Stylishly seductive hideaway in Seville‘s cobblestone heart
Tucked away in Seville's atmospheric old town, Corral del Rey is wrapped around a Moorish courtyard. This sleek 17th century palacio is now an intimate boutique hideaway with lashings of style.
- The perfect Sevillan urban hideaway.
- A cool casa showcasing Andalusian art.
- The roof terrace garden and plunge pool.
- Deliciously done out Deluxe suites.
Hit the spot
Tucked into the cobbled Barrio Alfalfa – Seville's old town.
There's a rooftop plunge pool for cooling off, and a ground floor bar/restaurant. Massage and beauty treatments can be arranged and chauffeur drive excursions booked.
Good to know
Rooms are compact but exquisitely done out.
ParkingThere is secure free guest parking (gated entrance).
PetsDogs are welcome by arrangement.
ChildrenWelcome. Children can stay free of charge in their parents’ suite.
LocationCalle Corral del Rey 12, Seville, Andalucia, 41004, Spain
12 rooms and a Penthouse suite
Rooms surround the atrium courtyard. Luxury comes as standard, with bespoke linens and lavish marble bathrooms with walk-in rainfall showers. Technics include flat screen TVs, surround sound, DVD players and iPod docks.
For sheer indulgence it has to be the Penthouse suite, with its private roof terrace and plunge pool.
Eat & Drink
Stripey banquettes, glass topped tables and modern artworks set the tone in Corral del Rey's smart ground floor restaurant. A distinctly modern Spanish menu mixes specialities of the region (confit of suckling pig and local beef tournedos) with more eclectic dishes such as wontons of duck confit with spicy tomato and chilli jam, red mullet with celeriac sabayon, crispy seaweed and vine tomatoes. Caramelised banana with passion fruit and maple syrup should round things off nicely.
Continental and buffet breakfast is served until 10:30am. Be sure to take it on the roof in warm weather.
Available all day.
See & Do
Don't miss Seville's Gothic glories: the spired and towered cathedral (just five minutes walk away) is home to the tomb of Christopher Columbus and priceless Goyas. Then there is the Alcazar palace, home to royal families since the ninth century, and the Real Fabrica de Tabacos – famous as the setting for Bizet's opera Carmen.
A walk through the winding alleys of Seville's old Jewish quarter – Barrio Santa Cruz – is unmissable, while leafy Maria Luisa park makes a nice spot for a late afternoon wander. Do make time for a foray into the Museo de Bellas Artes – a fabulous art collection in a former convent. There's also a bullfighting museum next to the bull ring.
You can book in-room massage treatments via Reception.