Heated swimming pool
Barceló Convention Centre: 25 large rooms for meetings and events
Seville is one of the most important cities in Spain due to its Feria (Traditional spring Fair which runs for 6 days) and iconic monuments such as La Giralda (the bell tower of Seville’s Cathedral) and the Torre del Oro (a moorish watch tower). A city which unites its glorious past with contemporary new buildings; a great climate that allows you to enjoy days spent strolling through the streets brimming with history, as well as its fantastic range of cultural activities and cuisine which will make you feel like a true Sevillian.
Much is known about Folklore in Seville and little wonder. The Andalusian capital is a city rich in history and culture with green spaces and contemporary ideas. It’s not just about Seville’s bullfighting, the love of sevillanas (a traditional dance), las calesas (traditional horse drawn carts) on the banks of the river Guadalquivir, or the polka dot fans. It is also the setting for prestigious film festivals and concerts held in unique locations, no secret to guests at Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Seville.
This city is the home to buildings of great historic standing like the Plaza de España with its thousands of traditional ceramic tiles, the Royal Tobacco Factory, the General Archive of the Indies and the Palacio de San Telmo, amongst numerous other exhibits that show off the legacy of a city where art and culture are in abundance.
Another of Seville’s great charms meet on the shores of its river: its people. Take a long stroll along the river, past the barges and monuments and stop for an aperitif in one of the taverns with great views. In this unique setting, Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Seville is the best choice for you to discover the city in your own way, with innovative ideas and a superb location.
Seville is city that you will just keep on coming back to, just like the whole of Andalusia. To discover the south at its most authentic, visit any of the hotels in Andalusia from Barceló Hotel Group.