Wondering where to stay in Seville? Not sure what the right neighborhood for you might be? Sit back and relax as we guide you through the best hotels the city has to offer. Discover which hotels in Seville have the best views of its three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Or which are closest to this city’s huge range of landmark attractions both old and new. See the city show off with our guide to the best things to do in Seville, our Seville design guide, or read about all of our tours in Seville.
Where to Stay in Centro
As you might imagine, the Centro district of Seville contains many of the city’s most precious attractions. Staying in Centro puts you right at the heart of the action. Here you have the river and Museo neighborhood a short way west. The winding streets of Alfalfa and Santa Catalina districts lie immediately east, and attractive gardens to the south.
Corral del Rey
The Corral del Rey has a gently rustic Andalusian ambience. Its 13 rooms boast wooden beams and stripped back window shutters for a historic note. Elsewhere, arched doorways and mosaic decoration blend with comfortable couches and hardwood furniture. The hotel sits on the boundary between Centro and the Alfalfa district immediately to the east. Rooms include complimentary breakfast, which you can enjoy until noon – you’re on vacation after all!
Corral del Rey, 7-12, Seville
EME Catedral Hotel
A literal stone’s throw from the cathedral, EME Catedral Hotel couldn’t be better named. Incredible views of the cathedral’s intricate stonework are available from many of the rooms. They can also be enjoyed from the wood decked rooftop terrace and open-air pool. Its modern rooms create an airy and fuss free space, which lead into elegantly finished en suite bathrooms. Facilities include a gym, spa, and sauna.
C/Alemanes 27, City Center, Seville
This palatial offering is a couple of blocks back from the right bank of the river. The Hotel Mercer has a dozen individually-decorated rooms that blend modern comforts with high ceilings and original molded plasterwork. The roof is home to a stylish open-air pool and terrace space. Inside, the shared lobby is a great place to catch up with new friends, or read the complimentary daily newspapers.
Calle Castelar, 26, El Arenal, Seville
Hotel Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza
This authentic Andalusian home dates back to the eighteenth century. Its rooms are chic spaces in pale but glowing tones, centering around a light-filled courtyard. The Hotel Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza has an outdoor pool and sun loungers that together overlook the aged roof tiles of the surrounding buildings. There is also an on-site spa offering massage treatments.
Pza de Lopez Pintado, 2, City Center, Seville
Hotel Casa 1800
Occupying a former private nineteenth-century mansion close to the very center of Seville is Hotel Casa 1800. Its traditional central courtyard allows natural light to flood into the interior spaces. In the center hangs a majestic chandelier. Its rooms contain fine wood furniture and soft furnishings in neutral tones, while bathrooms are finished in marble. A rooftop terrace provides a place to swim while looking across to the cathedral and its unique minaret-bell tower. The hotel also offers a complimentary afternoon tea with sandwiches and cakes each day.
Calle Rodrigo Caro, 6, 41004 Seville
Hotel Boutique Palacio Pinello
Fitted out in a classic style, grand portraits hang from many of the otherwise white walls. Parquet floors have been polished to an unmatched shine. Narrow columns of marble lead up to archways reminiscent of the city’s Alcazar Palace. Yet at the same time, bathrooms come with all the modern amenities, leaving guests lacking nothing. When it comes to shared space, there’s a wonderful rooftop terrace situated among the city’s many church spires. The Hotel Boutique Palacio Pinello sits in the center of it all with elegant grace.
Segovias, 1, 41001, City Center, Seville
Where to Stay in Santa Catalina
Named after a Mudejar-style church dating from the fourteenth century, this neighborhood is a slightly more relaxed version of Centro. Still centrally-located, most of the city’s landmark sights are still within walking distance. Meanwhile, Santa Catalina’s streets are lined with small, family-owned restaurants offering excellent meals.
Hotel Palacio de Villapanes
The columned central space with its trickling fountain is typical of the cool interiors found at the Hotel Palacio de Villapanes. Here guests are treated to beautifully decorated rooms that take the best of the old and new worlds. Never wanting for space, many offer great views across the city. When it comes to outdoor space, guests can opt between the courtyard and rooftop. Facilities include a spa, and 24-hour fitness center.
C/alemanes 27, City Center, Seville
Hotel Posada del Lucero
Starting out life in the sixteenth century, a central courtyard leads up to the rooftop terrace with outdoor pool. Historic elements, like carved column heads, are matched with contemporary pieces of furniture. Its rooms are decorated with a sophisticated palette of black, white and grey, that is neither too oppressive or too masculine. Altogether, Hotel Posada del Lucero has managed to successfully combine all the elements for a fantastic stay.
C/ Almirante Apodaca, 7, City Center, Seville
Where to Stay Outside of Seville
Drift away from the center of Seville and Andalusia’s beautiful countryside soon unwraps around you. With good road connections, the main sights are still only a short drive away, while giving you plenty of options to enjoy the bird song and vistas beyond. If you’re looking to explore, try our tour of Granada from Seville, our olive oil tasting and Carmona Village tour, or our Iberian Ham and Aracena Cave tour. You can also escape the urban hustle and bustle with our article on where to stay in Marbella.
Hotel Holos is located in the southern suburb of Heliopolis 15 minutes by road from the cathedral and other central sights. It offers guests contemporary-styled rooms, that are rich in polished wood surfaces that reflect the natural light. Limited to seven rooms, it gives a sense of exclusivity to any stay. The rooftop terrace and garden with a very cool metallic sun shade is an added bonus.
Calle Uruguay; 8, Seville
Hacienda de San Rafael
Escape the bustle of central Seville at Hacienda de San Rafael. Located roughly 60 kilometers south of the city, this two-story structure captures the essence of the farmhouse it once was. Reminders of its past act as the main decoration, alongside beautiful pieces of carved wood furniture. In addition to just 14 rooms, there’s a seasonal outdoor pool in the private gardens.
Apartado 28, Carretera N-iv, km 594, Las Cabezas de San Juan
Staying in Seville
Knowing where to stay in Seville can be difficult because of the huge number and range of hotels around. From the very epicenter of the city outwards, we’ve picked our favorites and shared them with you here. If you’re looking for a larger selection, here are our hotels in Seville.