The smell of orange blossoms, the soft tapping of flamenco handclaps, dried cherries and jam: the capital of Andalusia, Spain The most “Spanish” of all the regions, few other cities stimulate the senses. With an average of nearly 3,000 hours of sunshine per year, it also heats up earlier than most places in Europe, making it ideal outside of high season! Vacation spot – although in the middle of summer, be prepared for some serious heat; the mercury often rises above 40 degrees.
Seville is a sizeable city and there is no shortage of hotels, many of which have moved away from the Andalusian moor in their layout and design Man’s past. Intricate patterned tiles, gurgling fountains, and cool interior courtyards give some of the city’s lower-budget hotels a luxe Breath. Be aware that the center is very walkable, and beautiful throughout, so there’s no real need to splurge on digging next to the tourist center.
55 euros per night
Located in the back streets of Seville’s historic centre, Hotel Europa is A quintessential old-fashioned building offering exceptional taste at an affordable price. Its rooms boast magnificent wallpaper patterns, exquisite mahogany bed frames and cool marble floors. There is also an elegant communal lounge composed of traditional tile patterns. Air conditioning, TV and wireless internet are standard in all rooms, and if you want to keep your locally purchased sherry cool, the miniature A refrigerator is also standard.
BOUTIQUE DOaA LOLA Hotel.
56 euros per night.
The rooms in this 19th century building are bright, colorful, clean and modern. It’s easy to get from the front door to pretty much anywhere you want to go in the city, especially since it’s so close to the city’s vibrant party district, Alameda! de Hércules is close (but don’t worry about being followed, it’s on a relatively quiet road). Has all the expected modern conveniences – wireless internet, air conditioning, TV, etc. – Cherry on top is its roof terrace, ideal to have a sherry on top in the sunset glow! In this case, you can see a very nice house.
CASUAL DE LETRAS SEVILLA
56 euros per night
The public areas of the hotel are pure traditional Seville style! The hotel’s interior courtyard features calming shades of blue and white, while the rooms are available in a variety of configurations, from single to family rooms, and are full of Modern and cosmopolitan vibe. However, it comes in a variety of room configurations, from single to family size, all with a modern and cosmopolitan feel. Air conditioning, en-suite and wifi are all standard. In addition, Alfalfa Square is right on its doorstep and is a snack lover’s dream from morning to night.
CASUAL DE LETRAS SEVILLA (Laturas Sevilla)
56 euros per night
The public areas of the hotel are pure traditional Seville style! The hotel’s interior courtyard features calming shades of blue and white, while the rooms are available in a variety of configurations, from single to family rooms, and are full of Modern and cosmopolitan vibe. However, it comes in a variety of room configurations, from single to family size, all with a modern and cosmopolitan feel. Air conditioning, en suite and wifi are all standard. In addition, Alfalfa Square is right on its doorstep and is bustling from morning to night, a snack lovers dream.
EXE SEVILLA MACARENA
From 80 euros per night
Just north of the old town, this huge hotel offers a very different speed of accommodation to many other places in Seville. Its large rooms are comfortable in a way more usually associated with northern climates, featuring wooden furniture and double-glazed windows, and plenty of light. Admittedly, it may feel a little corporate to some, but it does offer great value for money, with four-star amenities. Fewer than many of its two-star competitors. Also, most notable is its large rooftop pool with views of the entire city and surrounding hills.
Black Swan Hotel
From 34 euros per night
A new breed of hotel that doesn’t just aspire to be sleek and modern, but really succeeds. Exposed wood, exposed brick and ironwork dominate its interior, while everywhere else is minimalist and spacious. As the name suggests, it’s primarily a hostel, with cool, youthful public areas, but private rooms are also available, including Family-sized suites with four single beds and cooking facilities. There are air-conditioned pumps throughout the lodge, which means you won’t sweat it out in the summer, and the WiFi is fast and reliable. Meanwhile, the old town is just outside the door and reception is happy to arrange tour companies, flamenco shows and cooking classes for you.