Would you like to know what are the best hotels in Seville? This is my selection of hand-picked accommodations.
As this a very personal tourist guide about Seville, I have looked for the best options to stay in the city with great care.
And in order to do so, this is the workflow that I follow.
First, I run an initial selection based on overall ratings.
Then the hard work starts – selecting the best places to stay in Seville! In order to do so, I do not simply look at the most luxurious hotels, but try to find the accommodation in Seville which brings top value for different budget levels.
This is a manual process in which I go hotel after hotel, analyzing what it delivers, at what price, and for which type of traveler. I visit the hotels and analyze extensive reviews of the accommodation that are in the list plus also of the ones that I decide to drop.
Despite I do love in general hotels with lots of character, I am perfectly aware that not everybody has the same taste. That is why I include different styles of hotels and vacation rentals.
So this is the list of what I consider to be the best hotels in Seville.
Palacio de Villapanés: Despite the apparent management effort to keep the hotel veiled to the rest of the world, it is probably the most luxurious 5-star hotel in Seville. From the outside, you can only see the old palace doors. No signs.
This former 18th century palace in the heart of the city oozes style and sophistication. Apart from the classic patio right at the entrance, there is a modern one at the back of the building, full of plants. But if you are looking for an intimate place to rest and relax, the rooftop spa and pool will suit you best.
Rooms are all unique and unbelievably beautiful, all offering that wow factor when you walk into them. They are distributed around the two patios with the suites in the building looking out to the orange tree-shaded outdoor patio.
If you need more options, have a look at the list of my 5 best luxury hotels in Seville.
Plácido y Grata: Located in what was previously a manor house from the 19th century, this boutique hotel offers you a tranquil experience, immersing you in a calm, peaceful space where traditional vernacular architecture combines with contemporary Scandinavian design.
Once you take a step in the reception area, time stands still and you are in a mini urban oasis where contemporary design meets traditional elements. Marble columns and arcades lead to a central patio, with a fountain and a small garden. Light colored wooden beams, preserved from the original building, complement the ceramic latticework.
Rooms encompass an effortless Scandinavian design which is complemented by warm hues referencing the Mediterranean. Some of the suites have a large window that leads out to a private terrace with a bathtub and outdoor shower.
Would you like other alternatives? Check my 5 best boutique hotels in Seville.
Palacio Bucarelli: This 17th century building situated in the historic district of San Lorenzo has been delicately restored preserving its original structure whilst achieving complete modernity.
The furniture, prints and tapestries of family heritage evoke the history of the building and its inhabitants. Its unique facilities and the careful decoration make a stay at Palacio Bucarelli a cozy experience that recalls the taste of home. Make the most of the outdoor pool as well as the honesty bar – the perfect place to relax with a cold drink.
It offers a selection of 15 luxury apartments, each varying in size and style. They all include daily housekeeping and are connected with the beautiful inner courtyard of the traditional house.
If you need more options, have a look at the list of my 5 best vacation rentals in Seville.
Hotel América: This delightful hotel is located in the central Plaza de la Victoria. It lies surrounded by countless shops, and traditional tapas bars as it is only a couple of minutes away from the Seville’s main shopping area.
You will be welcomed by warm, muted tones which create an inviting, calming atmosphere.
The guest rooms enjoy a simplistic style and offer the perfect refuge in which to relax and unwind in comfort at the end of the day. The hotel offers a host of high-quality facilities, fully catering to the business and leisure needs of guests.
Would you like other alternatives? Check my 5 best mid-range hotels in Seville.
La Casa del Maestro Boutique: Once the home of Niño Ricardo, one of Spain’s great flamenco guitar players, this is a warm, authentic and welcoming hotel. Located in the traditional neighborhood of Santa Catalina, you can easily get to many of the Seville sights from here on foot.
The house, built around a central courtyard, has 11 rooms. Each room has different decorations inspired by songs of the artist while being well equipped and comfortable.
The patio gives access to a nice and soft natural light, and is built around the original wooden beams, stylish banisters, and the spectacular mosaic floor in greens and yellows that runs right through the public spaces of the hotel. At the top of the house you will find the roof terrace, where you can have a delicious breakfast with views over Seville’s rooftops.
If you need more options, have a look at the list of my 5 best budget hotels in Seville.
For You Hostel Sevilla: This is without a doubt my top pick for the best high-end hostel in Seville. Set in a historic building, For You Hostel is a super stylish place with very cool surroundings that offers amazing boutique style private rooms.
So if you are traveling in couple looking for a fancy place to spend a few nights, you are going to love it. Equally, if you are a solo traveler, take advantage of all the amenities.
Would you like other alternatives? Check my 5 best hostels in Seville.
As always, you have all the information on a specific map of accommodation in Seville. And remember, you can use this map at home and while you’re traveling in Spain. You have all the details on how to do so on the Seville Traveller maps page, where you also have links to all the other maps.
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