holds concerts and exhibitions. Today the sailors have been replaced by a an affluent crowd enjoying good tapas and spontaneous flamenco.

Highlights: the Atarazanas old royal shipyards ; the Postigo de Aceite, a gate from the old city walls; and the Torre del Oro, a Moorish tower standing guard over the river. It's handy for a post-shopping lunch, with upmarket offerings alongside the regular tapas joints.

As well as high-street favourites Zara and Mango, check out Soho Benita, an area of independent shops and galleries with quirky pieces by Spanish artists and designers.

Metropol Parasol is a contemporary wooden structure whose undulating rooftop walkway offers incredible views. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.

Visit our adblocking instructions page. Where to stay. This classically elegant hotel dotted with clever repro Roman sculptures is a gem. It's located in a handy if not pretty position between the hip Alameda district with its boho bar-gallery-shops, and the main Zara-tastic central shopping area.

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The Best Areas To Stay in Seville, Spain – The best neighborhoods, districts, and places to stay for travelers visiting Seville. The best places to. H10 Casa de la Plata. Go to enjoy flamboyant Moorish architecture, charming cobbled streets teeming with colour and rich in history and culture. Where to Stay. Seville's beautiful.

This is basically the most visited area of the city and the place where all the main landmarks of Seville are located. First things first, here is a Seville map so you can visualize the 7 best neighborhoods I am recommending to you:. So how can you choose the perfect one for you, you might ask me. Barrio Santa Cruz is definitely the best area in Seville for first-timers and the most visited part of the city!

Santa Cruz used to be the Jewish Quarter of Seville a long time ago. But I still found some excellent hotels for all budgets that you can choose from:. If you only have a night or a couple of days in Seville, Centre is definitely a great place to stay. If you feel like this is the best place for you, here are my hand-picked hotel recommendations that you can choose from:.

El Arenal is another excellent choice to stay in Seville, centrally located and full of interesting attractions and things to do! One of the most well-known landmarks in this area is the Torre del Oro, along with the most famous bullring in Spain Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza in the center of the district, the Hospital de Caridad full of interesting paintings! I definitely recommend it to travelers that want to enjoy Seville in an authentic, local way!

These two areas are not as touristy as Barrio Santa Cruz or Centre, but they have a more local atmosphere. Los Remedios is a modern, residential district consisting of beautiful, wide streets. Here are the best hotels where you can stay in both Triana and Los Remedios:. Well, that song got its inspiration from this awesome, authentic neighborhood in Seville! This area used to be very poor in the past maybe the poorest in the entire city , but a long time has passed since then; now Macarena boasts many charming houses, tapas bars, churches and small plazas where locals meet to relax and enjoy the authentic atmosphere.

But no worries, there are luxurious properties as well! You can find my recommendations down below:. Alameda is my recommendation for those of you who are looking for the coolest, hipster-like neighborhood in Seville! Be prepared for an amazing experience, as Alameda is full of concert halls, awesome restaurants that serve international cuisine a real vegetarian heaven as well!

Alameda is also a great choice for people interested in clubs and nightlife. Get ready, as Alameda has many hostels and cheap accommodation options, perfect for backpackers and people who want to save a couple of bucks. That being said, here is my selection of the best hotels in this district:. In case you want to have more than one room and maybe even a kitchen that you can use, then an apartment would be the best choice for you.

Luckily for you, Seville has plenty of Airbnbs available that you can choose from! Regardless of your reasons, here are the best airport hotels in case you have decided to stay near Seville Airport one per each type of budget :. In the post above I have explained everything you need to know about the 6 most beautiful neighborhoods and hotels in this charming city. I gave you my hand-picked accommodation recommendations, all of them with fabulous reviews and awesome facilities.

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Centro — Where to stay in Seville for shopping 3. El Arenal 4. Triana and Los Remedios — Where to stay in Seville with a family 5. Macarena — Where to stay in Seville on a budget 6. First of all, which area should you choose? Barrio Santa Cruz — Where to stay in Seville for the first time Barrio Santa Cruz is definitely the best area in Seville for first-timers and the most visited part of the city!

Some of the rooms have a balcony as well, with beautiful views of the city. This 5-star property has an outdoor pool, free Wi-Fi, an on-site gym and a beautiful garden where you can relax and unwind!

