This 5 star modern design hotel in Seville city centre is in the highest skyscraper in Andalusia, located in Cartuja Island. On the ground floor of this modern design hotel in Seville there is a shopping centre plenty of restaurants. The city centre is 15 minutes walk away, where you can visit the historic centre and main monuments of Seville. Plaza de Armas, the bus station, is 10 minutes walk away and Seville’s airport is 10km drive away.
The hotel is an icon of Andalusia’s new economic and cultural vitality, it has an impressive design with the typical Andalusian symbols. At the 34th floor it is located the innovative restaurant with a fusion cuisine. In addition, it has a rooftop bar at an altitude of 180 meters. They offer exclusive cocktails and, moreover, the views of the city skyline are breathtaking. The guests can enjoy the awesome spa with its different types of beauty and wellness treatments and also enjoy the panoramic views of Seville. Apart from this, the hotel has a private parking.
All rooms in this hotel are outdoors and have huge windows to enjoy the panoramic views of Seville. They are also equipped with the latest technology and with the best amenities to rest. This hotel provides accessible rooms with adapted bathrooms equipped with all the amenities.
What our guests most like about this hotel is its modern design and how spacious and comfortable are the rooms. Also, they are very grateful for the the professional and helpful staff of the hotel. The hotel’s surrounding area is fantastic to take a walk and its location is perfect to visit the city centre. However, they all agree that best part of this hotel are its breathtaking views of Seville.
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