The hotel boasts a privileged location opposite the Parque de Maria Luisa and Plaza España and is close to the University (Old Tobacco Factory), the Alcazar, the Barrio de Santa Cruz district and the Cathedral.
Accommodation has been reserved for conference delegates at the following preferential rates:
€190.00 - based on single occupancy (per room, per night)
€210.00 - based on double occupancy (per room, per night)
Guestroom rates are inclusive of VAT and include breakfast.
Book early – Limited availability at this special rate!
The reservation cut-off date is 10 April 2024. After this date, any bookings received will be confirmed upon hotel availability.
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Normal rate at the official taxi stand: €22.20 - Monday to Friday, 07:00 to 21:00.
€24.75 - Monday to Friday, 21:00 to 07:00.
Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, 24 hours a day.
Special airport bus (EA)
Single ticket: €4
Round-trip ticket: €6
Airport-Plaza de Armas / Plaza de Armas - Airport
Currently, you can reach Santa Justa Station on high-speed lines from Cordoba, Madrid, Zaragoza and Barcelona on the southwest-northeast line of the AVE and from Malaga on the AVANT trains. And thanks to high-speed connections with Europe, today a person could travel, for example, from London to Seville along high-speed rails the whole way. The location of the terminal is a15-minute walk from the city centre.
With great local wine, fantastic traditional tapas, and a wealth of artistic and cultural activities to enjoy, it's no wonder Seville has been chosen as the best city destination to visit in 2018 by Lonely Planet.
Internationally renowned for its famous festivals and as the birthplace of flamenco dancing, Seville is the artistic, historic and cultural capital of the south of Spain and political capital of Andalusia. Seville possesses one of the largest historic quarters in Europe, where visitors can admire three landmarks declared heritage sites: Cathedral, Archive of the Indies (housing the archives of the discovery of America), Royal Alcázar Palace.
Take time during your stay to explore the historical and cultural treasures the city has to offer and to sample the excellent restaurants. You can find out more about what to see and do in Seville on the Seville Tourism(opens in new tab/window) website. Below is a taste of what to expect.
UNESCO world heritage sites
Together the Cathedral, Alcázar and the Archivo de Indias form a remarkable monumental complex in the heart of Seville. The cathedral and the Alcázar – dating from the Reconquest of 1248 to the 16th century and imbued with Moorish influences – are an exceptional testimony to the civilization of the Almohads as well as that of Christian Andalusia.
The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See with its five naves is one of the largest and most impressive churches in the world and the largest Gothic building in Europe. It houses the tomb of Christopher Columbus. Built in the 15th century at the site of a 12th century mosque, inside the cathedral is a spectacular golden altarpiece, the Retablo Mayor.
The Royal Palace of Seville is a magnificent complex of patios and halls in different architectural styles, from Mudéjar to Gothic. The heart of the complex is the Palace of King Pedro I, who constructed his royal residence in 1364 at the site of a Moorish palace.
The Plaza de España is a majestic architectural complex built as the central office for the Ibero-American Exposition, a world fair held in Seville in 1929. It is located in the Maria Luisa Park, just south of Seville's historic centre.