This gorgeous 4-star accommodation is one of the best hotels in Seville, Spain, located in a 19th-century mansion, nearby all the best attractions in the city! Legado Alcazar — This is another 4-star accommodation that awaits with beautiful rooms, most of them having a nice terrace or balcony as well, so you can see the city! Plus, you can eat some delicious, local breakfast each morning. Book a room here if you want to be surrounded by the best local attractions in the city including beautiful Moorish architecture, tiny squares and churches.

They have free Wi-Fi and a beautiful rooftop terrace which is perfect for some relaxation! Pick your stay in one of their dormitory rooms if you want to enjoy a cozy atmosphere and to save some bucks at the same time! Check the rates for Barrio Santa Cruz. Book a room at this 5-star hotel if you want to enjoy a gorgeous rooftop pool, and an on-site restaurant and bar.

The location is very central, close to many flamenco bars and food places. They offer different types of rooms including some dormitory rooms if you are on a tight budget. I think the double room is one of the best deals for the guests! For You Hostel Sevilla — This is another great hostel that offers excellent service. This 2-star hostel is located in a quiet place right in the center of Seville, very close to Seville Church and Plaza de Armas Square.

El Viajero en Seville — If you prefer a cute and cozy guesthouse instead, I got you covered as well! This is the ideal choice if you want a local atmosphere, as this house is very homey and full of colorful tiles. I wanted to ask the same question: which area would be the best to stay in — especially with regards to going out to nice bars and restaurants at night Anywhere within Barrio Santa Cruz or Cathedral is good.

Many shops stay open until late and there are nice bars and restaurants everywhere, There's pretty much always plenty of life in the streets. Use the Cathedral as your guide, and find somewhere within walking distance that suits your budget.

Most visitors opt to stay in area such as Santa Cruz, the former Jewish barrio with narrow evocative streets, or El Arenal , which has wider avenues and is generally considered upmarket or 'pijo', if that's not your thing.

For an evening of nice bars and dining with atmosphere I would recommend the Alameda de Hercules. Its real friendly part of the city and is always busy 7 days a week!!!

I have already book my tickets to see Alhambra.. I will look into it. I always stay at the Hotel Becquer located at the Barrio Arenal. It takes minutes to walk to downtown. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Best areas to stay in Seville? Watch this Topic. Browse forums All Browse by destination. Seville forums. All forums.

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A unique selection of the most beautiful, authentic and romantic hotels in Seville, Andalusia, Spain. Mercer Sevilla. The #1 Best Value of places to stay in Seville. Pool. Restaurant. Special offer​. Hotel website. Silken Al-Andalus Palace Hotel. Show Prices. #2 Best Value of.

Most visitors opt to stay in area such as Santa Cruz, the former Jewish barrio with narrow evocative streets, or El Arenal , which has wider avenues and is generally considered upmarket or 'pijo', if that's not your thing.

For an evening of nice bars and dining with atmosphere I would recommend the Alameda de Hercules. Its real friendly part of the city and is always busy 7 days a week!!! I have already book my tickets to see Alhambra.. I will look into it. I always stay at the Hotel Becquer located at the Barrio Arenal. It takes minutes to walk to downtown. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Best areas to stay in Seville? Watch this Topic. Browse forums All Browse by destination.

Seville forums. All forums. Report inappropriate content. Related: What are the most popular tours in Seville? See all. Level Contributor. Re: Best areas to stay in Seville? Rooms are pretty basic but are cute and well-decorated with stunning views of the colorful neighborhood. Airbnb Travel Tip: If you prefer to stay in apartments or homes, we recommend Airbnb. Here are our favorite picks to help narrow the pool a little bit!

From the roof, you can take in panoramic views of the city — perfect for warm summer evenings! And if it gets too hot outside, you can take advantage of the air-conditioned lounge areas inside. Talk about a dreamy vacation for a decent price tag.

Rooms are fresh-looking with modern, wooden accents, fluffy rugs, and armchairs that are great for sinking into after a long day. When not in your room, lounge by the rooftop pool or open-air foyers. Generally located in the city center, rooms in luxury hotels in Seville often boast stunning city views, rooftop terraces, and balconies for private enjoyment.

