Luxury Hotels in Seville
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- Seville Cathedral
- Plaza de Espana
- Fibes Conference and Exhibition Center
- Giralda Tower
- Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium
- Virgen del Rocio University Hospital
- University of Seville
- La Cartuja Monastery
- Plaza Nueva
- Triana Bridge
- Isla Magica Theme Park
- Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza
- Benito Villamarin Stadium
- Seville Town Hall
- Olympic Stadium
- Los Arcos Mall
- Plaza de la Alameda Square
- Hospital de los Venerables
- Convent of the Incarnation
Seville Luxury Hotels
Best areas in Seville for luxury hotelsThe capital of Andalusia is a place of opulent palaces and grand neo-Gothic cathedrals – so it’s no wonder it's got hotels that take the meaning of “luxury” to whole new heights. In the heart of the city, the Seville Old Town, these come imbued with filigreed courtyards, palm-dotted gardens, and elegant lobbies with arabesque art and design. In Santa Cruz, where the great Alcazar looms above the labyrinthine lanes, there are rooftop pools and sun-splashed cocktail terraces. And in Santa Teresa and Nervion there are modern, spacious hotels with pools and plush suites.
Top luxury hotels in SevilleThe ritzy rooms of the Ayre Hotel Sevilla offer flat-screen TVs and gaming consoles, not to mention one huge outdoor pool and hidden gardens. Meanwhile, in the Old Town, the Hotel Palacio de Villapanes mimics the gorgeous architecture of the palaces that loom all around, its courtyard awash with sculpted columns and rooms complete with bathrooms clad in sparkling black marble. And then there are the plush suites and deluxe lobbies of the Hotel Dona Maria, where interesting statues of Spanish conquistadors give way to rooftop pools and breathtaking views.
Where to find the best fine dining in SevilleSeville has had millennia to perfect its culinary craft. That means visitors can enjoy a seriously accomplished fine dining scene. The refined bistros of the Old Town offer everything from spice-packed Middle Eastern mezze places to Italian trattorias with truffle-topped pastas and rare Rioja wines. Across the river in the Triana area and you'll find meticulously crafted tapas dishes, endless earthy kitchens, and cool cafés. And running between the center and the station at San Pablo-Santa Justa, there are Argentine bodegas and Latin bistros packed with gaucho steaks and delectable Iberian meats.
The most unique things to do in SevilleLuxury lovers won't have to look far to find something truly unique to do in Seville. There's the bubbling hot baths and the steam rooms of the Moroccan-style hammam at Aire De Sevilla – a great place to unwind and relax with aromatherapy and rooftop hot tubs overlooking the majestic cathedral. Or, consider the cultural immersion offered by the acclaimed evening Spanish dance shows at Tablao Flamenco. Wine tasting and culinary adventures are also available, to reveal the endless spices and rustic flavors of the Iberian kitchen that has grown up in the city's tapas bars. Away from the city there's even more, with luxury travelers often opting for hot air balloon flights over the orange groves of southern Andalusia, private excursions to the famous bianca puebla villages in the sierras, or surfing packages to the beaches and swells on the Gulf of Cadiz.
Best ways to get around SevilleSeville has plenty of transport options open to the luxury traveler. Chauffeured cars can be hired for travel in and around the city from any number of local companies, while Seville taxis are abundant, and the UberX service currently operates across the regional capital. The local airstrip has private jet charter services, while car hire for bespoke vehicles can be organized from the airport, from the town center, and most hotel desks.
Seville travel guides
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