An ideal accommodation for youngsters backpacking through the city, La Banda offers basic comforts at budget-friendly prices. The hostel is clean, very well-maintained and has a quirky character that strikes a chord with the youth. Located close to the city center, this hostel has several touristy spots in its vicinity. Additionally, eclectic restaurants, bars and nightlife hideouts are also strewn around the property.
Hotel Alfonso XIII, one of the city's most luxurious and attractive hotels, is ideally located alongside the Reales Alcázares (Royal Palaces), María Luisa Park and the River Guadalquivir. It's the first choice for royalty and famous personalities when they visit Seville. The spacious bedrooms are all decorated in different styles, including traditional Castilian, Arabic-Andalusian and 16th-century baroque. It was opened with great fanfare by king Alfonso XIII to house important guests during the 1929 Ibero-American Expo, and it was totally refurbished for the 1992 Expo.
Take a step back into the history as you stay at Casa de Carmona. This palace dates back to 16th Century and has been converted into a hotel since more than two decades. Casa de Carmona houses 33 lovely rooms and suites which are well-facilitated with modern amenities that assure a comfortable stay for the guests. The hotel houses an on-site restaurant named Gracia and a bar Felipes which are ideal spots to unwind after a hectic day. For the history enthusiasts, the hotel houses a museum that showcases the history of the palace, exhibiting its original master-prints, furnishings, paintings and more. Besides, the hotel has seven meeting rooms and four outdoor venue-facilities that are ideal for planning different types of events, whether business or private. All in all, Casa de Carmona promises a memorable stay with its rich history and efficient service.
This hotel is located in the heart of the city just a few steps away from the Casa de Pilatos and the San Leandro and Santa María de Jesús convents. It is also just a few minutes from the shopping district. The building dates from the 18th century and is surrounded by palaces and other historic buildings. It is named after an important ally of King Fernando III who helped him conquer Seville in 1248. The city was divided into sections and this house was awarded to the son of the Moorish King of Baeza. The hotel preserves the traditional architecture of this ancient area of the city. The rooms are large and many of them include a sitting room.
Barceló Renacimiento is a modern five-star hotel, made up of three asymmetrical four-story towers surrounded by beautiful gardens and a spectacular swimming-pool. It stands on the banks of the River Guadalquivir and offers magnificent views of the city. The bedrooms are tastefully decorated in marble and wood. It's located close to many popular touristy places and only ten minutes away from the center of Seville.
Set in a traditional Andalusian house in Seville’s Triana district, Backpackers Triana is just 150 metres from the River Guadalquívir. It has a charming rooftop terrace with hammocks, sofas and a hot tub. The air-conditioned rooms at the Backpackers feature tiled floors and simple décor. Each one comes with free Wi-Fi, private lockers and a shared bathroom. Guests have access to the shared kitchen. Staff at reception can provide information about what to see and do in Seville. You can also hire a bicycle at reception. The UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Seville Cathedral and the Alcázar Palace are around 15 minutes’ walk away. Betis Street, just 150 metres away, is a popular place to have a drink by the river.
Only 15min from Seville, in the municipal district of Guillena, this typical Andalusian estate and inn was built around 1900. It was restored and converted into a hotel in 1991, while respecting the traditional architecture and decoration. Located on a hill close to the El Jergal Natural Park where you can enjoy a peaceful stay. All of the rooms have been decorated in a unique style with hand-painted furniture, tapestries.
Located 12k from Seville, heading towards Mérida, this estate belonged to the Queen Doña María de Molina in the 13th and 14th centuries. The fortress is the only rural construction near Seville that dates from this age. After its inauguration as a farm, it was made into a Hacienda Rural (Rural Estate) of renaissance style. It has become a model for other Rural Estates and urban homes in Seville.
This little one-star hotel is in a prime location next to the Plaza Nueva where you can also find the Town Hall - right in the city centre. It has been built out of the shell of a typical house that dates back to the beginning of the 20th Century. It was opened as a hotel in 1997. The façade and the main courtyard with its small reception area for guests are all that remain of the old house.