Hotels in Seville include countless charming vintage hotels converted from centuries-old palaces and mansions as well as heritage stays offering high standards, modish interiors and utmost comfort. Apart from these upmarket accommodation options, there is a good selection of cheap hotels in Seville, most of which are located in the narrow alleys of Santa Cruz a short walk from the city’s historic attractions.
The Seville hotels below have been grouped into three pricing categories:
Luxury (over €150)
Moderate (€75 to €149)
Cheap (up to €74)
These Seville hotel prices are for a double room per night and include all taxes but not breakfast unless otherwise specified. Spanish VAT (IVA) of 7% is added to all hotel bills.
Corral del Rey
Set on a narrow street in the old town, this stylish boutique hotel is set in a 17th century palacio. The rooms are set in two buildings around a central courtyard and furnished in antiques with Moroccan touches. If you don't treat yourself to the suite with two terraces and a private plunge pool, the rooftop garden has a pool too. Downstairs, there's a tapas bar. The hotel arranges insightful tours of the city too.Address: , Calle Corral Del Rey 12, Seville,
Telephone: +34 95 422 7116.
EME Catedral Hotel
Stylish and chic, the EME Catedral Hotel stands out for its juxtaposition of avant garde and rustic. Rooms are tastefully decorated with modish touches while the bricked walls and vaulted ceilings take on a rugged appearance. The rooftop swimming pool and terrace bar have spectacular views of the Cathedral, and dining options include a rustic Italian restaurant. The hotel also features glass floors that reveal Roman ruins under the hotel.Address: , Calle de los Alemanes 27, Seville, 41004 Seville
Telephone: +34 95 456 0000.
Hotel Alfonso XIII
If you're looking to splurge, the Hotel Alfonso XIII is arguably one of the most prestigious hotels in Seville. Converted from a neo-Moorish palace, the hotel pays homage to Spain's past. Huge chandeliers, opulent fabrics and an exotic ambiance make it the preferred choice of the rich and famous, including foreign royalties, members of the government and celebrities. The hotel's cocktail bar is ideal for pre-prandial drinks by the pool, followed by dinner at San Fernando Restaurant or its venerable tapas lounge.Address: , San Fernando 2, Seville,
Telephone: +34 95 491 7000.
Barceló Sevilla Renacimiento
Built on the Isla de Cartuja, the Barceló Sevilla Renacimiento is a massive 5-star hotel that spreads across three contemporary edifices. As part of a major hotel chain, this particular Barceló branch is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and trendy furnishing. With rooms of distinctive themes and size, the hotel caters to all types of travellers. Its four restaurants offer a myriad of dining options, ranging from barbeque to international buffet.Address: Isla de la Cartuja, Alvaro Alonso Barba, Seville, 41092 Seville
Telephone: 902 101 001.
Located within the labyrinth of Santa Cruz, Hotel Amadeus is set in a classically-furnished, 18th-century manor house and has music as a theme. Several instruments, including a grand piano, are available for use by guests. Rooms are small but attractively furnished, with antique furniture and original patterned tile flooring. The hotel's rooftop terrace opens up to a panorama of Seville’s historic centre and is an excellent spot to enjoy breakfast.Address: , Calle Farnesio 6, Seville, 41004 Seville
Telephone: +34 95 450 1443.
Hotel Boutique Elvira Plaza
This small boutique hotel - there are only nine rooms, two of them suites - is set in a charming pedestrianised square in Santa Cruz, the former Jewish district. Although the rooms are on the small size, they are light and stylish. A roof terrace looks out onto the city, and there are plenty of restaurants nearby.Address: , Plaza Doña Elvira 5, Seville,
Telephone: +34 95 422 73 88.
A little further from the historical centre, the calm and oasis of Hotel Holos is blissful retreat in a neighbourhood lined with orange trees. What this boutique stay lacks in size, it certainty makes up in fantastically helpful staff, style and silence. Inside its post-modern exterior there are just six doubles and a single, all of which are clean and comfortable, and its wooden rooftop terrace is delightful where the sun is out. It’s also just a few streets away from the Real Betis football stadium. All rooms come with air-conditioning, and bikes are available for guests.Address: , Calle Uruguay 8, Seville, 41012
Telephone: +34 95 429 6069.
Located along Calle San Jerónimo Hernández, one of the main shopping streets of Seville, Hotel Abril is a humble bolthole with reasonably good prices. Rooms are spacious and clean, with homely decor; some have windows opening into the lobby but they are quieter than those opening onto the street. For those keeping to a tight budget, free coffee and tea is available throughout the day. A hearty breakfast buffet is also available for an extra fee. All rooms are en suite and come with free Wi-Fi and air-conditioning.Address: , Calle San Jerónimo Hernández 20, Seville, 41003 Seville
Telephone: +34 95 422 9046.
Hotel Londres is a small-scale abode with a low price tag. All the 22 rooms are simple and clean, and each comes with en suite facilities, although those with windows opening onto an inner courtyard can be gloomy. Located near the Museo de Bellas Artes, all the city’s attractions are just a hop and jump away. No breakfast, but plenty of restaurants are nearby.Address: , San Pedro Martír 1, Seville,
Telephone: +34 95 421 2896.
A former house of the abbots, the YH Giralda is a perennially popular option for young couples seeking affordable comfort. The 2-star hotel is just metres away from the Giralda, in the midst of tapas bars and shops. The tastefully-furnished rooms are small but comfortable and are all en suite. Ask for the patio-facing rooms as they are quieter than those overlooking the streets.Address: , Calle Abades 30, Seville, 41004 Seville
Telephone: +34 95 422 8324.