Hotel Alfonse XIII is a rare combination of a luxury hotel, slendid architecture and cozy charm. The lobby and common areas have exquisite tile work, arched windows, stained glass, splendid flower arrangements and just wonderful architecture. Breakfast, lunch and dinner is served in a large, central open air atrium. A garden and swimming pool behind the hotel provide a quiet oasis in the bustling city of Sevilla. The rooms are large and the facilities are state of the art.
Add to this a wonderful and friendly staff rendering assistance with walking tours, flamenco performance reservations and whatever else you may need as well as impeccable service - and you have a hotel stay as luxurious and pleasant as anywhere in the world. And, oh yes, the location in the Old City is perfect.
If you want to splurge and if any hotel is worth the cost, this is where you will walk away satisfied and feeling that you have received your money's worth.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Discover the recently renovated Hotel Alfonso XIII, Seville. Since its inauguration in 1928 the Hotel Alfonso XIII has been the preferred rendezvous for residents of Seville and elite travelers from around the world.From the moment you pass through the entrance of the Hotel Alfonso XIII a world of luxury is your's to explore. Discover the 151 rooms and suites at the newly renovated Hotel Alfonso XIII, Seville, totally equipped and furnished with luxury and comfort. The hotel guestrooms have been decorated with three different elegant styles: Andaluz, Moorish and Castillian rooms. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Alfonso Xiii Seville
- Hotel Alfonso Xiii