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Nearby emblematic points of interest

We are located in the heart of the old town

Visitors who wish to discover the charms of the Andalusian capital will find our hotel to be the perfect starting point for their tourist route.

Seville Cathedral

Also known as the Cathedral of Santa María de la Sede de Sevilla, this Gothic-style wonder is the third largest Christian temple in the world behind St. Peter’s in Rome and St. Paul’s in London.

900 yards

Distance from the hotel

A bit of history…

Recently, in 2010, it was declared a site of Outstanding Universal value by UNESCO, who in 1987 awarded it the title of World Heritage Site alongside the General Archives of the Indies and the Real Alcázar. It has a very famous bell tower, La Giralda, which stands tall at 341 feet, from where you can enjoy a fantastic view of the city. This is undoubtedly an essential place to visit in Seville.

Real Alcázar

The Real Alcázar is the beautiful complex of palace buildings that is located in the old town of Seville surrounded by walls.

0.59 miles

Distance from the hotel

A bit of history…

Despite its construction taking place in the early Middle Ages, this complex gathers elements of all the architectonic styles that existed from the 10th to the 18th century, achieving a stunning mixture of Islamic and Christian art. Its gardens, patios, magnificent ponds and tapestry collection are just a few of its most important and beautiful features. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1987.

Triana district

Located on the banks of the Guadalquivir river, the Triana district communicates with the city centre thanks to the Isabel II Bridge (known as the Triana Bridge), a modern steel construction that was declared a National Historical Monument in 1976.

437 yards

Distance from the hotel

A bit of history…

They say that this district is the home of the authentic essence of Seville. Some of its most important landmarks are the Castle of San Jorge, the church of Santa Ana, the Cava and the statue of Juan Belmonte among many others.

Santa Cruz district

Santa Cruz is one of the most popular districts in Seville, receiving its name from the homonymous old parish, a Mudejar-style church that was demolished during the French occupation of the city, on top of which Plaza de Santa Cruz was built. The district is made up by narrow and winding streets, like the old Jewish quarters, home to many stately homes, family palaces and stunning patios with flowers.

900 yards

Distance from the hotel

Macarena Basilica

Also called Basílica Menor de María Santísima de la Esperanza Macarena Coronada, it is located on Calle Bécquer, in the heart of the Macarena district.

1.3 miles

Distance from the hotel

A bit of history…

Construction for this neo-Baroque and Colourist basilica began in 1941 and took 8 years, becoming the home of the Brotherhood of Nuestro Padre de Jesús de la Sentencia and of María Santísima de la Esperanza Macarena. The Basilica Museum was inaugurated in 2009, a place where visitors can find out about the Holy Week in Seville thanks to the processional and liturgical elements gathered by the brotherhood.

General Archive of the Indies

Designed by Juan de Herrera and located next to the Real Alcázar and the Cathedral, the General Archive of the Indies was created in 1875 to house all the documents related to Spanish colonies. Inside, you can find maps, drawings and texts related to the old colonies. Just like the Cathedral and the Real Alcázar, it is a World Heritage Site.

850 yards

Distance from the hotel

Gastronomy and audio guide

Discover Seville and its gastronomy easily and comfortably with the 2 free Hotel Bécquer apps.

Tapas Route App

Enjoy traditional cuisine in Seville and discover the best tapas routes.

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Audio guide App

Access the history of Seville’s most emblematic monuments with our audio guide.

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