Where to Stay in Seville: Best Areas & Hotels

Seville’s charming Juderia neighborhood, also known as Barrio Santa Cruz, sits adjacent to the UNESCO World Heritage sites that include the cathedral and Alcazar. Grand old houses have been turned into boutique hotels, which are convenient for sightseeing, and many have rooftop terraces that look out over the historic city.

Where to Stay for Luxury

Every inch of the Hotel Alfonso XIII is glamorous, from the stately exterior to the grand staircases and arched doorways. The interior walls are decorated with detailed tile work, including the spacious central courtyard.

Where to Stay for the Best Value

The beautiful courtyard at El Rey Moro Hotel Boutique Sevilla is adorned with torrents of plants from the inward-facing balconies. This is a luxury hotel in every way but the price, with rooms that are fun and bright and each uniquely decorated.

Where to Stay on a Budget

The Hotel Zaida truly is a hidden gem, where budget rates do not require compromising on the important things. It is centrally located in a historic neighborhood, with plenty of restaurants and shopping close by, just a few blocks from the Seville Museum of Fine Arts and only a 10-minute walk to the cathedral and Alcazar.

Where to Stay for Romance

Couples will fall in love with the old-world atmosphere at El Rey Moro Hotel Boutique Sevilla, a classic Seville mansion with layers of rooms opening out onto a central courtyard. The hotel entrance is nestled on a narrow street of the Barrio Santa Cruz next to the cathedral, which can be admired from the rooftop Jacuzzi.