Cast your eyes around the sumptuous lobby and you’ll soon understand why. The Hotel Alfonso XIII was built in 1928, in an era known for its elegance, style and sophisticated design. And the architecture does not disappoint.
Created in the Mudéjar style, the hotel is a symphony of sweeping arches that soar above geometric patterned floors. A forest of columns feature highly decorative brickwork. There are ceramic finials and intricate, ornamental towers to delight the eye. Plus murals that wouldn’t disgrace a Renaissance church and wrought ironwork that draws on Art Deco for its inspiration.
The levels of comfort and meticulous service match the visual majesty of the Alfonso –the past 85 years have given the hotel its own confidence; and a jaunty, chic ambiance.
Hotel Alfonso XIII, at a glance
- Ultimately stylish hotel in Seville city centre
- Wide choice of 151 deluxe guest rooms and suites in nine different styles
- The guest rooms all feature Seville or Andalusian-inspired décor and luxurious en suites
- Many overlook the Sevillian patio and marble fountain
- The suites are very spacious with Castillian or Andalusian-style décor, separate living areas and sumptuous en suites
- Most have exceptional views over the historic city
- Three different restaurants and American Bar
For leisure and pleasure
- Excellent swimming pool
- Central settings give superb access to the cathedral and Giralda, Los Reales Alcazares palace, the Fine Arts Museum, España and América Plazas, Tower of Gold, the old Jewish town and countless fine Moorish buildings