Seville is situated in the south of Spain and Hotel Alfonso XIII in the heart of Seville. A 1929 landmark renovated in 2012, it symbolizes the city’s Moorish influences and provides access to the renowned Santa Cruz quarter and Guadalquivir River. The hotel’s innovative décor, from the lobby to the inner courtyard, continues to reflect Sevillian style. This ambience also pervades our outdoor swimming pool and gardens, which entice guests to relax and refresh under the warm Andalusian sun. Our 148 renovated guest rooms pay homage to different eras of Seville and Spain’s layered past, including Andalusian, Castilian, and Moorish styles. Modern lines frame traditional materials, instilling understated comfort in an opulent atmosphere.