A luxury hotel in the Seville Tower

A luxury hotel in the Seville Tower

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Designed by the well-known architect César Pelli, the Torre Sevilla building has been the chosen place (specifically, the last floors) to host this fabulous five-star hotel of the Eurostars group. The facade of horizontal and vertical slats made of steel, concrete and glass, conceives a futuristic design which, next to the elliptical shape of the tower, gives the building impressive windows that make the hotel a true panoramic viewpoint over the city.

But the history of Seville remains present in the interior thanks to the mural project made by Madrid photographer Jesús Granada. And it is that each of its plants has focused on a different theme, allowing guests to discover the essence of the city while they walk through the halls that show urban spaces, illustrious characters, historical monuments and different panoramic views of the city.

The interior design, decoration and materials chosen also pay their particular tribute to Seville, as it happens with the doors of the rooms, that by means of a retro illuminated panel alludes to the mantillas and traditional dresses, or the die-cut drawings as fans that adorn the ceiling of its restaurant El Duende.

Although the true protagonists of these luxury rooms composed of state-of-the-art equipment, are the windows, which enjoy privileged views of the city, as well as the rest of the rooms, such as the Spa & Health Club or the bar area .

Photos and information: Courtesy of Hotel Eurostars Torre Sevilla

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