Alfonso XIII in Sevilla,
named after the king who commissioned it in 1928, was designed
to be Europe's most luxurious hotel. Situated among the
arches and arabesques of the historic city center of Seville,
the Hotel Alfonso XIII is only minutes from the Reales Alcázares
and Plaza de España. It’s easy to see why it was named
to Condé Nast Traveler’s 2002 Gold List and is on
Condé Nast Traveler’s 2001 Readers’ Choice Awards
List. Exquisitely appointed function rooms encircle the
central courtyard and are ideal for meetings and parties.
The fully equipped business center offers translations and
secretarial support. Enjoy delectable regional specialties
at the Restaurante San Fernando. Built to house the heads
of state at the 1929 Great Ibero-American Exhibition, the
Hotel Alfonso XIII continues a tradition of luxury. Guest
rooms are fully equipped with all modern conveniences.