Alfonso XIII Hotel, Seville, Spain


seville ext with trees

 

seville ext

 

 

seville entrance hall

 

seville reception

 

seville bar

 

seville pool

 

seville conserv

seville bedroom

 

seville RESTAU

 

With breathtaking architecture and design, the Alfonso XIII Hotel in Seville, Spain is one of the most stunning hotels I’ve seen in my Hoopla Hotels virtual journey. It’s just a shame I haven’t actually been there! The last picture is of the Restaurant San Fernando which is situated in the inner courtyard of the hotel. What an oasis of cool and tranquil calm…

The Alfonso is also a member of the Starwood Preferred Guest scheme where you can collect points towards free hotel stays.

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  1. Loved your pictures! Thank you for passing by and following my site. Do let me know if you should need any info in regards to traveling in Bosnia. Will try my best to provide. Many regards and best wishes.

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