This hotel has a classic elegance that will make you feel like an Old World king or queen, no matter where you are in the building.

Sit and enjoy live music in the beautiful courtyard, surrounded by the towering pillars of the building, sculptures, and tranquil greenery. Some rooms even have balconies or private patios so you can take in the views of Seville from the comfort of your own room! The interior patio of the hotel is filled with music instruments that guests are welcome to play in the soundproof rehearsal rooms.

Transport yourself to the 18th century with the strum of a guitar or rocket back to modern day Spain with a soak in the rooftop pool. The choice is yours! Budget Mid-range Luxury Family-friendly Petit Palace Hotels 4. Catalonia 3. Eurostars 3. AC Hotels 3. Show results. Sort Filter Map. Sort by:. Updating list Silken Al-Andalus Palace Hotel. Show Prices. Special offer. Visit hotel website. Hotel Posada del Lucero. Free Wifi. Hotel Rey Alfonso X. Barcelo Sevilla Renacimiento.

Las Casas de la Juderia. Hotel Palacio de Villapanes. Special Offer Package deal. Hotel Fernando III. Hotel Casa Sevilla. Hotel Alcazar. Novotel Sevilla. Hotel Gravina Special Rate Special rate available. Hotel Becquer. Room service. Hotel Patio De La Alameda.

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The #1 Best Value of places to stay in Seville. Pool. Restaurant. Special offer​. Hotel website. Silken Al-Andalus Palace Hotel. Show Prices. #2 Best Value of. Trying to figure out where to stay in Seville? Here's the best of Seville's most popular neighborhoods, from the historic center to picturesque. Like the neighborhoods, accommodation in Seville is extremely diverse too. Choose from ultra budget hotels and hostels to luxury stays.

Pick your stay in one of their dormitory rooms if you want to enjoy a cozy atmosphere and to save some bucks at the same time! Check the rates for Barrio Santa Cruz. Book a room at this 5-star hotel if you want to enjoy a gorgeous rooftop pool, and an on-site restaurant and bar. The location is very central, close to many flamenco bars and food places. They offer different types of rooms including some dormitory rooms if you are on a tight budget. I think the double room is one of the best deals for the guests!

For You Hostel Sevilla — This is another great hostel that offers excellent service. This 2-star hostel is located in a quiet place right in the center of Seville, very close to Seville Church and Plaza de Armas Square. El Viajero en Seville — If you prefer a cute and cozy guesthouse instead, I got you covered as well! This is the ideal choice if you want a local atmosphere, as this house is very homey and full of colorful tiles.

Check the rates for Centre. El Arenal El Arenal is another excellent choice to stay in Seville, centrally located and full of interesting attractions and things to do! Some of the best advantages of staying here include free access to the rooftop pool and roof terrace, on-site restaurant and bar and the excellent location.

Hotel Lobby Room Sevilla — Did you not decide yet? This is another great 4-star hotel in this area, very close to the city centre. Besides the amazing service, I recommend booking a room here if you want to be close to all the main spots and historic sights of Seville! Plus, the staff is super helpful and they can organize tours for you! This nice hostel has very good reviews. Hotel Simon — Let me tell you right from the start — this super affordable hotel is super pretty, decorated with local, colorful ceramic tiles!

Check the rates for El Arenal. Monte Triana — This 4-star hotel is my recommendation for people who want bright, spacious rooms, free Wi-Fi, an on-site bar-cafe, and a very good fitness center that you can use for free if you are a guest of this property. So cool! Zenit Seville — Honestly, this is one of the best 4-star hotels that I could find around this area! This stunning 3-star hotel has some incredible reviews, as all the past guests simply loved their experience there!

Awesome deal! I recommend it to a group of up to 4 people. The rooms are super clean and very cozy and the staff is incredibly friendly and helpful! Triana Backpackers — If you want to stay on a budget close to tons of food places, bars and cafes, this option is definitely for you! This hostel has a charming rooftop terrace where you can admire the city and make some new friends at the same time! Resitur — For those of you looking for the comfort of an apartment instead, I got one option for you as well!

This beautiful apartment awaits with bright rooms, free Wi-Fi, a very good location and some unbeatable prices. Check the rates for Triana. Macarena — Where to stay in Seville on a budget. If you are staying in the area, you need to know your moves - this is how to dance Macarena the right way! Then search no more and book a room here! This one looks simply amazing, I really love the decor style — so contemporary and clean! They even have their own restaurant and bar, which is a great advantage.

