Featured Hotels in Seville Province

  • $82

    Average price per night

    Eurostars Torre Sevilla, Seville
    9.1 Awesome 1,185 reviews
    Description Located 2297 feet from Plaza de Armas, Eurostars Torre Sevilla is located in the last 13 floors of this skyscraper, the highest building in Andalucia.
    Review

    "Great location, lovely view. Good rooms. The reception staff, Enrike was the best we have served by. He was really proactive and very helpful."

    Aneesh. United Arab Emirates
  • $130

    Average price per night

    Las Casas de El Arenal, Seville
    9.2 Awesome 1,157 reviews
    Description Featuring free WiFi, Las Casas de El Arenal is located in Sevilla, 951 feet from the Cathedral. This hotel offers a classic décor and an on-site bar.
    Review

    "Outsanting facility, great location and professional staff"

    ALEXEY. Russia
  • $188

    Average price per night

    Hotel Casa 1800 Sevilla, Seville
    9.4 Awesome 1,047 reviews
    Description Built around a courtyard, this luxurious hotel is set in a restored 19th-century mansion beside Seville Cathedral in the Santa Cruz district.
    Review

    "Everything in this hotel was perfect! Extremely friendly staff that is happy to help with anything. Beautiful building and pool on the rooftop with the amazing view of the cathedral. 1-2 mnts walking distance..."

    Lana. United Arab Emirates
  • $374

    Average price per night

    Hotel Alfonso XIII - A Luxury Collection Hotel, Seville
    9.1 Awesome 1,077 reviews
    Description One of Spain's most prestigious hotels, Hotel Alfonso XIII - A Luxury Collection Hotel is located next to Seville’s Real Alcazares.
    Review

    "Design style and location both are outstanding"

    Wadia Asaly. Spain
  • $226

    Average price per night

    Gran Meliá Colon, Seville
    9.2 Awesome 1,060 reviews
    Description A design hotel located in the center of Seville, a 10-minute walk from the Giralda Tower and Seville Cathedral, Gran Meliá Colón offers a gourmet restaurant and a terrace with boutique rooftop pool.
    Review

    "The hotel rooms are huge and amazing, great location and the Burladero restaurant was the best in town."

    anagmedina. Panama
  • $85

    Average price per night

    Monte Triana, Seville
    9.0 Awesome 2,911 reviews
    Description The Hotel Monte Triana is located in Seville’s Triana district, about 15 minutes’ walk from the historic center. The bright, air-conditioned rooms have free Wi-Fi, pillow menu and digital TV.
    Review

    "The staff was excellent; my wife wasn't feeling good after two weeks of on-the-go travel, and needed a down day. The desk learned from the maid that she wasn't feeling good and called her to ask..."

    Will. United States of America
  • $115

    Average price per night

    Hotel Rey Alfonso X, Seville
    9.0 Awesome 2,191 reviews
    Description Hotel Rey Alfonso X is located in the historic center of Sevilla, a short walk from the Giralda and the Santa Cruz district. An outdoor swimming pool is open from June to September.
    Review

    "Everything. Location, the service. Good value for money"

    mohammed. Saudi Arabia
  • $93

    Average price per night

    Hotel Bécquer, Seville
    9.1 Awesome 3,914 reviews
    Description Set in Seville’s old town, 984 feet from Plaza Nueva Square, Hotel Bécquer features air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi access.
    Review

    "Originally, booked this property for one night only, but decided to stay for one more night, because we loved the hotel. The room was spotlessly clean, big and comfortable. A bathtub was a nice add-on (although, quite common in Spanish hotels). The location is easy to find if you are driving, the parking was very convenient. The hotel is located minuted away from the city center, yet you don't have to wonder around the narrow streets in a car to find it, we really appreciated it. The staff was kind enough to arrange a quiet non-smoking room for us. Good value for money. Overall, great stay and would recommend it to other travelers."

    Valeriia. Ukraine
  • $90

    Average price per night

    Zenit Sevilla, Seville
    9.0 Awesome 2,100 reviews
    Description Zenit Sevilla offers accommodations next to the River Guadalquivir, in Seville’s famous Triana neighborhood. It offers a rooftop terrace and views of the Giralda and the city.
    Review

    "Everything was fantastic pity we only spent 2 days . Breakfast was excellent rooms were stunning reception was helpful pleasant and Tony knew exactly who we were when we arrived which made us feel so special."

    Abdul Khalik. South Africa
  • $89

    Average price per night

    Hotel Amadeus & La Musica, Seville
    9.1 Awesome 1,608 reviews
    Description Located just 492 feet from Seville Cathedral, in the Santa Cruz District, this hotel’s roof terrace offers views of the Giralda Bell Tower. All air-conditioned rooms have satellite TV and free WiFi.
    Review

    "Staff was friendly and helpful. Unique and stunning building in the perfect location!"

    Samantha. Canada

Seville Province Highlights

Sunset drinks on Paseo Colón
Overlooking the River Guadalquivir, the bars along Paseo Colón throng with locals soaking up the buzzing atmosphere as the sun goes down.
Exploring the Barrio de Santa Cruz district
Despite its popularity, this medieval Jewish neighbourhood still has plenty of narrow streets where you can slip away from the crowds.
Tapas in Triana
Some Triana locals boast of never having visited Seville: join them here, far from the tourist trail, to sample authentic Andalusian tapas.
Sierra del Norte de Sevilla Nature Reserve
Home to 10 picturesque villages, this nature reserve’s magnificent forests and mountains draw city dwellers looking to cycle and hike.
Semana Santa
For a true sensory overload, don’t miss the hordes of robed penitents marching statues through the streets in Seville’s annual Easter parades.
Carmona
Right from the first glimpse of its 15th-century tower, Carmona's mishmash of Roman, Moorish and Gothic architecture is utterly entrancing.
Itálica Ciudad Romana
Legions once tramped the streets of this Roman city, dating back to 206 BC: discover its well-preserved amphitheatre, temples and thermal baths.
Ëcija
Nicknamed The Frying Pan of Andalusia for its searing summer temperatures, Ëcija’s treasures include the Alhambra-inspired Tomasas Palace. Add flamenco dancing and mouthwatering local cuisine and you've found authentic Spain.
Cycling the River Guadiamar
Running alongside the river once known as the River of Princes, this 70 km trail threads through verdant countryside and past medieval villages.