Spacious rooms with flat-screen TVs and comfortable beds
Modern, clean bathrooms with a full range of toiletries
Full-service Bodyna Spa
Small rooftop pool with bar service, loungers and great views
Senzone Restaurant serves traditional Andalusian cuisine
Private outdoor parking on-site
Bicycles available upon request
Small windows make rooms feel a little dark
Lower-level rooms are a bit basic
Fee for Wi-Fi (free if you book through the hotel’s official website)
This charming 41-room boutique is housed in an 18th-century building in the historic center of Seville, a short walk from major attractions, shops and restaurants. It is built around two beautiful traditional patios with plants; exterior hallways that lead to the rooms. While Junior Suites and Deluxe Rooms have colonial-style furnishings with a modern twist, lower-level rooms can feel a little barebones, with sparse wall decorations, simple wrought-iron headboards, and small flat-screen TVs. However, all accommodations feature quality beds, Egyptian cotton linens, and clean, modern bathrooms. Small windows are typical of these typical Andalusian structures, but make most rooms feel dark. The hotel features a traditional tapas restaurant, a cozy library, and private parking on-site, but the highlight here is the full-service spa featuring a small rooftop pool with loungers and bar service.
On a quiet cobblestone street in Casco Antiguo, the heart of the old city
This hotel has an ideal location in the Casco Antiguo, the city’s historic center -- it is situated a 15-minute walk from most major attractions and the Santa Just train station, where high-speed trains connecting Seville to Cordoba, Madrid, and other major towns stop. There are a lot of traditional restaurants, cafes and bars in the area, and great shopping can be found, especially along Sierpes street, located a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
The Casco Antiguo is where visitors will find most major attractions. It’s all within a 15-minute walk from most hotels, but for longer distances, taxis are plentiful and fairly cheap. There are dozens of restaurants ranging from upscale to small traditional tapas spots -- but some can be tourist traps, so the best rule of thumb is to check if there are locals inside before taking a seat.
Seville has a wonderful historic and cultural heritage, and the best way to explore it is on foot. However, its narrow, winding streets can be difficult to navigate without a map, so make sure to get a map at front desk. There are beautiful churches, historic buildings, and charming nooks everywhere; even the simplest door may lead to a beautiful traditional patio with whitewashed walls and flower pots bursting with flowers.
27-minute drive to Seville Airport
4-minute walk to Casa de Pilatos, a stunning 16th-century palace
7-minute walk to Metropol Parasol, a wonderful marketplace with a great lookout point and Roman ruins
8-minute walk to the Museum of Flamenco
12-minute walk to the Cathedral and its famous Giralda tower, built in the 14th-century and still in use
14-minute walk to Archivo de Indias, containing millions of antique documents, including letters from Columbus (special permission needed)
15-minute walk to Santa Justa train station, where high-speed trains stop
17-minute walk to La Maestranza bullring
17-minute walk to Basilica de la Macarena, one of Seville’s most famous churches
20-minute walk to hisotirc Torre del Oro and the Guadalquivir River banks
20-minute walk to Maria Luisa Park and Plaza de España historic square
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