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Seville is packed with great accommodation, but how to find the true standouts? What are the best places to stay in Seville? No worries because I’ve done all the work for you!
If you’re looking to book a place to stay, you can’t go wrong with any of the Seville hotels or hostels on this list. They’re at the top of their class for a reason, or, to be exact, several ones: location, service, facilities and value.
Here is a list of what I consider to be the best places to stay in Seville.
Hotel Alfonso XIII: The hotel was built in the late 1920s and today it is one of the most prestigious hotels in Europe, hosting royals and international celebrities. It has 151 rooms with ensuite bathroom, cable TV, air conditioning, mini bar, a small safe and high-speed internet access. If you are looking for classy luxury, this could well be your choice.
EME Catedral Hotel: Boutique hotel with an extraordinary location just a few steps from the cathedral. Its 70 rooms blend cutting-edge design with traditional Moorish and Andalusian elements. The highlight is a stunning rooftop pool terrace with jawdropping views of the Cathedral. Your choice if you are after the most original hotel in Seville.
Hospes Casas del Rey de Baeza: The hotel, overlooking a silent and cobbled square ringed by orange trees, is an oasis amidst a busy city. Behind a classic whitewashed exterior, typically Andalusian, rooms are arranged around 3 courtyards. The traditional espartoglass blinds, the colorful geraniums and the fountains convey an intimate and charming atmosphere.
Hotel Fontecruz: This modern boutique accommodation features a double rooftop terrace. One part is a day terrace, where you can have lunch or a snack. The other part is night terrace located on an upper level and offering jaw-dropping views over the Giralda. Additionally, this hotel is one of the few lodgings in the old part of the city offering a big pool. Definitely one of the best places to stay in Seville!
Corral del Rey: This is an impressive 17th century casa palacio that has been meticulously restored and converted into a small private boutique hotel, offering chic accommodation with a vibrant bar. Despite not being so, this is a true five-star hotel with extraordinary levels of luxury, but without all the superficialities of a big hotel.
Q&Q Cathedral Suites: This complex offer stunning apartments with an excellent location, right in the centre of Sevilla’s old town. The facility is extremely secure thanks to a digital keypad lock on both the apartment building and the apartment room itself. The apartments are beautiful, spotless, extremely comfortable, and make a relaxing getaway after long hot days of exploring the city. In addition to this, The rooftop gives you a fabulous view of the Cathedral.
Sevilla Central Suites Apartamentos Puerta Jerez: This holiday property offers a shared roof-top terrace, air-conditioning and free WiFi in Sevilla. The monumental area is only a 4-minute walk away. Apartments at this property come with 1 or 2 bedrooms and a bathroom with a hairdryer. Their living rooms are equipped with a flat-screen satellite TV and a sofa bed. Their kitchenettes come with an electric kettle, microwave, coffee machine and toaster. Some apartments include a private terrace with city views.
Hotel Alminar: A very small hotel with only 12 rooms, but full of charm, silent and comfortable. Apart from its extraordinary location, just a few steps aways from the Cathedral, the friendly and helpful staff will make sure that you have an unforgettable stay in Seville. On top of it, you can enjoy complimentary tea or coffee at any time.
Hotel Amadeus: Unique and cozy accommodation where all the decoration revolves around music. This small hotel is run by helpful and friendly staff, who take care of every detail – well appointed rooms, a lovely rooftop terrace, and provide a very relaxing atmosphere. All in all a good value for money while not missing a customized service.
La Casa del Maestro Boutique: Originally the house of the master of the flamenco guitar, Niño Ricardo, this charming hotel is located between the districts of Santa Cruz and Santa Catalina in Seville, a few meters from the Church of Santa Catalina. The house has eleven rooms are built around the central courtyard, each one of them with a different decorative motive inspired by songs of the artist.
Hotel Alcántara: The hotel is located right in the heart of the old Jewish quarter and features a classic Andalusian style. Given the rates, you shouldn’t expect anything fancy but its basic rooms are comfortable enough for a couple of nights. The hotel has a superb location. Its staff is committed to helping their guests at all times.
The Boutike Hostel: Apart from the excellent location, this modern and recently restored hostel provides spacious and comfortable rooms. The facilities and staff are more like a boutique hotel than hostel and if it weren’t for the dorm rooms and bunk beds you wouldn’t notice it wasn’t a hotel. You will feel as warm as at home.
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