Granada, Spain

Seda Club

Experience Granada as a local

A small oasis in the heart of the city

Hotel Seda Club is located at the heart of Granada’s historical centre, in the Plaza de la Trinidad, a gardened square dating from 1893 and just a stone’s throw away from the city’s Cathedral. This exclusive location gives you the opportunity to enjoy Granada as a local, surrounded by history, whilst also experiencing the vibrant rhythm of a truly authentic city.

There are 21 rooms available at Seda Club, ranging from deluxe rooms to La Alcoba Real, the most expansive suite here. All rooms are designed to encompass harmony and tranquillity with the elegant colours, textures and art chosen carefully. Some rooms offer beautiful garden views whilst others have their own private balconies, allowing you to gaze down at the lively Granada below in the square and narrow streets.

Seda Club’s restaurant offers Andalusian cuisine concocted from produce that is selected and delivered daily from the finest local markets, proving an authentic gourmet experience. Relax at the cocktail bar or head down to the wine cellar to choose from a wide selection of wines, cavas and champagnes. If you wish to indulge further, Seda Club provides a spa where you can truly sink into bliss with one of their treatments.

Highlights

Admire the hotel's garden or the streets of Granada from the vibrant rooms

Enjoy sweeping views of the Plaza de la Trinidad from the rooftop terrace

Indulge in fresh Andalusian cuisine at Seda Club's restaurant

Dip your toes into the hotel's heated pool

Sip a refreshing cocktail at the bar

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Exterior view, Hotel Marques de Riscal, La Rioja, Spain

La Rioja Wine Region

Hotel Marques De Riscal
Eye-catching against the green of La Rioja’s hills, Hotel Marques De Riscal’s striking and innovative roof has been designed to reflect the precious liquid that’s produced in the celebrated adjoining winery of the same name. Created by architectural genius Frank Gehry, the roof resembles a sail in the wind. It’s stripes of titanium are coloured in shades of silver that represent a wine cup, gold for the cap of a bottle, and of course, red to embody the wine itself. Catch the hotel on any different day, and its hues will appear to have changed in the sun. With just 43 rooms divided between two wings connected by a bridge, a stay in this boutique hotel and winery will be an immersive experience. Due to the varying placements of the hotel’s huge windows, each room leaves a difference impression. When you’re not out sampling the delights of the region’s oldest winery, sit down to a meal in either of the hotel’s two restaurants, one boasting a Michelin star. As expected, the wine list is impressive and features collections which date all the way back to 1862. On a sunny day, there’s nothing more pleasant than enjoying a gourmet meal on the terrace and admiring the views of the distinctive countryside and the quaint town of Elciego. Should you fancy some indulgence, the Vinotherapy spa boasts a design-focused indoor pool and multitude of luxury treatments based on the grape. If you can bear the crowds, visit in Autumn to experience the full process of the grape harvest. Regardless of the season, you can look forward to wine tours, tastings, and pairings, as well as a profusion of exhilarating outdoor activities such as balloon rides, biking, and horse riding.

Seville

Hotel Alfonso XIII
Steeped in history, the Hotel Alfonso XIII was constructed by order of the King as luxury lodging for the international VIPs attending the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition. This grand structure quickly became an emblem of the city centre and has been continuously used as a hotel until the present day, although Franco’s regime necessitated a name change to the Andalusian Palace while under his rule. To this day, you’ll find that it is the city centre’s only true, luxury property. Typically Andalusian in style, the hotel expresses the region’s mixed Moorish and Castilian founding influences with authentic and detailed features. Each of its 151 bedrooms including its 19 suites are unique in design, falling into three style categories: Andalusian, Moorish, and Castilian. Alongside its exalted, majestic architecture, Hotel Alfonso XIII is also notable for its large pool, which sits amidst lush gardens. This makes it a rare urban sanctuary and one of the only locations where being in Seville during the heat of high summer will be thoroughly enjoyable. By the pool you’ll find an al fresco restaurant that turns itself into a twinkling vision after dark and serves Spanish and international delicacies. You can also eat in the sumptuously-tiled gallery surrounding an arched interior courtyard where you can take your breakfast and coffee. If you fancy something truly epicurean, the atmospheric Ena tapas bar is manned by Michelin-starred chef Carles Abellán of Barcelona. Afterwards, discuss the highlights of your meal to the accompaniment of live piano music at Bar Americano. In terms of location, you’ll find that you really couldn’t be better placed to discover Seville. Hotel Alfonso XIII sits right on the edge of the old – pedestrianised – quarter, meaning that you can benefit from arriving to the hotel by car and walking five minutes to outstanding historic sites such as the Cathedral de Seville, the Alcazar, Puente de S. Telmo, and Plaza de Espana.