9 Seville hotels that Families fondly recall

Hotel Casa 1800 is located in Santa Cruz, the medieval barrio, known for its narrow winding streets and tapas restaurants. The hotel has rooftop terrace that offers nice views of the cathedral. Two of the guest suites actually have their own private section of the terrace. There is also a small pool on the roof as well. More Details>
Located on a quiet street in the Santa Cruz district, this hotel offers some relaxation for those who would rather avoid the noise of the tourist area. Even though it is situated in a residential area, Hospes Las Casa del Rey de Baeza is still only a short walk away from Seville’s sights, including La Giralda and Alcazar Palace. More Details>
Located on the outskirts of the Nervion district, Palacio de Villapanes is a little bit off the beaten path. However, it’s still within walking distance of the major sights like the Alcazar Palace and the Seville Cathedral. It will take you about 15 minutes to walk to the main sights, but the tradeoff is that the hotel is in a quieter area. More Details>
When walking in through the entrance to Hotel Las Casas De Los Mercaderes you’ll feel like you’ve just stepped into a riad in Marrakech. This colorful hotel features a pleasant garden, a pool, a lovely courtyard where breakfast is served in the mornings, and a tapas bars. Be aware, however, that breakfast is an additional cost. More Details>
Los Seises is located in the heart of old town Seville. This palace turned boutique hotel was once the residence of an archbishop in the 16th century. The hotel lobby and bars are a bit of a contrast with the history of the place, what with its Art Deco decor featuring tall windows in dark metal frames. More Details>
Located in the heart of Barrio Santa Cruz, Un Patio en Santa Cruz has a very descriptive name. The hotel is a traditional house of Seville centered around a flower-filled patio. All of the major tourist sights like the cathedral and Alcazar are less than a ten minute walk away. Numerous restaurants, shops, and parks are just a short walk away as well. More Details>
Las Casa de la Juderia is unique in that it is actually a made up of 27 houses rather than one large building, so while it is a boutique hotel it’s anything but small. Several of the houses were built during the 15th century. The houses are connected through patios, fountains, terraces, and even underground tunnels. More Details>
While not quite located in the city, Hotel Holos is still just a short distance from all the major tourist attractions. The hotel is situated in a more upscale residential area near the Real Betis stadium and the university. The villa was originally built for the 1929 Expo and features a slatted metal roof. More Details>
Villa De La Palmera Hotel was originally constructed in 1929 for the Ibero-American Exhibition. Located quite a bit away from the city center near the Parque de Maria, the major sights are still within about a 30 minute walk. The hotel now resembles a grand English house in the country. The public areas are decorated with antiques and art. More Details>

Map : Family Friendly Hotels

Address Details

1 : Hotel Casa 1800
Calle Rodrigo Caro, 6, 41004, Seville

2 : Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza hotel
Plaza Jesús de la Redención, 2, 41003, Seville

3 : Hotel Las Casas De Los Mercaderes
Calle Álvarez Quintero, 9-13, 41004, Seville

4 : Los Seises by Fontecruz
Calle Segovias, 6, 41004 Sevillia,, Seville

5 : Un Patio en Santa Cruz
Calle Doncellas, 15, 41004, Seville

6 : Hotel Holos
Calle Uruguay, 8, 41012, Seville

7 : Villa De La Palmera Hotel
Paseo de la Palmera, 57, 41013, Seville