Hotel Alfonso XIII

Calle San Fernando 2, Seville, 41004, Spain

Inaugurated by King Alfonso XIII in 1929 and graciously restored over the years, this grand hotel is a splendid, historic, Mudejar-style palace, built around a central patio and surrounded by ornate brick arches. Classic meets modern throughout the hotel and public rooms have marble floors, wood-panel ceilings, heavy Moorish lamps, stained glass, and ceramic tiles in typical Seville colors. The hotel has three restaurants and the elegant Bar Alfonso. If you can't afford a room, you can still enjoy the sumptuous surroundings: sip a glass of fino (sherry) while overlooking the fabulous central courtyard and appearing appropriately superior (and rich).

PROS

  • both stately and hip
  • impeccable service

CONS

  • a tourist colony
  • expensive

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 954-917000

HOTEL DETAILS

132 rooms, 19 suites
Rate Includes: Breakfast

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