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The Hotel Alfonso XXIII is an historic hotel filled with wonderful antiques and artifacts of a bygone era. It is richly decorated and luxurious throughout. Unlike other reviewers I did not find it tired, but rather felt that it spoke eloquently of a different epoch,...More
One of the most beautiful, historic and intricately decorated hotels I have ever stayed at! My wife and I were here celebrating our anniversary as part of a 2 week vacation across Spain, and from the moment we checked in, it seemed like we were...More
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Response from AlfonsoXIII_Seville, Director General at Hotel Alfonso XIII, A Luxury Collection Hotel, SevilleResponded 3 August 2018
Thank you for your stay at the Hotel Alfonso XIII. We are very pleased to read that you had a great time here, and we would love you to come back and enjoy Seville and the hotel again.
Thank you for taking the...More
I loved the way this hotel looked. Historic building with richly decorated interior. Everything speaks high class. Yet when you check in you realize that done things are just tired. Lobby furniture a little worn similar to my $1500 a night suite. Modern bathroom but...More
Response from AlfonsoXIII_Seville, Front Office Manager at Hotel Alfonso XIII, A Luxury Collection Hotel, SevilleResponded yesterday
Dear Mrs. Schindler,
First of all, we would like to thank you for having chosen our hotel during your recent stay in Seville. We would also like to thank you for taking the time to write and let us know your comments. It is only...More
This is the best hotel in Seville. Our taxi driver told us that on the way in, and he was right. Location, services, staff, food, rooms, were all excellent. Its expensive. But it's worth it. If you cannot afford the Alfonso XIII, at least walk...More
You could not ask for a better hotel or location in Sevilla. The Alfonso XIII is in a quiet location, and we'll insulated so that our first floor room looking out to a plaza was quiet at all times. The Alcazar and Cathedral are steps...More
Discover the recently renovated Hotel Alfonso XIII, Seville. Since its inauguration in 1928 the Hotel Alfonso XIII has been the preferred rendezvous for residents of Seville and elite travelers from around …Morethe world.From the moment you pass through the entrance of the Hotel Alfonso XIII a world of luxury is your's to explore. Discover the 151 rooms and suites at the newly renovated Hotel Alfonso XIII, Seville, totally equipped and furnished with luxury and comfort. The hotel guestrooms have been decorated with three different elegant styles: Andaluz, Moorish and Castilian rooms. Less
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Response from VaBeneSRQ | Reviewed this property |
Hi Henry, this is VaBeneSRQ with follow up regarding guides. Some one has already mentioned Clara--we used her and I highly recommend that you retain her. She has degree in art and studied art in China and is highly... More
Hi Henry, this is VaBeneSRQ with follow up regarding guides. Some one has already mentioned Clara--we used her and I highly recommend that you retain her. She has degree in art and studied art in China and is highly regarded. She also has special access at all the major sites! She is very knowledgable, easy and fun and will divert to meet your interests. She is listed under "Tours by Locals" and you can Google her and the website. We retained her through the hotel concierge and you may either go directly to her or have the Alfonso concierge book her. Also, you do need a guide if you want more depth and I highly recommend. You can certainly do a walk through without a guide. Regarding food--we ate at two restaurants: Petite Comite and Mama Bistro--both were excellent and within an easy walk of the hotel--see my TA reviews. We were somewhat limited in restaurants as we were there during Holy Week and some were closed, inaccessible due to processionals or did not take reservations that week. Enjoy and hope this helps!