SevilleIf you want to get a real feel for a proud Andalucian city, visit Seville during the Feria de Abril (April fair) where women in their flamenco finery, handsome horse-drawn carriages, around 1,000 casetas (bright tents) offering sevillianas (the local form of flamenco dancing) and manzillas (dry sherry) are free flowing. A proud regional capital, Seville has the best festivals, tapas, and bar scene, as well as the most stylish locals—at any time of year. The hotel Seville scene has plenty of options for the dark hours, most popular being live flamenco dance venues. Seville may also be the most ornately decorated city in Spain—studded with Baroque, Moorish, Gothic, Renaissance, and Roman art and architecture. Do sample the North African influenced local cuisine in any Seville hotels, you won’t be disappointed. Below find a list of our selection of boutique and luxury properties in Seville.
The Seville sunshine is a very much a part of the design at Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza, perfectly complementing the guestrooms’ warm, textured look, in the form of dark wood, earth-tone tiles, and stately columns.