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Hotels in Sevilla


Of Tartessian origin, influenced by the Romans, Visigoths and Muslims, Seville possesses a cultural and historical richness that can be seen in every corner of the city. By the Guadalquivir river, trade flourished, reaching its highest point during the Catholic Monarchs reign, when its river port became the Peninsula's most important one. We recommend booking in advance our hotels in Seville.

What to visit?

Seville's old town was declared a World Heritage site by the Unesco in 1987.

To get immersed in Seville's history, we will walk around Barrio de Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz Quarter), the former Jewish quarter, enjoying its squares filled with orange trees and the Andalusian courtyards covered with flowers. Here we will visit the Gothic Cathedral with the world's largest floor area. In the inside we will see Christopher Columbus' burial site. We recommend climbing up the stairs of the Giralda, its famous minaret tower, and enjoying the views over Seville.

The Real Alcázar was originally a fort, built in the 8th century, which was later re-purposed as a royal residence. The main points of interest of its interior are the Palacio de Pedro I, Mudejar architecture, and the Jardines del Estanque (Pond's Gardens), with their intense jasmine aroma. Not far away you will see the Archivo de las Indias (Seville's General Arquive of the Indies), in the Lonja de Mercaderes (Merchant's Market), from the 16th century. There you will find all information related to the Spanish colonies.

Walking by the river shore, we get closer to the Torre del Oro (Gold Tower), a watchtower that was built between the 18th and 19th centuries. The Plaza de España (Spain Square) is inside the Parque de María Luisa, one of the most iconic places in the city of Seville. Built for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, it is worth it to stop and look at all the different ornaments that can be found decorating the square.

Crossing San Telmo or Isabell II's bridges, we will get to the Barrio de Triana (Triana quarter), where flamenco is in the air. Going across this quarter we will get to the Callejón de la Inquisición (Inquisition's Passage), where the terrible Court had its headquarters.

What to eat?

We recommend savouring a fresh gazpacho (cold vegetables soup), tortas de quisquillas (shrimp cake), or huevos a la flamenca (fried eggs with vegetables) in any of our hotels in Seville. As a dessert, San Leandro yolks, mostachones de Utrera (pastry with honey), or oil pancakes.

Catalonia Giralda **** From 48 €

Main entrance

This magnificent hotel is located in the historiccentre of Seville. It is very near to the beautiful, typical quarter of Santa Cruz and a few minutes walk away from monuments such as the cathedral, La Giralda and Maria Luisa Park .

The city of Seville has a special charm that can be enjoyed from the very first moment you arrive. The people of Seville are very friendly and will make you feel at home. We hope you enjoy your stay to the full, whether you are visiting the city for business or pleasure.

Hotel Sevilla-00400

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Catalonia Híspalis *** From 39 €

Piscina del Catalonia Híspalis

This interesting hotel is located in the area of the enlargement of the city of Seville and is well connected with the city's historic and commercial centre.

It is a functional hotel with a pleasant, family atmosphere. The rooms are fully furnished, including a free WiFi Internet connection. Its location and its 2 function rooms make it the perfect place for visiting the capital of Andalusia and organising business meetings and events.

Hotel Sevilla-0773

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Catalonia Santa Justa **** From 53 €

Piscina del Catalonia Santa Justa

Formerly known as Catalonia Emperador Trajano, this complete hotel, refurbished in 2011, is located in the Seville quarter of Santa Justa. It is very well connected and is situated near the AVE (high-speed train) station and 15 minutes from the city's historic centre. It is a privileged area for tourists and offers convenient accommodation during a business trip. There is always something going on in Seville. Enjoy it!

Hotel Sevilla-00821

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