The Palacio Villapanés Hotel stands few steps from the historic district of Santa Cruz. It is really a jewel that shines in all its glory, evoking even today, the Moorish style as important in its history. Built in the early eighteenth century by D.Manuel Lopez Pintado, the first Marquis of Torreblanca del Aljarafe and recently restored for a new level of art, design and decoration in order to discover, know and live the other Seville This beautiful hotel is located on the Santiago’s street with magnificent views of the Cathedral and the Giralda.
Amazing hotel - a little walk from the centre but well positioned.Comment of J. Robert , United Kingdom the 2014-02-04
"Oasis of calm in a lovely busy city"
We stayed for 4 nights in this lovely and very pretty hotel. From the moment we arrived we received excellent and friendly service from all the staff. A nice touch is the welcome Cava in the room. Nothing was too much trouble. It's a quirky hotel with a lovely central courtyard entrance, a calm outside terrace leading from the bar area as well as a roof top terrace (small plunge pool however and not open when we were there in March). It is spotlessly clean and I think they employ bedroom angels, as every time we went back to our room, no matter what time of day, it had been cleaned, towels replaced and the complimentary non-alcoholic mini bar replenished. It is located a short walk from the main sites - but take a map, we got lost a few times! I would recommend this hotel without hesitation.
"Blissful, beautiful and brilliant"
A simply wonderful hotel. A beautiful building, with a superb entrance and inner courtyard and a further lovely outdoor courtyard and garden area. Situated in a lovely quiet spot and yet just a couple of minutes walk from the centre of the old town. Two minutes walk in the other direction is a busy area including a great restaurant but the hotel is not impacted by any noise at all. The staff are amazingly friendly and helpful and the rooms a delight. We will be back for sure!
Just returned from week's trip in Andalucia and spent four nights in Seville staying at the Palacio de Villapanes. Quite simply, one of the best hotels we've stayed in! It's an old large family home that has been converted into a hotel, so it's big and spacious perhaps a little quirky in that there are some passageways which lead to quiet secluded areas of the building. We had a lovely quiet room on the third floor with a terrace (although it was shared with another room opposite us). At the top of the hotel is another terrace with a plunge pool, which in the summer I'd imagine could be great although perhaps a little hot! The staff were friendly and attentive, always ready to help and advise, and the hotel was clean and quiet. We ate once in the restaurant and the food was excellent. My wife and I are good walkers so we were always happy to walk into the centre of Seville but it is a 15 to 20 minute walk, so less able visitors might find this an issue. If driving, I would say the hotel is not easy to find as it's down a narrow quiet street and there are no signs outside it to indicate its presence.
"Excellent hotel ! "
We have been there for 2 pleasure nights! Almost everything was wonderful! Rooms very big and spacious. Staff very friendly. Excellent shower. Nice building. We didn't like very much the pillows, which were too soft. Amenities should be better... Location difficult to find. Better get a taxi in this area. Even though, we would return and highly recomend it!
"Horrible location and mediocre hotel"
This hotel seemed to be perfect but after our stay I really don't recommend it. One a family home, it has been turned into a beautiful hotel. However, be prepared to be far from the center of town and in a horrible neighborhood. You will need a god to zig zag your way into town. The rooms are nice but we had one facing the Orange tree patio so we basically cohabited with the guests who were sitting outside our window. For breakfast, instead of setting up a nice breakfast in an airy room, you have to go to the basement and sit underground in a horrible white tiled room Besides this, the service was adequate but nothing beyond the basics. The bar, off to the side and I inviting, is badly serviced and too expensive. When you leave or come back, nobody offers a bottle of water. If you have a car parked, make sure to request it with plenty of time and you will have to sit and wait in an unwelcoming lobby We will definitely not come back here. There are far. Over places in the center of town
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Maestro - Diners Club
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM