A First-Class Jewel in the Heart of the Old City.
"A First-Class Jewel in the Heart of the Old City... Minutes From Everything." - Reviewed by Lisa
LISA PERFECT PICK “I not only love the fantastic location – under a minute to my fave Tapas bars – but I also love the super-flexible attitude of the staff and owners… breakfast in my room at 3 p.m.? ‘No problema Señora'”
City break /country break! The ideal way to experience the best of Andalucia!
A stay at Corral del Rey 12 can easily be combined with a stay at the fabulous Hacienda San Rafael – only 40 minutes and another world away. Special combo prices apply – please call for details.
Twisty, turny, tiny streets lined with impressive facades, heavily carved wooden doors and glimpses of hidden patios… I wonder what lies behind? What architectural secrets are left unknown?
Corral del Rey 12 is a jewel at the very heart of romantic Seville. It offers first-class authentic accommodation and the highest standards of comfort and service.
This traditional, impeccably-restored home offers the best in Seville hospitality. The rooms are completely unique – each with its own identity, feel and story – but all are as comfortable as the next.
Rooms with kitchenettes do not disappoint: big fridges stuffed with bubbly (both French and Spanish), great coffee machines, gleaming kettles and – should you really need it – microwaves. Far from being obtrusive, clever design has flawlessly incorporated these great features into the rooms’ anatomy.
Three suites have upper plunge pool terraces with great views over the rooftops to the famous Giralda Tower and many other beautiful church domes. Fabulous secluded spaces to relax, soak in a private pool and live the Seville dream. Each terrace has a minibar with sink for convenience… nothing like a super-cold cava under the moonlight on your own rooftop terrace!
Corral del Rey 12 welcomes visitors with its reception area, dining room and top-floor plunge pool and viewing terrace. It’s the perfect retreat to cool down with a house-specialty tapas at the end of a day of sightseeing.