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Why not stay in an one of the best intimate and original boutique hotels in Seville? I am bringing you the best boutique hotels and stylish romantic retreats that Seville has to offer. This selection is made of places that will capture you the moment you see them.
Boutique hotels and Seville are a match made in heaven. It just feels right to stay in an intimate, creative and carefully designed little hotel here. The scale and the sensibility of boutique hotels are perfectly suited to Seville, a small city with high aesthetic standards. As a matter of fact, the boutique hotel industry has experienced tremendous growth in the city over the last few years.
Below is a handpicked selection of luxury establishments chosen for their unique credentials such as size, intimacy, service, exclusivity and location.
So why not stay in an one of these intimate and original boutique hotels 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 three courtyards. The traditional esparto grass 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.
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.
Hotel Las Casas de la Judería: It has expanded over the years to now include a fine collection of houses in the charming Jewish Quarter. They originally belonged to the Duque de Bejar and as a result feel like a small community in itself. The patios, fountains, tiles and balconies with hanging potted plants, all provide a truly romantic and typically Seville backdrop.
Palacio Pinello: Nestled in the heart of the city, Palacio Pinello is a 15th-century palace converted into a four-star boutique hotel with lots of charm and character. The building’s old chambers have been carefully restored and although provided with modern-day comforts, they still retain many of the original features along with a quaint, old-world atmosphere. The decoration is actually a tasteful blend of old and new, with some of the suites featuring unique coffered ceiling and beautiful hardwood flooring.
Hotel Casa 1800 Sevilla: It is a lovingly restored mansion-palace with boutique-style rooms, personalized service, and a charming rooftop terrace overlooking the old town. And while modern amenities such as luxuriously-appointed bathrooms and private terraces complete with Jacuzzis provide extra pampering, it’s the original architecture with its high ceilings and exposed wooden beams that give a particular charm to the rooms, transporting you to the 19th-century Seville.
Las Casas de El Arenal: Named after the two 18th-century houses it occupies, Las Casas de El Arenal, is a relative newcomer to the city’s boutique-hotel scene and a bit of an undiscovered gem. Luminous and calming, and dressed in cream colors, the rooms have regal and elegant touches in the rich red fabrics, imperial looking drapes around the bed, high wood-beamed ceilings and bathrooms. It’s a space not only feel at home in, but also to be pampered in.
Casa Número 7: An intimate location in the city center that feels more like a personal abode than a six-bedroom hostelry. This is unsurprising as the owner, converted his home into this charming hotel. The criteria was to get the mood and attention to detail just right and not simply rush through the changes from home to hotel. The atmosphere is intimate and the good taste in the furnishings evident.
Palacio Conde de Torrejón 09: Located within a traditional Andalusian palace and situated in one of the city’s most popular areas, this hotel is a charming base to have some rest after a full day exploring Seville. Maintaining original features such as arched porticos, coffered ceilings and an elegant central courtyard, this Baroque mansion has been elegantly restored into a 21st-century boutique hotel. All rooms ooze contemporary sophistication, boasting sleek wooden floors, crushed velvet tub chairs and handpicked vintage trinkets like retro cameras or antique artworks.
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