Spanish Architecture

AND24 - Seville (Andalusia)

<span>View across Guadaquiver River to Triana</span>View across Guadaquiver River to Triana
<span>Typical street in Triana</span>Typical street in Triana
<span>Ceramic tiles in Triana</span>Ceramic tiles in Triana
<span>Ceramic workshop in Triana</span>Ceramic workshop in Triana
  • Location: Seville (Andalusia)
  • Classification: Central Hotel
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  • Capacity: 128 ensuite bedrooms
  • Distances: Malaga- 120 miles, Granada- 150 miles, Madrid- 319 miles.
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Located in the heart of the Triana district, next to Betis street and 10 minutes away from the Maestranza, this charming 4 star Seville hotel combines all the character and harmony that characterises the capital of Seville.

The atmospheric Triana district which is located across the Guadalquiver river and only a short 10 minute walk from the Barrio Santa Cruz, is home to artisans of all kinds. Many of Spain´s finest entertainers including flamenco artists have come from this district . Here too one finds ceramic tile workshops where the colourful Andalusian tiles are produced, some of the best examples adorn the hallways and patios of the homes in this area.

With 128 rooms, this Seville hotel has all the amenities, technical resources and services required to offer guests maximum comfort and quality. All rooms are sound-proofed, have full bathroom with hairdryer, air conditioning, iindividual heating, satellite TV, telephone, internet connection, safety-deposit box . All the amenities you would expect from a hotel of this standard. The hotel´s restaurant offers international cuisine while specialising in the best typical Andalusian dishes too.

Guest car parking available.

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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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