Hotel Sacristia de Santa Ana, Seville, Spain

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  • A classically styled hotel set in an immaculately restored 18th-century convent in the Alameda district, surrounded by popular restaurants and bars.

    Located in Seville’s trendy Alameda district, close to the city centre and high-street shops, this 18th-century former convent built on the site of a Roman temple has been meticulously transformed into a chic hotel, spread over three levels.

    Frescoed ceilings, Roman statues, oak beams, vaulted abóbada cloisters and the beautiful galleried courtyard stand testament to its auspicious history. Fresh and elegant, the 25 pale green bedrooms have pleasing details such as wooden shutters and painted or carved headboards.

    The hotel overlooks La Alameda de Hercules plaza, which is awash with cafes, restaurants and nightclubs popular with the bohemian set. It’s a great area to go out in and a perfect place to people watch; expect to see throngs of beautiful young Sevillanos, especially at weekends.

    By opting for this neighbourhood, you’ll get an instant taste of how the locals wind down and enjoy themselves; follow their lead and fall in love with this beautiful city.

    Hotel Sacristia de Santa Ana in Seville is a converted convent with 25 rooms, costing from €60 on a room only basis.

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