This stunning 5 star Sevilla hotel features throughout architecture that clearly bears the stamp of Moorish influence which is so much part of the make-up of Seville.
The hotel was commissioned by the king of Spain in 1928 to be Europe’s most luxurious hotel. It embodies the tradition, hospitality, aesthetic genius, and harmony of life that characterizes Seville. Royal families, heads of state and innumerable personalities from all over the world have stayed here.
The hotel is very conveniently located in the historical centre of Seville, near the banks of the Guadalquivir River next to the famous Santa Cruz quarter and only minutes away from the Cathedral, the Plaza de España, and the Reales Alcazares. Although it oozes old world charm, guests will find that every type of modern amenity and service is available to ensure a comfortable stay.
The hotel features just 147 rooms, all tastefully decorated in Moorish, Castillian or Classic Baroque style. In addition to their standard rooms, the hotel makes available a limited number of Junior Suites (14), Executive Suites (4) and a Royal Suite (1).
Regional, national as well as international culinary delights are served in the hotel´s San Fernando restaurant. Guests can also enjoy Japanese cuisine at the Kaede restaurant which is located in the hotel’s splendid gardens. Breakfast is served buffet-style and is both varied and ample.
Other facilities include a beautiful typical Sevillian inner courtyard with fountain, lush gardens, the San Fernando Bar, an outdoor swimming pool with poolside snack-bar (open in summer months only), safety deposit boxes at the reception desk, 24 hour room service, laundry service, nursery (on request), business centre, shopping gallery and hair dresser.
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Seville (Sevilla) is the capital of Andalusia and has a chequered history having been ruled by the Romans, the Visigoths and the Moors before it was finally reclaimed by the Christians in the 13th century.
The city´s character reflects this particularly in the architecture of Moorish, Mudejar, Renaissance and Baroque style which can be seen. Sevilla is a compact maze of narrow streets with a fascinating choice of places to visit. The medieval Jewish quarter and the Barrio Santa Cruz are fascinating by day or night with flower-lined streets, houses adorned with exquisite wrought iron and seemingly endless restaurants and taverns where the music of flamenco floats in the air.
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