The luxury of staying in an 18th century Sevillian palace
This emblematic house-palace was built in 1729 by Admiral López-Pintado, one of the most important personalities in the history of Andalusia.
The original construction, a two-storey building with double-arched bay windows on columns, follows the typological scheme of the Sevillian courtyard house with a long façade bay that includes the entrance hall and the coach houses and others that are arranged around the main courtyard and the back garden.
Since December 2009 the Palacio de Villapanés has been protected as an Asset of Interest of the city of Seville, as it is considered one of the main baroque manifestations of the 18th century and preserves most of its original architectural elements.
Its 50 spacious rooms, with palatial vibes and state-of-the-art comfort, offer views over the city or a magnificent courtyard. Gastronomy is provided by chef Jorge Cortés at the magnificent Los Rincones del Marqués restaurant, not to mention the views from its privileged rooftop terrace with a small pool or its wellness area and modern gym with Kinesis equipment and Technogym machinery.