Mercer Hotel Sevilla
Housed in a 19th-century palace in the heart of Seville’s historic quarter, the Mercer Hotel Sevilla is an elegant boutique property offering premium comfort in an enviable location. The hotel sits on a quiet street within easy walking distance of several of the city’s major sights.
A palatial entrance and glass-roofed central atrium of marble open onto a winding marble staircase that leads up to the 12 rooms. Simple in design, the rooms offer the highest quality from the furnishings and linens to the bath products. A highlight of the hotel is the roof terrace with its minimal white lines, solarium and pool, and views over the surrounding rooftops of the city.
Downstairs, the intimate, low-lit FIZZ Bar serves cocktails in a subtly elegant setting and is popular with guests and locals alike. The hotel’s main restaurant, the Restaurante María Luisa, serves an à la carte breakfast, as well as lunch and dinner featuring traditional recipes and local ingredients.
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Every aspect of the rooms is of the highest quality and designed for comfort. Plush white linens cover the oak beds, and the amenities include a TV, air conditioning, tea- and coffee-making facilities and free Wi-Fi. You can help yourself to non-alcoholic drinks from the minibar. The en-suite bathrooms are just as high quality, with designer toiletries, bathrobes, slippers and relaxing rainfall showers.
Surrounded by some of the best restaurants and tapas bars in the city, the hotel is in an excellent location for all that Seville has to offer. You can walk to both the cathedral and the Real Alcázar (royal palace) in less than ten minutes. The Parque de María Luisa, where you can visit the Plaza de España, site of the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition, is less than a 20-minute walk away.
Food and Drink
The hotel’s main restaurant, the Restaurante María Luisa, serves an à la carte breakfast, as well as lunch and dinner. The menu of traditional dishes cooked with modern flair revolves around local ingredients. The stylish, low-lit FIZZ Bar lies off the lobby and serves signature cocktails. And, you can head to the roof terrace to enjoy a drink or light snack while taking in views over Seville.
Facilities and Activities
The roof terrace has a small solarium and rooftop pool.
We love the intimate atmosphere and incredible attention to detail at the Hotel Sevilla. The beds here are particularly comfortable.
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Alternative places to stay nearby
Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favorite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
Corral del Rey is an elegant, centrally located boutique hotel within easy walking distance of the main sights of historic Seville. With just 17 rooms, the hotel’s attention to detail and levels of service are very high.
Opened in 1929 to accommodate visitors to the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition, the grand Hotel Alfonso XIII is a landmark in its own right. Well located, and featuring elaborate neo-Moorish decor, the hotel is just minutes from some of Seville’s best sights.
Hotel Las Casas de la Judería offers a characterful, historic stay in the heart of Seville’s former Jewish quarter. While quiet, the hotel is mere minutes away on foot from the best sights and sounds of Seville.
Set in the refined elegance of an 18th-century palace, with original marble arches and tranquil courtyards, the Palacio Villapanés provides a sumptuous stay with easy access to the heart of historic Seville.
Ideally located for exploring Seville, Vincci La Rábida also offers a comfortable stay. It’s just minutes from the cathedral, which you can see from the hotel’s panoramic roof terrace.
Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
Led by an expert local guide, you’ll walk around Seville, one of Spain’s most endearing cities, visiting its highlights. You’ll take in the fortress-palace of the Alcázar, the Gothic cathedral and the narrow, winding streets of Santa Cruz, the city’s former Jewish quarter.
On a private evening tour of Seville, you can explore the heart of Sevillian culture and heritage by taking in a flamenco performance and a guided tour of the city’s best tapas bars. You’ll taste typical dishes and learn about their origins, en route.