Hotel sevilla center
- Where to stay in Seville?
- Why choose Basic Hotel Sevilla Catedral?
- How far is Sevilla center from Plaza de Espana?
- Why choose Hotel Meliá Sevilla in Seville?
- What is the Plaza de España in Seville?
- Where is Plaza de España in Madrid?
- Why is it called Plaza de España?
- What makes Seville plaza so special?
- Why stay at Melia Sevilla?
- Where to stay in Sevilla?
- How to contact Melia Sevilla segment city?
Where to stay in Seville?
Hotel Sevilla Center is a 15-minute walk from Seville’s historic quarter, next to the Buhaira Gardens. It features a seasonal swimming pool on the third floor, a restaurant with panoramic views and free Wi-Fi. Rooms at the Sevilla Center are spacious and have traditional décor.
Why choose Basic Hotel Sevilla Catedral?
Set in a reformed 18th century building, Basic Hotel Sevilla Catedral is located 328 feet from Seville Cathedral and Giralda. Great location, friendly staff. Small, but comfortable hotel and rooms with amazing roof terrace...
How far is Sevilla center from Plaza de Espana?
The 4-star Hotel Sevilla Center is situated 1.4 km from Plaza de Espana. This venue has a seasonal outdoor pool as well as a restaurant, a Jacuzzi and an indoor swimming pool. The accommodation is set in Nervión district, 400 metres from San Bernardo underground station.
Why choose Hotel Meliá Sevilla in Seville?
Located next to Plaza España in central Seville, Hotel Meliá Sevilla features impressive avant-garde design. It offers a seasonal outdoor pool and plasma TV. Very close to main attractions.
What is the Plaza de España in Seville?
The Plaza de España is a spectacle of light and majesty. Framed in the María Luisa Park, this plaza was designed by the great Seville architect Aníbal González as an emblematic space for the 1929 Ibero-American Expo. The result was a plaza-palace unique in the world.
Where is Plaza de España in Madrid?
The Plaza de España was the centerpiece and crown jewel of the entire Ibero-American Exhibition. It’s located in the corner of the Maria Luisa park while the rest of the pavilions are found scattered through the park and along the river.
Why is it called Plaza de España?
As its name (“Spain Square”) implies, Plaza de España was designed to be representative of the entire country. Surrounding the interior rim of the plaza are 48 colorful alcoves with benches, each representing a different province of Spain.
What makes Seville plaza so special?
The four beautiful bridges that cross the canal represent the ancient kingdoms of Spain. Two tall towers stand at the ends of the Plaza, providing the area with perfect balance. These towers can be seen from all over Seville. The porticoed gallery that separates the open space of the Plaza with respect to the buildings longs to be explored.