Gran Meliá Colón (5 Star)
Situated in the historical, cultural, commercial and financial heart of the city, the luxury hotel Gran Meliá Colón offers a striking combination of art, culture and style. Chosen by generations of bullfighters and important personalities from around the globe, Gran Meliá Colón is considered by the locals one of the city's major landmarks.
Hotel Alfonso XIII (5 Star)
Since its inauguration in 1928, the Hotel Alfonso XIII has been the preferred rendezvous for residents of Seville and elite travelers from around the world. Constructed by command of King Alfonso XIII of Spain to house VIP guests at the Iber-American Exposition in 1928, the hotel has, for over 85 years, been the place to stay for royalty, heads of state and those keen to share in its aura of history and glamour.
Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza (4 Star)
Hospes Hotel Las Casas del Rey de Baeza Seville immerses its guests in a world of cultural inspiration. The hotel embodies the hospitality, history, style and culture of the city, and guests all take away their own personal distillation of these essential values. The setting is full of stimulating and intriguing contrasts. The views from the roof-top swimming pool inspire serenity; the flavours and aromas of the light, simple regional cuisine are a refreshing discovery for the palate. This is where Sevilla comes to life. One of the most beautiful boutique hotels Seville has to offer.
Casa Romana Hotel Boutique (4 Star)
Casa Romana Boutique Hotel is a stunning four-star hotel, located in Seville and is the perfect beginning for your exploration of spectacular Seville! Situated in the centre of the city's dynamic commercial hub and only a short walk from revered architectural and cultural gems, this boutique hotel is mere footsteps away from the Plaza del Duque, Giralda Tower, Santa Cruz Quarter, Reales Alcazares, Seville Cathedral, and the renowned fashion boutiques of Sierpes Street. Step out of this Seville hotel's doorstep, and begin your adventure.
Hotel Inglaterra (4 Star)
In 1857, the top-class Hotel Inglaterra was built on the site of the demolished Casa Grande de San Francisco Convent. As Seville's most prestigious establishment in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, it received visits from illustrious people of the time, including King Alfonso XIII, Queen Elizabeth of Belgium and the Prince of Wales. Hotel Inglaterra has 86 comfortable rooms, 51 standard rooms, 26 superior rooms and 9 junior suites, all offering the quality and comfort expected of a top-class hotel.