Martina is a friend of mine and one of the best hotel manager I know.
Contemporary decoration in an ancient Palace in the heart of Séville.
Go there for the entrance and the interior patio.
If you have the chance to stay there, book one of the suites because of the impressive ceiling height.
THE BEST VALUE FOR MONEY IN SEVILLE.
This 4 stars hotel is perfectly situated in the Alameda neighborhood. It offers great rooms and lots of charms.
For breakfast, there is plenty of places around in Calle Feria because theirs is very blah.
My favorite hotel in terms of decoration.
Minimalist design in an old Palace in Arenal. Close to Plaza de Toro and Guadalquivir River, it is a great place to start your discovery of the city.
The most luxurious Palace of Séville.
Built in 1927 for the Iberamerica exposition, it is a typical yet very classic Andalusian architecture. The interior patio is a must see!
Best localisation according to me with the Mercer Hotel because close to the real city life.
The comfort of the room is spectacular. And the view from the top room a must.
A Boutique Hotel with a scandinavian vibe.
Great interior patio for lunch, and a coffee shop which remind me places in Stockholm.
It also has an interesting shop/restaurant across the street.
One of my favorite restaurant!
More laid back and better value for money than her big sister Cañabota.
Have a sit at the bar and enjoy great seafood prepared in front of your very eyes in the open kitchen.
Short but great wine and Champagne selection.
The best fish soup I had in my entire life! (only in wintertime)
Try also their turbot. Service could be a little uptight but always perfect. Book in advance a table on the street. Amazing wine list.
A table at the Mirador is an experience by itself! Food is ok. Great selection of wine.
Classic Andalusian food with a twist. Book a month in advance for a table at the Mirador. Otherwise at the bar. The other tables aren’t worth it.
For interior design lovers.
In a former 1919 Flamenco house, go there for the amazing decoration, the garden and the friendly staff. But not to eat as it is overpriced for Séville.
Great to have a drink in summertime
To see an to be seen.
They improved recently their menu and it is very good.
Also great service and amazing venue!
Tacky but surprisingly very good food.
Not a big fan of fire eater and so called contemporary dancers in restaurants (so 2000’s)
But the food is very good and great professional service.
Go there to see and be seen.
The restaurant of the Radisson Plaza de Magdalena.
Great food and atmosphere for a Basque cuisine
Nice Terrasse during daytime for lunch
The instagram restaurant by definition.
Very charming interior patio and winter garden. Only tourists. Great food and generous portions. A bit pricey.
Scandinavian vibes meets Andalucian architecture
A recently open hotel restaurant in a former 1880’s Palacio, it is a hybrid concept with a coffee shop, a delicatessen store and a nice restaurant with an inventive yet non pretentious food.
On a lovely place under the trees near the Museo de Bellas Artes.
Relaxed restaurant perfect during summer nights.
A selection of sophisticated tapas at reasonable prices.
Viapol isn’t my favorite area to go out but this restaurant offers something quite fresh. Starts with the products.
Sometimes too much informations in your plate but the experimentation deserves a thumb up.
The oldest restaurant in Séville.
Built in 1670.
Come early to eat at the bar. If queue worth the wait.
The salmorejo and the tapa de lomo de cerdo are to die for!
Typical tapas bar in Alameda de Hercules
Not the fanciest place ever with its plastic tables and waiters close to retirement but very good value for money, homemade food and the best Presa Iberica i’ve had in Seville.
I go there at least once a week
My favorite Sevillan breakfast.
In the hyper center, try their freshly squeezed orange juice, manchado coffee and Bellota tostada: the perfect recipe to start the day!
For their Croissants.
Brunch place full of hipsters next to Mercado de Feria. Strange opening hours and very long service but once there, totally worth it for a nice breakfast or late lunch.
A Bodega style bar near the cathedral.
Laid back yet chic atmosphere between locals in suit working in the neighborhood. You will feel like a Sevillan there.
The real bodega!
At 5km of Séville, next to a busy roundabout, the best food I had in a bodega.
It is everything but chic, but the authenticity and the quality of the products is stunning!
Richard Gere eats there when in Séville.
