What are the most romantic hotels in Seville?
CLICK OFFERS Seville increasingly triumphs as a city of romantic getaway as a couple and the good news is that the experience can not be better, since in the city proliferate picturesque hotels, with charm and ideal for couples who want to enjoy special moments of intimacy in the framework of a historic, beautiful hotel and even with views. The list would be wide, there is a lot of romantic hotel offer in Seville, but we dare to comment on the ones we personally like the most.
Seville is one of the most romantic cities in Spain, with dream hotels for couples
Hotel Corral del Rey
RESERVE Charming palace house of the seventeenth century in the heart of the old town of Seville and today a luxury boutique hotel. Works of art on the walls, antiques and a signature interior design. The lovely terrace has a small pool and bar, as well as a small keep with sofa bed. The best room to book for couples is the penthouse, with a large terrace on one side, private pool and a separate black marble bathroom.
Hotel las Casas del Rey de Baeza
RESERVE Classic charming hotel in the center of Seville, with elegant rooms and a cortijo style with its albero colors and romantic touches such as stairs with candles. Relax in one of the two cobblestone patios with pots and jasmine flowers. A warm Andalusian restaurant, overlooking a lush courtyard is the perfect retreat if you leave one of its wonderful rooms to unleash love.
Hotel Alfonso XIII
RESERVE Stay if you can in this wonderful regionalist building created for the Expo of 1929, a few meters from the cathedral, has become synonymous with palatial luxury in Seville. With its minarets, impressive ballroom, sumptuous ceramic tiles and grandiose Moorish arches, the architecture is almost as striking as some of the great Sevillian palaces. The outdoor pool and the central Andalusian patio, with its fountain and gardens, are a wonderful oasis of hustle and bustle, bustle and heat.
Hotel Casa 1800
RESERVE The Hotel Casa 1800 Sevilla is a beautiful mansion that lived its peak in the nineteenth century, a time of romantics, with legendary characters such as Don Juan Tenorio, Carmen la Cigarrera, Lord Byron and Bécquer. Unbeatable location next to Mateos Gago Street, full of places to eat and dine. This mansion was built in 1864 following the traditional design of the Sevillian palace with three floors full of light from the central courtyard. It has a terrace with swimming pool and spectacular views of the Cathedral of Seville and La Giralda; as well as the bell towers of the old Jewish quarter of Santa Cruz, the battlements, the trees of the gardens of the Real Alcázar and the towers of the Plaza de España of the María Luisa Park.
Hotel Casa Romana
RESERVE Beautiful historical mansion of the eighteenth century spectacularly restored, with a charming inner courtyard, typical of the noble houses of the time, with beautiful mosaics and a fountain, there is also an excellent living room with comfortably furnished bedrooms. Two minutes walk from the Plaza Duque de la Victoria, Sierpes Street and the shopping center of Seville; Ten minutes walk from the Giralda, the Cathedral, the Santa Cruz area, and located in one of the bohemian enclaves of Seville (Plaza Alameda de Hércules or Barrio San Lorenzo, where Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer was born), it is the perfect place for a stay in Seville, ideal for couples. It has a spectacular terrace with swimming pool and sun loungers, which offers fantastic views of the city. The hotel features the Roomzero restaurant, which serves fine regional dishes in an elegant and informal atmosphere. In the spring and summer months, meals can also be enjoyed on the rooftop terrace.
Hotel Alcoba del Rey
RESERVE Hotel located in a palace next to the Basilica de la Macarena– where, according to legend, the poet king of Seville hid his love -the washerwoman Rumaykiyya- from his father. Sober but elegant façade, with an interior that hides an explosion of colors, the gurgling of water in the fountain and the exuberant aromas that transport us to the Seville of Al-Andalus. Almost a trip back in time to the magnificent Taifa kingdom of Al-Mutamid, which made Isbiliyya (Seville) the most important city of the ancient world. Its architectural structure, based on handmade materials used in Seville eight centuries ago, consists of an Andalusian central courtyard, surrounded by different rooms: the reception, the breakfast room, the cafeteria, the spiral staircase and the 15 bedrooms.
