Antiques, Royal Suites and Grand Dining Under the Stars

5* Hotel Alfonso XIII, said to be the most luxurious hotel in Europe when it was commissioned in 1928, is located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River in the heart of salubrious Seville. For style luxury and grandeur visit no other.

The Alfonso XIII is still one of Spain’s most prestigious properties oozing that grace and charm of the Moorish heritage, gracefully situated in the historical quarter just minutes form the Cathedral, Plaza de Espana, Reales Alcazares and the famous Santa Cruz quarter.

Spoil yourself in one of the 55 Double Deluxe Rooms, 54 Double Grand Deluxe Rooms, 19 Single Rooms all with patio views, 14 Junior Suites, 4 Executive Suites or go for tops with the Royal Suite fillled with antiques some of them original from its opening in 1928.

Butler service along with 200 sq metres of lounging space should ensure you feel like Royalty. Dine in the Hotel’s San Fernando Restaurant serving Andalucian, Mediterranean and International cuisine in the central hotel patio with Moorish courtyard and tinkling fountain and glazed gallery.
If a dinner guest is lacking then put my name on your list – preferably at the top!


Posted by Rachel Webb on July 01, 2008 in Travel

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