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AlmaSevilla - Hotel Palacio de Villapanes

AlmaSevilla - Hotel Palacio de Villapanes Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Built in the early 18th century in the traditional Sevilian baroque style, this gorgeous palace now houses a luxury boutique. Its 50 rooms are all elegant and stylish, with a few original architectural details -- including wall moldings and, in some, intricate coffered ceilings -- and high-end amenities, such as flat-screen TVs, free minibar items, and free Wi-Fi. The small spa, lovely courtyards, intimate restaurant, and rooftop plunge pool offering panoramic city views are all great perks. The location, in a quiet area of the historic center, is ideal for those looking to see Seville’s main attractions.
EME Catedral Hotel

EME Catedral Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This small, hip boutique is ideally located right next door to the Seville Cathedral, in the heart of the historic center. With stylish, modern rooms featuring upscale amenities; a rooftop terrace complete with a hopping bar and a pool with striking views; and a relaxing spa offering a wide array of treatments, EME Catedral Hotel sets the bar for Seville cool. Just note that some guests complain of dim room lighting, and of noise coming from the rooftop bar.
Vincci La Rabida Hotel

Vincci La Rabida Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This historic, 81-room boutique is centrally located in the old center of Seville, within walking distance of most major attractions. Common areas -- such as the gorgeous arched courtyard and the restaurants -- are classic, elegant and luxurious, with original architectural details dating back to the 18th century. Suites feature upscale touches, including lofted rooms with four-poster king beds, the occasional antique, and jetted tubs. But some Standard Rooms may be a little stark for some -- with simple wooden furniture and somewhat tired bathrooms -- and there is no fitness center or pool.
Hotel Fontecruz Sevilla

Hotel Fontecruz Sevilla Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Hotel Fontecruz Sevilla is an upscale, inviting hotel with a modern style and vintage touches. Centrally located in Santa Cruz and the historic district, the hotel is within easy walking distance of shops, cafes, attractions, and bars. The sleek, stylish rooms are large with rainfall showerheads, robes, and minibars, in addition to modern black tile throughout. Some rooms have balconies and separate walk-in showers and soaking tubs. However, some guests may find rooms and common areas to be poorly lit and there is street noise in some. Free Wi-Fi is available, but parking is off-site and costs a daily fee. Bicycle rental and spa services -- such as massages and facials -- are on-site, and there is a marvelous rooftop terrace and restaurant.
Las Casas de la Juderia

Las Casas de la Juderia Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 178-room Las Casas de la Juderia is made up of 27 different houses and mansions linked together by a series of winding alleyways and underground tunnels, a small city within the city. Completely unique in design, entering this hotel is like stepping back in time to 15th-century Seville and caters to tourists with cultural and historic interests.
Hotel Casa del Poeta

Hotel Casa del Poeta Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 18-room Hotel Casa del Poeta is an intimate, upper-mid-range property centered around a charming three-story courtyard brimming with plants and open to the sky. The interior architecture as well as the setting are particularly romantic; the property is removed from the street down a tiny, pedestrian, cobblestone alleyway, and situated two blocks from the Alcàzar (within walking distance of many of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the heart of the city). Rooms are simple and elegant with marble floors, white walls, stocked minibars, and free Wi-Fi. Bathrooms are on the small side, and there is little drawer space for clothing. A few guests have noted noise from the inner courtyard.
Corral del Rey

Corral del Rey Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 12-room luxury boutique Corral del Rey is located in two houses several yards apart. The buildings were built as a casa palacio in the 17th century, and have been carefully restored to preserve their architectural history but updated and refurbished to meet the demands of the modern traveler. Located in the center of Seville's historic district, along a winding cobblestone street, the Corral del Rey is packed with romantic atmosphere.
Hotel Casa 1800

Hotel Casa 1800 Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The three-story, 24-room Hotel Casa 1800 was originally a mansion built in 1864. The owners have taken care in its conversion to retain the original historic character. Nonetheless, Casa 1800 still has the modern conveniences and cutting edge technology today's travelers expect in a boutique property, with a prime location in the city center near a world-famous cathedral.
Sacristia de Santa Ana

Sacristia de Santa Ana Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 24-room Sacristia de Santa Ana is an upper-middle-range boutique hotel constructed in classic Andalusian style, based around an interior courtyard with three floors and a glassed-in atrium. Situated about 20 minutes on foot from the old center of Seville on lively Alameda de Hercules square, the area is lined with cafes and restaurants that stay hopping well into the evening. Individually outfitted rooms feature Spanish Empire style decor with modern touches and include decorative striped headboards, glass chandelier sconce lights, and chintz screen closet doors. Some guests have complained that noise from the square filters into the outward-facing rooms at night.
Hotel Holos

Hotel Holos Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Hotel Holos is a modern, upper-middle-range, B&B with seven rooms in a residential house retrofitted with contemporary geometric architecture. It's situated in a pretty, leafy neighborhood built for the World Exposition of 1929 full of Victorian-era houses and orange trees. The minimal rooms have air-conditioning, fun extras like colored toilet paper, and bathrobes. The modern garden and wood-paneled solarium terrace offer lovely places for lounging. Some guests have noted that the location is far from touristed areas (it's 45 minutes on foot to the Jewish quarter) and that there are no real dining options within the property. Wi-Fi is free and there are rental bikes available.


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