Sneak Peek: Hotel Alfonso XIII, Seville, Spain

  • Elianna Wasser

Hotel Alfonso XIII in Seville has reopened after an extensive restoration to its interiors. The hotel has 151 rooms and suites that still feature the original 1920s architecture, three restaurants, a bar, a pool, extensive gardens, and more. Located in the city center, the hotel is in walking distance of art museums, ancient ruins, and the bullfighting arena. The hotel also can arrange day trips to Granada and Algarve, Portugal. Rates start at $350 per night. (+34.954.917.000, www.theluxurycollection.com/alfonsoxiii)

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