Hotel Palacio de Villapanes
The Palace of Villapanes was recently renovated, combining the charm of stone palace of the eighteenth century with the comforts and luxuries of the XXI century. Many of the original features such as marble columns, iron gates, wooden doors, and vaulted ceilings are preserved, but the rest of the property was upgraded with impressive technology and a great spa. Suites and rooms are spacious, with tall windows and separate bathrooms in marble suites. Guests can make use of the outdoor pool and rooftop terrace and enjoy drinks and tapas at the bar.
RESERVE If you prefer to have a little more space for a longer trip, Palacio Bucarelli houses apartments in the traditional neighborhood of San Lorenzo in Seville. The building dates from the seventeenth century and was the home of the Bucarelli family. After a stylish update, it now boasts 15 spacious apartments filled with antique furniture, four-poster beds, and bright Sevillian-inspired interiors. Ideal for small groups or families, the apartments have a kitchenette and a sofa bed for the little ones. During the summer months, guests can take a dip in the courtyard pool and enjoy tapas at the nearby Eslava restaurant, one of Seville's classics, next to the interesting Plaza de San Lorenzo.
Hotel Casa De Indias
RESERVE This new boutique hotel is in the Plaza de las Setas of the old town, the Incarnation, an interesting and renovated area of the pure center of Seville. Palacio de Dueñas and the Santa Cruz district are within walking distance. Rooms are bright and airy, with modern interiors, fresh bedding, and exposed brick walls. The hotel also has two terraces, one with breakfast service and cafeteria, the other on the roof with bar, solarium, swimming pool, relaxation area and spectacular views of the Plaza de las Setas.
Mercer, El Arenal
RESERVE Casa Palacio Castelar, a nineteenth-century palace on a quiet street in a central location, is home to one of Seville's most luxurious and elegant hotels, boasting just 11 sumptuous rooms and suites. Although the hotel could only be in Seville, the exuberance of the city has been reduced here with a minimalist design that accentuates the beauty of the architecture, particularly the magnificent marble staircase. The atmosphere is tranquil and private, whether you're cooling off in the rooftop pool, sipping an expertly prepared cocktail at the bar, or enjoying creative Andalusian cuisine at Maria Luisa Restaurant.
Colón Gran Meliá
RESERVE An iconic hotel in Seville since its opening in 1929, the glamorous five-star Colón Gran Meliá is very close to shops, tapas bars and restaurants. The contemporary design features sensual reds and golds with furniture by Philippe Starck, Marcel Wanders and Edra. The rooftop pool is a perfect place to sunbathe and gaze at Seville's romantic skyline, while the Clarins Spa is very useful for a quick recovery after strolling around the city. A modern take on traditional dishes makes El Burladero a popular spot for locals and visitors alike. Book a room on the RedLevel floor, where there is a private lounge and more personalized service.
Casual de Don Juan Tenorio, Santa Cruz
RESERVE In the beautiful Plaza Venerables, in the heart of the labyrinthine neighborhood of Santa Cruz, the old Jewish quarter, this budget hotel is inspired by the character of Don Juan: José Zorrilla actually stayed in this building when he was writing his work about the legendary heartthrob in the nineteenth century. As with all Casual hotels, there are family rooms and baby packs (including strollers and baby carriers) can be provided. The rooms have good quality beds and a different design in each. A reasonably priced buffet breakfast is offered and there are many tapas bars to discover in the streets around the square.
One Shot Palacio Conde de Torrejón 09
RESERVE An eighteenth-century palace in the Alameda area, less touristy with some fantastic bars and a bohemian vibe, is now a modern, bright hotel where original features such as tiled walls and coffered ceilings contrast with contemporary furniture in bright colors. There's fresh navy and white décor in the 60 rooms, some with terraces, which have hardwood floors and stylish bathrooms. After a day of sightseeing, you can cool off in the small rooftop pool, where there is also a bar. The Lalola restaurant of Javi Abascal (Abascal is a renowned chef).