Sacristia de Santa Ana — This hotel is another very good choice in Macarena. How cool is that? Alcoba del Rey de Seville — This is another great 3-star hotel in Macarena. The rooms are very cute and colorful, decorated in a classical style and they even have a nice patio in the center of the property where you can relax and enjoy your time!

For example this beautiful hostel is super close to many affordable bars, flamenco places and cool clubs. One of the best things about this place is the rooftop terrace — so cool!

Check the rates for Macarena. Alameda Alameda is my recommendation for those of you who are looking for the coolest, hipster-like neighborhood in Seville! H10 Corregidor Boutique Hotel — This charming boutique hotel is ideal for anyone looking for stylish and clean rooms, an Andalusian patio, free Wi-Fi and access to a great fitness center as well.

Great for people interested in a cozy atmosphere and exploring the city! It awaits with free Wi-Fi, beautiful balcony views, and a central position, very close to Giralda Tower, for example! I hear you! The Corner House — This beautiful guest house comes with some unbeatable prices!

The rooms are gorgeous and the location is just perfect — super close to Metropol Parasol. It even has a restaurant on the ground floor — so good!

Check the rates for Alameda. It has a great location as well, close to the main landmarks of the city, in central Seville. This one is colorful and super clean and it has great reviews; by the way, the owner is a superhost on Airbnb!

Check the rates for Seville. Regardless of your reasons, here are the best airport hotels in case you have decided to stay near Seville Airport one per each type of budget : Hilton Garden Inn Sevilla — This amazing 4-star hotel is great for travelers looking for upscale options near the airport.

Among the facilities at this property there is a beautiful outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center, large windows and more! This accommodation has a stunning service for some very good prices! This hotel is only 4 km away from the airport and it comes with many rooms that you can choose from. Seville forums. All forums. Report inappropriate content. Related: What are the most popular tours in Seville? See all. Level Contributor. Re: Best areas to stay in Seville? Riki S. Ask a question. See All Seville Conversations.

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Seville is bursting with cheap accommodation, where your money goes a long way in terms of what you get. The hostel is bright and colorful, with a super charming feel. While the rooms may be a bit small, you have the benefit of way more privacy than at typical hostels as each room has its own private bathroom.

With lots of tapas bars are close by and most major attractions within easy walking distance, a stay here is a guaranteed good time. Compare prices and check availability: Booking. The bunk beds are wooden, giving the rooms a rustic feel, with a locker provided for storing valuables. The hostel also offers free breakfast, the occasional free dinner, and tons of events as well — total win, huh? Featuring a quaint inner courtyard draped in greenery, this hotel is full of charm.

Rooms are pretty basic but are cute and well-decorated with stunning views of the colorful neighborhood. Airbnb Travel Tip: If you prefer to stay in apartments or homes, we recommend Airbnb.

Here are our favorite picks to help narrow the pool a little bit! From the roof, you can take in panoramic views of the city — perfect for warm summer evenings! And if it gets too hot outside, you can take advantage of the air-conditioned lounge areas inside. Talk about a dreamy vacation for a decent price tag.

Rooms are fresh-looking with modern, wooden accents, fluffy rugs, and armchairs that are great for sinking into after a long day. The rest of the city is built around a series of expansion projects, the most important being that carried our for the Latin American Exhibition of , built along the southern stretch of the Guadalquivir River. In , near the Cartuja Monastery, a new area was developed to the west of the city where Expo 92 was held.

If you are looking for the best Seville hotels, you can choose between traditional Seville hotels, with their typical Andalusian flair, trendy Boutique Hotels Seville as well as cozy bed and breakfast in Seville.

Fiestas Seville has some of the most important fiestas in Andalusia. Semana Santa started in the 14th century and is the city's most famous celebration. It spans the 7 days of Easter, with the staging of daily processions. The other big celebration, the Feria de Abril, was created in the midth century as an agricultural and cattle fair.

During the celebration, the city's men flock to the event dressed in short jackets, boots and chaps, and the women wear colourful dresses with ruffles. The procession is solemn, but the uniforms and dress of the different Brotherhoods are colourful. Many of the streets along the path are covered with white awnings. Andalusian cuisine has been influenced both by the climate and by the many cultures that have established themselves here.

