Explore Hotel Alfonso XIII
If you are in the mood for history and sumptuousness, you will enjoy staying in this Mudejar-style palace. It still preserves most of the original décor from when King Alfonso XIII built it, nearly a hundred years ago, and has a strong Spanish and Moorish ambience.Go out and explore Seville by foot in the morning, while it’s still not too warm. Then, spend the afternoon in the swimming pool — or wandering around the hotel, travelling back in time as your imagination is excited by the authentic elegance and luxury from the 1920s. Have a light snack at the Pool Restaurant before you go out to enjoy Seville by night.
The hotel is right in the heart of the city, 20 minutes from the airport and within walking distance to major monuments like the Cathedral and the Alcázar.
The room decor is nothing mind blowing — but you do have the option between rooms decorated in Castilian, Moorish or Andalusian style.
Who is it for
If you decide to stay in Seville and explore its rich history and culture, this is where we recommend you stay — unless historical hotels with a more sophisticated feel are not your cup of tea.
Amenities & Activities
The hotel has a gym and sauna as well as a swimming pool. You can also do wine-tasting and take cooking classes. The Ena restaurant offers tapas and dishes to share, and in the San Fernando you can have Andalusian cuisine.