"Seville, the Andalusian home of flamenco and tapas, scorches by day and dazzles at night" according to The Daily Telegraph. Stay at Hotel Alfonso XIII -- a 5-star, neo-Moorish mansion, commissioned by its namesake king -- and save up to 47% on the usual rates with this deal. For £162 (189€) per night, you get:
Red magazine says that "since it first threw its doors open back in 1929, Hotel Alfonso XIII has always been the grandest hotel in Seville", and that for a special stay "there's nowhere in Seville, or even the south of Spain, that comes close". The hotel earns praise specifically for its "palatial public spaces like the beautiful tile-lined patio and the sweeping staircase, and the palm-filled gardens". Bed-and-breakfast stays regularly cost up to £276 per night.
The hotel's location in the heart of Seville's compact historic centre makes it an ideal base for exploration. It is close to the banks of the Guadalquivir River and a 5-minute walk from Seville's UNESCO World Heritage-listed cathedral. Guest rooms are elegantly decorated with a mixture of antique furniture and contemporary amenities and there's a swimming pool in the gardens.
Valid for stays from 16 June-15 September. Additional nights are available for the same price, but cocktails are only included once per stay.
The hotel is around 20-25 minutes by taxi from the airport and around 10 minutes from Santa Justa train station.