Named after the king who commissioned its construction in 1928, Hotel Alfonso XIII was originally built to house heads of state and high-ranking guests of the 1929 Great Ibero-American Exhibition. This palatial property reflects Mudejar Revival architecture with marble floors, wood-paneled ceilings, Moorish lamps, ceramic hand-painted tiles and antique furnishings.
Dining options at Hotel Alfonso XIII include Taifas Restaurant, San Fernando Restaurant, and Bodega Alfonso restaurant. Located by the fountain in the hotel courtyard, Taifas Restaurant is decorated according to the Arabic tradition, but offers Mediterranean cuisine. San Fernando serves international cuisine as well as authentic Andalusian dishes. Bodega Alfonso serves Spanish cuisine.
A seasonal outdoor pool and 24-hour fitness center with sauna provide recreation and relaxation. Business amenities include 9 multi-purpose meeting/event rooms, catering, audio-visual equipment, a 24-hour business center, and wireless (high-speed) Internet access (surcharges may apply). The Hotel Alfonso XIII is near the airport and provides valet parking with disabled spaces (surcharge). Half board and full board rates are available. Guests should note that the hotel does not allow pets or service animals.
This hotel offers 151 air-conditioned guestrooms. Accommodations feature Andalusian, Moorish or Castilian-style décor with floor-length drapes, upholstered chairs, velvet sofas, carved wooden beds and wardrobes. All rooms feature private bathrooms with tub/shower combinations. Room amenities include direct line telephone, TV with international channels, minibar, safe, and wireless Internet access (surcharge). Rollaway beds can be provided for an extra charge.