Seville hotels come in a range of styles and meet the demands of a variety of budgets...
Top-class luxury hotels can be found in traditional buildings crammed with charm and history, or you can opt for modern havens of exclusivity, where pools and trendy bars will keep you cool. There are several well-known hotel names in the city. Check in to names such as NH Hoteles, AC, Melia, Eurostars, Tryp, Parador, Best Western and Hilton.
Stay as centrally as possible to be close to the main attractions. The city centre is bordered by the river to the west, with the University of Seville to the south. Santa Cruz, in the southern central area, is a very popular neighbourhood to stay in, and there are plenty of hotels in this district catering for tourists. Some say it's too touristy and noisy, so consider elsewhere if you're looking for a more authentic Seville experience (with less night-time noise).
Plaza Nueva is quite central to everything, so use this as your map pin and look for hotels around here if you want shopping, eating, drinking, and things to do and see on your doorstep.
The city is not known for being a cheap place to stay, though you can find some good rates in budget hotels if you travel when the big fiestas aren't dominating the calendar. The dates around Semana Santa will see prices peak for Seville hotels. July and August, despite being in the peak holiday season, see devilishly hot temperatures and most Spaniards flee to the coast, meaning you might get a bargain hotel.