Spanish luxury infused with Moorish influences in the center of historic Seville.
Commissioned by the king of Spain in 1928 to be Europe's most luxurious hotel, Hotel Alfonso XIII has served royal families, heads of state and celebrities since its inception. Renowned for its intricate carvings, frescoes, crystal chandeliers and arches, this Moorish landmark is the height of luxury. Guest rooms are tastefully decorated in Castillian, Moorish or Baroque style, with rich fabrics found on everything from the upholstered chairs to the substantial window drapes. Standard amenities include LCD TVs, DVD players, rainforest showers and cordless phones. House restaurant, Ena, offers a menu that blends Catalonian and Andalusian cuisine. In addition, Restaurante San Fernando serves local and international fare, and Restaurante Taifas presents Lebanese dishes. Located near the banks of the Guadalquivir River, the property is close to attractions such as the Cathedral of Seville, the Plaza de España and the Reales Alcázares. The hotel is as well-suited for business travelers as it is for tourists, with a fully-equipped business center and a selection of meeting spaces.