Hotel Alfonso XIII was our shining beacon during our stay in Seville. Recently renovated and centrally located, the 1929-built property made us feel right at home and inspired us to further explore Seville’s Moorish roots.

During our three-city tour of Spain, Seville held its own next to Barcelona and Madrid.

The fourth-largest city in Spain with the third largest old town in Europe, old-world charm is alive and well in Seville. It’s home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites – the Alcázar Palace, the Cathedral of Seville and the General Archive of the Indies.

If you love Moorish architecture, Seville and the Hotel Alfonso XIII are your place.