15 Apr Top 11 Sevilla hotels
Sevilla is, without any doubt, the best city to visit in April. You could experience all that this quintessential city has to offer: orange blossoms, the most passionate Holy week, the popular fair and some other spring festivities. We would like to share with you our favourite hotels in Sevilla. Some of them are new to the city and we feel they will do great!
This is THE Hotel in Seville. Commissioned by the king Alfonso XIII to play host to international dignitaries during the 1929 Exhibition, this luxury hotel remains an iconic cultural landmark, centrally located in the historic center, next to Reales Alcázares and Seville Cathedral. Following a significant renovation, completed in 2012, the hotel’s distinguished architecture and Moorish detailing have been enriched, showcasing native Andalusian design and heritage to a new generation of travelers. The hotel’s innovative décor, from the lobby to the inner courtyard, continues to reflect Sevillian style.
Hotel Casa 1800 Sevilla is a mansion-palace from the 19th century, located in the historic center of Seville, only few meters away from the Giralda tower.
This house was built in 1864 following a traditional layout. Its studded solid wood doors allow entry to the palace with a horse-drawn carriage, from which when on-foot could then accesses a central courtyard from all rooms were distributed.
The history of the mansion-palaces of Seville date back to the early nineteenth century, the Golden Age of Seville, with great romantics, the heroes of legend, Don Juan Tenorio, Carmen la Cigarrera, Lord Byron, Bécquer…
A hotel with soul. This property is one of our new discoveries in 2019, an early twentieth-century Sevillian palace, recently refurbished and providing all the home comforts to make your stay in Seville truly memorable.
It is located in the heart of the old town and a stone’s throw from all the major sights. The hotel has spacious rooms with a unique décor that fuses Andalusian tradition with modern-day minimalist styles.
Legado Alcázar: 4*
Another new discovery for Just Explore on our recent hotels inspection in the city oly two weeks ago. Despite its great location at only few meters from the Royal Alcazar, this small boutique hotel (only 18 rooms) is just off the beaten path from the tourists crowds, in a very quiet and peaceful corner. Built upon important Moorish, late medieval and contemporary archeological remains, visitors will be taken aback by the beauty of the rehabilitated elements such as the wall that borders with the Alcázar, fountains, canalizations, pottery and floors from past centuries. Discover the delights of staying at luxury accommodation whilst reliving centuries of history in the heart of Seville.
La casa del Poeta: 4*
Sevilla has a great offer of small boutique properties and Casa del Poeta has always been one of our favourite since their opening. This luxurious boutique hotel (only 18 rooms) is a large 17th century house beautifully restored and carefully maintaining its original architecture and fine decorative features. A testament to former glories, it retains the traditional style of an authentic Sevillian mansion. This lodging is ideal for visitors seeking a peaceful stay with personalized attention, in a luxurious and unique environment.
Hospes Casas del Rey de Baeza: 4*
Luxury and style in the heart of Seville’s old town, this traditional Sevillian-architecture building used to be a local neighbours’ courtyard in the 18th century. Today, it is an ideal setting for guests to relax and dream. Inside, the contrasts are everywhere and emotions run wild. The colours and the aromas of the central courtyard evoke activity and energy. The stone, clay and chalk used in the building’s construction give it a touch of authenticity and a high architectural and historical value.
Palacio de Pinello: 4*
This is a great choice for a good location, comfort and luxury. This boutique hotel of 24 rooms is located right in central Seville’s Old town, just 200 m from the impressive Gothic Cathedral. Set in a 16th-century palace, Palacio Pinello’s rooms have terra cotta floors and high ceilings, some of which feature ornate woodwork. You will also find some interesting, centuries-old ruins in the building. There is a charming turret and a roof-top terrace where you can enjoy a drink and views of the Giralda.
Casas del Arenal: 4*
If you are searching for a more traditional look to experience the essence and the flavour of a typical Sevilla house, this is your hotel in Sevilla. Casas del Arenal is the fusion of two traditional 18th century homes linked through beautiful courtyards and galleries, creating a unique space of 27 rooms, where refurbishment works have resulted in the splendor of this Andalusian architecture.
Casas de la Judería: 4*
It is hard to describe as this hotel is not just a place to sleep or to rest while you are exploring the city, it is an experience itself in the heart of the Santa Cruz neighborhood (the old Jewish quarter). Another traditional option if you are searching for authentic and quaint accommodations at a good quality/price range.
This hotel is set within 27 traditional Sevillan houses, connected by passages and courtyards. All rooms at Las Casas de la Judería offer traditional décor and maintain the building’s original features. They have antique furniture, wooden floors and French windows. It offers a rooftop swimming pool, spa, traditional Andalusian patios and classic décor.
H10 Corregidor: 3*
For those travelers with a more limited budget and wanting to stay off the beaten path, the H10 Corregidor is a charming Boutique Hotel located in Seville’s historic centre (between the Cathedral and the Alameda de Hércules). The hotel keeps the essence of Seville alive through its arabesque and Andalusian architecture. It offers very comfortable rooms, an Andalusian courtyard featuring a late 19th-century wrought-iron gate and original ceramic tiles from the 1929 Seville World’s Fair.
Casa Colon: 2*
This is one of our favourite B&B accommodation in Sevilla, at only 2 min walk from the Cathedral main entrance door. The hotel Casa de Colón is located in a historic manor house dating back to the 18th century. It is not a luxurious property but it keeps all the essence and soul of a traditional Sevilla house, beautifully restored and offering comfort and relax.