SEVILLE is the capital of the Andalusia region in southern Spain.
The city of immense historical and artistic heritage, is an essential destination in Spain. The flamenco culture, gastronomy, traditional festivals and pleasant climate contribute also to its reputation.
Seville with a thousand and one orange trees
It is the city with the largest number of orange trees. These trees occupy all urban places, gardens, terraces… From the blossoming of the orange, the city will keep for more than a month in spring time a kind of orange blossom fragrance, which gives a special particulity to the city.
The Giralda, the Cathedral and the Alcazar palace complex, a set of perfectly preserved thousand-year-old monuments have been listed as World Heritage by UNESCO.
A style of these 3 major monuments always impresses all visitors like the other buildings in Seville.
Alfonso XIII Palace
magnificent building built in the Neo-Mudéjar style in the 1920s, named in honor of the sovereign Alfonso XIII of Spain is today a luxury hotel and reference on the list of the best hotels in the world.
Located in the historic center of Seville it has seen throughout its Centenary history parading royalties, presidents, diplomats. wealthy people , celebrities etc.
With its Neo-Mudéjar architecture, the hotel’s ultra-refined decor reveals a real taste for luxury and extraordinary aesthetics. In accordance with its category, Hotel Alfonso XIII offers its customers all the services of greatest luxury. The hotel also serves as a conference and reception venue: gala dinner, cocktails, banquets, etc.
Finally Alfonso XIII is reputed to be an unmissable meeting place of high society during the Féria de Abril /Feria de Sevilla/ popular festival which takes place every year in Seville in April.
ALFONSO XIII, A LUXURY COLLECTION HOTEL SEVILLE