Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Hotel Alfonso XIII - Seville, Spain


One of the city’s iconic Mudejar monuments, the legendary Hotel Alfonso XIII Seville is the work of local architect Jose Espinau Munoz, who, at the command of King Alfonso XIII of Spain, intended to build the grandest hotel in Europe, one designed to host the 1928 Ibero-American Exposition’s most prestigious guests. Now beautifully renovated, the property offers modern comforts and luxurious accommodation in three types of suites: enchanting Andaluz Rooms with stunning Seville views, lavishly decorated Moorish Rooms and elegant Castillian Rooms appointed with sophisticated Spanish decors and inspiring Baroque details. Moreover, the hotel boasts a stunning courtyard restaurant and a glamorous American bar.

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  2. what am nighmare hotel is this
    stayed here for 2 nights at a deluxe suit for a 1000 dollar a night-the noise was unparalel I"ve ever encountered in any 5 * hotel constant banging from the inside above the floors and the corridors not to mention the housekeeping staff who cleaned like a wrecking ball the adjacent rooms
    the flimsy french doors have no soundproofing so the drunken hoons were yelling on the streets at 2 in the morning I even heard them with earplugs in my ears
    the food was crap had a menu called spring menu was sick for a day after eating their deepfried monkfish withe a buttery pasta and the dessert an orio cookie crumbled up and poured down in some milky sause-disgusting!
    cheap toilet papers no free wi-fi in the rooms and the list just goes on-do yourself a big favour and avoid this nightmare