Luxury Hotels in Seville

Luxury Hotels in Seville

Corral Del Rey

The hotel's original 17th century building has been meticulously restored and incorporates an atrium patio, Roman marble columns and original carved wooden beams, with the bedrooms situated around the galleries of the central courtyard.

The owners have now bought the building opposite and doubled the number of rooms to 12, with an additional penthouse suite.

Each room comes with a state of the art sound and vision system, and the limestone and marble bathrooms have walk-in rain showers or baths.

A roof-top garden and plunge pool provide a refreshing chill-out area, with great views of the cathedral and Giralda. The hotel also houses an art gallery and a vibrant bar and restaurant. Private dining is offered in the roof garden or in the vaulted cellars, which were discovered during restoration. Other facilities include massage and beauty treatments and a DVD library.

Why We Love It

The hotel is owned by the same family as the beautiful Hacienda San Rafael in rural Andalucia, and offers boutique luxury just five minutes' walk from Seville's cathedral.


Casa No 7

Situated in the heart of the former Jewish quarter of Santa Cruz, Casa Nº 7 is an award-winning boutique hotel of historic character and refined simplicity.

With just six rooms, the hotel has the intimacy and relaxed atmosphere of a private home. The rooms are arranged around a small inner courtyard, typical of Seville, and each is individually decorated. The absence of televisions and radios helps Casa Nº 7 to remain a peaceful oasis within the bustling centre of Andalucia's capital.

On the main floor is a drawing-room with comfortable sofas and armchairs, and an honesty bar with a selection of sherries and wines. There is no restaurant, but a delicious breakfast is served each morning, and there are plenty of restaurants and tapas bars in the immediate neighbourhood. Also within easy walking distance are the cathedral and good shopping areas.

Why We Love It

Originally built in 1847 as a private residence, the listed building is owned by a member of the Gonzalez-Byass sherry family and opened as a hotel after a four-year restoration.


Hotel Amadeus

Located in the historic centre of Seville between Santa Cruz neighbourhood and the Juderia, Hotel Amadeus is way more music themed than even the name might suggest.

Within easy reach of the Cathedral, Giralda, Archivo de Indias, Torre del Oro, and the Maestranza (bullring), the building is an old 18th century manor house that has been completely restored in authentic Sevillian-style. The owners have created an atmosphere so cosy that guests should feel as comfortable as they would in their own homes. Rooms are designed in traditional style and guests can rent musical instruments to play around the hotel or on the piano patio. But even non musical guests will enjoy staying on what is a charming boutique hotel in an excellent location.

Why We Love It

Some of the bedrooms come with pianos in them and are sound-proofed so guests can play away to their hearts' content.


Las Casas del Rey de Baeza

Now beautifully restored, the building preserves traditional Andalucian architecture, combined with stylish, contemporary interiors.

The 36 rooms and five suites are distributed around cobbled courtyards, and all have modern bathrooms, DVD players and internet access. Facilities include a rooftop swimming pool and terrace, a library, bicycles for guests' use and a restaurant that serves authentic Andalusian cuisine and tapas. The hotel's location in the heart of the historic Santa Cruz district is another real plus.

Why We Love It

Occupying an 18th century building with a white and ochre façade that was once the property of the Moorish King of Baeza.


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