Mercure Sevilla, the inauguration took place in 1908. In the area is the Paseo del Prado, along with numerous bars, restaurants and nearby theatres, a great starting place for your Havana visit.
The History of accommodation, once known as Sevilla Biltmore, is very diverse. For example, The famous Al-Capone stayed here. The singer Josephine Baker also visited. Along with the press that favoured the recognition of the Hotel.
The significant and welcome entryway is a generous sample of Mudejar (Moorish) roused stylistic layout with beautiful mosaic tiles and profoundly carved roofs.
One of the beauties of Seville is the pool at the ground floor level with palm trees and a terrace, bar, sauna and massage area. While we can see the Classic American Cars, sit and relax while sipping a mojito.
You can listen to the musical show from the centre patio, every Friday, along with art exhibitions.
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