Discover the rooftop terrace and enjoy views over the white roofs of Seville.
Seville, on the whole, is a serene place that embodies history. Columbus sailed from the port here in 1492, and ended up bumping into a little rock called North America. It's home to such sights as the Seville Cathedral, the Torre del Orro, and the Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares.
But just because you came to see history, doesn't mean you have to live in it. Palacio de Villapanés AlmaSevilla offers a storied exterior, yes, but inside, an eye for modern-yet-timeless interior design has been executed perfectly.
A white restaurant and hip bar play a close second to being the beating heart of this stylish habitat, just behind the glamorous central courtyard. 50 guestrooms offer an eclectic mix of rich fabric, patterns, vintage and modern furniture pieces — all different, but working together in sublime concert.
Massage rooms are available, and on-site bike rentals make seeing the surrounding city quick and simple. Snap as many shots as possible, and return later to compare your newfound memories over a glass of port.