The land is ideal for growing olives and grapes. In fact, one of the oldest and most famous wines in the world - sherry - is cultivated here. Another excellent drink has also been created in Andalusia: the sangria, a blend of red wine and fruit.

Gazpacho soup is also an excellent light meal. Ask our advice! Need inspiration? For a business trip. It is near to Sevilla SJ. I also go to church and see Missa celebration. I miss the train to Barcelona,maybe Sevilla want me to stay long ,jajaja. For next trip in spain, Hotel Seville is my 1st choice. Alcoba del Rey is a beautifuly decorated hotel with the most accommodating staff, and the Princessa Wallada was the best room I stayed in throughout my stay in Spain!

The three French doors that opened from my room to the square made it a great view, fresh air, and lots of natural light. Also the bathroom had a huge bathtub that fit both my companion and I, with dual sinks for space for all my toiletries. I would highly reccomend this hotel. And this specific room if you can! Fabulous location to all old town attractions, palace, cathedrals and a minute or so to stumble upon the first of so many wonderful tapas bars in the beautiful Seville passageways.

Staff were so friendly and informative. Even a real coffee machine in the room. Highly recommend this lovely hotel. The property was right in the centre of the old town up a laneway , it was the perfect location for us for a city break with my husband for a long weekend!

The staff recommended a flamenco show for us in a small theatre not far away and it was the highlight of our weekend! This hotel was a great place in Old Town Sevilla, Spain. The facilities were clean. It was within 5 mins. The Metro was about a min.

The food at the hotel restaurant was good plus hotel breakfast buffet had a great variety for a reasonable price. Great value! Loved everything. Gorgeous palace like boutique hotel with huge comfy rooms, luxury towels and Hermes products. Complimentary mini bar in room too. Fabulous location in old town.

Eddie was a great host and helped us book a traditional Flamenco show which was amazing. Would definitely stay here again and highly recommend. Perfect location for sightseeing. The hotel has been remodeled from an old townhouse and has a beautiful patio and inside fountains and everything that is typical for Seville. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. Rooms were cleaned daily, so that even the older flair of the premises is maintained appropriately.

Great location and really nice boutique hotel into the old town with great renovated rooms. I really enjoy this place it was wonderful. I want to say a " huge'' thank you to the great staff at the reception desk because they help me to found my bag that i forgot to the public bus Pleasant stay Very charming, old style hotel with musical themes in the heart of old town Seville. It has a very European ambience. Location is central to everything. Breakfast was reasonable, continental style on a lovely terrace where you can also go for a drink in the evening.

The hotel is perfectly located in the old town - restaurants and shops close by. Also well located to walk to the meeting points for the fabulous free walking tours of Seville. Clean rooms and really helpful staff. Very nice and cosy hotel was the first hotel to stay in spain and totally good value for money , the hotel is very generous the breakfast buffet was amazing and staff are really nice and helpful.

It was by far the best hotel I booked in Spain. Fabulous hotel, the reception staff were so friendly and helpful and the room was perfect. A hidden gem in the narrow streets of old town, Seville! Gorgeous hotel in a great bit of old town Seville. Massive bed, clean, rooftop pool with bar, just gorgeous.

Staff really friendly and helpful. Great location, host was very informative and all was very organized and clean. Bed was the most comfortable during my entire stay in Spain. The location, staff , services, It is really among the best hotels in Spain, I recommend it for everyone visiting Seville. Locations is everything. Amazing place. Very welcoming staff.

Great location in the City Centre of the old town of Seville. Incredible location, across the road from the Cathedral. Nice, comfortable and clean, absolutely brilliant. Everything was just perfect starting with the checkin with Tatiana thanks so much for making our stay perfect thanks for all the useful tips and taking all the time to help. List your property. This includes essential security and accessibility features.

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The most expensive property in this area: Hotel for sale in Nueva Andalucía, Marbella, 65,000,000 €

Cheapest areas: Aragon, Castile and Leon, Estremadura

Most expensive areas: Melilla, Balearic Islands, Andalusia

Prices are going down in the areas: Madrid, Andalusia, Canary Islands.

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