Before it was taken over by the AC group in 2003, this early 20th Century building was a bank. Its period façade displays a combination of bright colours, brick facing and forged iron balconies. It looks a bit like a little old palace with its tower. The contrast with the modern interior is impressive. The floors of the hallway and staircase are covered with light coloured marble, the design consists of simple straight lines, and the grey and brown shades of the colour scheme are illuminated by a few designer lamps. The corridors are adorned with minimalist photographs, most of which have a water theme. The style of the cafe continues much in the same vein as in the rest of the establishment, with its large, curvy and angular sofas, and grey, black and white colours. It is a bright space thanks to the light pouring in from a courtyard planted with trees. There is a television here, as well as computers with an internet connection and some daily newspapers. The third floor of the AC Sevilla is where you will find the gym and swimming pool. The gym is located in a corridor lined with bay windows, but only has three exercise machines, a television and a music system. All the same, it is a bright, pleasant space from which you can admire all the architectural details of the old building. The swimming pool is small and overlooks the street. However, it is a nice place to relax on the straw deckchairs with their comfy cushions and to take a dip when the city heat becomes too oppressive. Just next to the hotel, there is a public car park where you can leave your car in total peace of mind.