Corral del Rey

A Boutique Hotel in the centre of Sevilla

Located only five minutes away from the Cathedral, this original 17th Century Casa Palacio is a private luxury boutique hotel offering accommodation with a relaxed café bar and private dinner facilities. A reinvented as a deluxe boutique hotel by English brothers Anthony and Patrick Reid. It’s a classy affair with fine art on the walls amidst marble, Romanesque pillars, wooden beams and state-of-the-art lighting.The architectural highlights are the atrium patio, Roman marble columns and the original wooden carved beams; all this fine art work accentuated by a unique controlled lighting system.

Corral del Rey Suite

Corral del Rey suite

Patio ceiling

Roof at Corral del Rey

Dining Room

Private dinners
Torre del Oro
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The stylish Corral del Rey proves that small is beautiful, with its six rooms in a seventeenth-century house just a five-minute walk from the Giralda. Though beautifully designed and decorated, the rooms here are snug—in fact, the standard double, delightful for a single traveler, would be tight quarters for two. However, the hotel makes up for its diminutive floor space in a variety of ways—all rooms are well equipped, and there’s a roof garden with a Jacuzzi plunge pool and sun loungers. Spanish interior designer Kuky Mora-Figueroa has created rooms with almond-colored walls, bleached-oak floors, battleship-gray window shutters, and beds covered with quilted white cotton coverlets. Best of all, the smiling young staff here take their hospitality personally, and are quick on the draw with restaurant recommendations and sightseeing tips.

Las Setas

The hotel offers chic accommodation with elegant décor, with wooden floors and state-of -the-art lighting. Each room has its own creative design combining an eclectic mix of ancient and modern. The hotel also comprises of a vibrant bar and cafe offering an all-day tapas menu with a good selection of Spanish wines and a rooftop terrace with a plunge pool and panoramic views of the city. Situated in the Barrio de la Alfalfa, landmarks such ‘Las Setas de Sevilla’ also known as Metropol Parasol by architect Jürgen Mayer is just walking distance.

Corral del Rey