Mercer Sevilla

Location: Seville | Spain

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

The Mercer Sevilla is a boutique hotel in central Seville, housed in a historic 19th-century palacio which has been beautifully updated to a modern five-star hotel. The interiors feature a marble-floored courtyard rising up to an impressive light-filled dome, soaring arches and an ornate original staircase. The luxurious rooms and suites combine period features with contemporary design, while you can enjoy top-notch Andalucian cuisine at the restaurant and scenic drinks on the rooftop terrace.
Perfect forA stylish stay in Seville blending heritage and modern luxury.
In the knowArchitects Cruz y Ortiz sought to create a modern feel for the hotel while drawing on inspiration from the Mudejar culture of the Moors, who remained in Andalucia after the region reverted to Christianity.

Recommended for...

  • Luxury Hotel
  • Boutique Hotel
  • History & Heritage
  • Short Break

Hotel Overview

Sense of place

The Mercer Sevilla sits right in the historic heart of Seville, next to La Maestranza – an iconic bullring dating back hundreds of years. Also nearby is the Plaza Nueva, a leafy square which serves as the heart of the city.

Rooms at Mercer Sevilla

The Mercer Sevilla is an intimate hotel, with just 12 guestrooms and suites, each of which combine period features from the hotel’s 19th-century origins with modern comfort and design. Traditional features such as delicate wall mouldings betray the building’s heritage, while luxurious touches are offered by the black marble tabletops and modern, pristine-white bathrooms – complete with top-end Molton Brown toiletries.

Deluxe Premium Rooms overlook the historic pastel-hued buildings of Castelar Street, and also feature outdoor terraces, complete with garden furniture. Deluxe Rooms, meanwhile, overlook the hotel’s ‘vertical garden’, a striking interior feature that soars from the dining room all the way up to the pool terrace.

Food & Drink

The hotel’s restaurant, Maria Luisa, has a mission: to showcase the best of Andalucian cuisine, using top-quality regional produce. Great attention is paid to breakfast here, with the menu combining international favourites like eggs benedict with local touches such as scrambled eggs with Iberian ham. At lunch and dinner, you can look forward to regional delicacies such as cheek of pork, fried cuttlefish with parsley mayonnaise, and beef tenderloin from the Guadalquivir.

Before dinner, enjoy drinks and appetisers in the FIZZ Cocktail Bar, which also makes a stylish setting for a nightcap.

Facilities

The rooftop pool and bar is a relaxing space to cool off from the sun and take in the views over Seville.

Activities at Mercer Sevilla

Next door to the hotel is La Maestranza, a centuries-old bullring and one of the most famous of its kind in the world – even if you disapprove of the sport, it’s worth taking a guided tour of the venue to learn about its grisly history. Other highlights not to be missed during your time in Seville include the city’s cathedral, famous for its iconic Giralda belltower, and the adjacent Alcazar – this palace is a masterpiece of Moorish architecture.

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Hotel location

The Mercer Sevilla is just 20 minutes by car from Seville International Airport.

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