Great barbecue meat in a very chic yet simple atmosphere.
15km away from Séville, in an Andalusian meets Mexico type of hacienda, you will feel like Salma Hayek in her masterpiece « Bandidas ».
Go there during summertime weekends otherwise too quiet.
Homemade pork ribs are to die for!
At 5 km of Seville in the village of Valencina, this family owned restaurant is situated in a place under orange trees next to a church. Only locals, and delicious homemade food.
To me THE best view over the Giralda.
At the 5th floor of Hotel EME Cathedral.
An international atmosphere on a tiny rooftop with great service and bartenders.
Trendy Indoor Cocktail bar.
Open by the team of Second Room, great cocktails and young crowd at night.
THIS BAR IN ALAMEDA DE HERCULES IS ALWAYS BUSY AT NIGHT DURING WEEKENDS. NOTHING SPECIAL IN IT EXCEPT THAT THE CROWD IS COOL, AND SO ARE THE BARTENDERS.
STRATEGIC SPOT TO CONTINUE YOUR NIGHT OUT IN THE CLUBS NEARBY.
Free Jazz band on Sundays and Mondays.
Behind the plaza de Alameda, this alternative place can be a jazz club, an open mic, a live karaoke.
The staff and bands will make you feel at ease.
Everything is in the name!
Bar/ Club where you will dance on all the best tracks of the 80’s, 90’s and 2000’s.
Eclectic crowd and really good vibes
Great electro/house lineup in a lightbox just outside the Casco Antiguo.
Mostly trendy locals and few tourists.
In an industrial zone, this club is an association for electro lovers.
Berlin vibe in the music you will dance on. Only alternative locals.
OMG! Love this place that cannot be describe.
An antique shop big as 5 soccer fields at 15 km of Seville.
They do have almost everything: from a hangar full of 19th century doors to VW beatle cars, this is the place where I go when I want to create a « Wow Effect » in my projects.
A bit pricey but also one great interior design store.
An exotic and rural chic vibe in every item you’ll find there. Many made to measure options for lamps, tables etc.
One of the store I am buying the more often for my projects.
Karen and her team are the best to fulfill your furniture needs.
A very eclectic selection where they can paint in another color an old buffet, taking care of the lining of a chair, and deliver it to you in Seville.
Expensive but great interior design shop.
I like very much the interior design selection of this shop but the owners aren’t always very welcoming which prevents me to come more often.
A Seville Icon.
Great eclectic selection of objects and furniture.
Speaks a perfect french and always has an anecdote to share about the history of each object she sells. A must.
The duchess of Alba’s favorite!
Amparo’s shop has got a great selection of rugs, art and furniture, antiques or new.
She will instantly makes you feel confortable.
A great selection of hats and belts amongst other equestrian stuff.
An unbeatable value for money! If you do want to come back with some souvenirs of your trip: this is the place!
A French family affair in Alfalfa.
This hybrid shop propose a range of antiques furniture and artisanal objects from Andalousia, Portugal and Marrocco.
Very good value for money, with a priceless atmosphere.
If you need only one souvenir shop…
Artesanal shop where you’ll find a great range of unusual yet traditional objects from the region.
An hybrid shop where you’ll find a selection of carefully curated objects, made to mesure dresses in the style of Albert Elbaz’s Lanvin, and casual menswear.
A Shop/Art Gallery in the Seville Soho near Alfalfa.
Affordable contemporary art with vivid colors.
So far the best selection for a vintage shop in Seville. A bit pricey but you’ll find gems in there.
One of my favorite vintage shop in Feria.
With a 1950’s vibe. Small but good selection of vintage clothes.
A French designer that translates to perfection an Andalusian icon into Fashion.
I am using his work sometimes just to accessorize a wall as some of his creations are true masterpieces
A brand new luxury multi-brand store for men and women with a good selection of Burberry, Jaquemus, Mc Queen etc
The store itself is amazing. And staff is very professional which is rare in Sevilla.
Luxury Multi-brands for women.
The only luxury store in Seville.
Interesting selection of Gucci, Bottega Veneta, Céline, etc next to the Alfonso XII hotel.