An ancient city of Moorish arches, winding medieval streets, and sultry flamenco music, this Andalusian capital wears its complex cultural history on its sleeve. Museums and monuments tell of long-gone kingdoms, festivals recall bygone eras, while trendy tapas bars and art galleries look to the future.
Cheer on runners or join them in their quest to complete Spain’s most scenic marathon, which winds its way through the picturesque city and surrounding countryside.
Holy Week is the most important festival across Spain, and Seville’s version is among the most impressive in the country, with religious processions, performances, and more throughout the city.
One of Seville’s most important festivals, this celebration started as a 19th-century cattle fair and has evolved into a week of traditional festivities, including bullfights, parades, and more.
Every summer, the gates of the magnificent Real Alcázar open to the public for a handful of evenings for a series of musical performances in its lush, evocative gardens.
This popular cultural series put on by the University of Seville each summer offers a range of outdoor film screenings, musical and theater performances, art exhibitions, and more.
Channel your inner Hemingway at one of Spain’s last remaining major bullfighting events, held in one of the country’s most iconic bullrings.
Discover the best of contemporary European cinema at this acclaimed film festival that highlights new works and filmmakers from across the continent.
Between its airy Mudejar Patio, elegant Moorish style, and carefully curated menu of traditional Andalusian cuisine, the hotel’s acclaimed flagship restaurant is considered one of the city’s best.
Our Michelin-starred chef, Carles Abellan, seamlessly blends Catalonian and Andalusian gastronomic styles at this exquisite and convivial terrace restaurant.
This glamorous, Art Deco-styled cocktail bar forms the lively heart of our hotel. Order a drink at the long bar or settle into a corner and order tapas.
Enjoy a casual lunch, alfresco dining, or sweet snacks while lounging by the pool, admiring the surrounding lush hotel gardens, or listening in on power-lunchers.
Since its opening in 1929 for the Ibero-American Exhibition, the hotel has been both a renowned Spanish landmark and an emblem of Iberian style, inspired by Arabic, Andalusian, and Castilian architecture.
Sip vermouth and vino tinto, nibble on traditional tapas and contemporary creations, and mingle with hip locals at Ena, our acclaimed restaurant from Michelin-starred chef Carles Abellan.
Hidden amidst the hotel’s lush gardens, our palm tree-fringed swimming pool is the perfect place for a cooling dip after a day in the Andalusian sun.