Since its inauguration in 1928, the Alfonso XIII Hotel has been a place of reference for Sevillians and elite travellers from all over the world. Built at the behest of King Alfonso XIII to host the guests invited to the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, the hotel has been a favourite accommodation for royalty, heads of state and guests seduced by its historical aura and charm for over 85 years.
Today, its Mudejar-style architecture, characterised by large arches, exposed brick, wrought iron, ornamental towers and ceramic finials, continues to seduce guests and Sevillians alike and further consolidates its status as a symbol of the city. Welcome to the Alfonso XIII Hotel in Seville.
Rediscover the rooms and suites of the Alfonso XIII Hotel, decorated in elegant Moorish, Castilian and Andalusian styles, furnished with the utmost luxury and comfort and equipped with all the comforts of a majestic hotel conceived to become an icon of Seville.