The rooms of the Alfonso XIII are magnificent, spacious (312 sq ft) and beautifully furnished, with a crystal chandelier, marble floors, tapestry, two framed mirrors, gorgeous wall-paper and elegant wooden furniture. The sophisticated interior even extends to the patterned detail of the bed's headboard. The rooms are the height of comfort and naturally provide all the necessary facilities: two armchairs, a sofa, a desk, individual and quiet air-conditioning, a telephone, wireless Internet access (for a fee), a keyboard, a minibar with tea and coffee-making facilities, and a free and spacious electronic safe, big enough to fit a laptop. There is also a high definition plasma-screen television with numerous cable channels. You are sure to sleep like a log in the cosy beds, and given the quality of the mattresses and the softness of the sheets, you won't ever want to get up! None of the rooms have balconies though, but some of them have windows that overlook San Telmo Palace. The rooms that overlook the street are decorated in the Castilian style and those that give onto the patio are decorated in the Mudejar style.
As for the marble bathrooms, with their typical Seville ceramic tiling, they are spacious, sparkling clean and decorated with star-patterned details. They all have a bathtub with a handle and a flexible showerhead, as well as a magnifying mirror, tissues, a normal hair-dryer, a double-sink, dressing-gowns, hospitality products from the Luxury Collection, a telephone, a toilet and a bidet.
The establishment includes 19 beautiful suites with a butler service. The royal suite is 3340 sq ft and some of the most prestigious guests have stayed here (Madonna, Brad Pitt, Lady Di, Gorbatchev, the Prince of Monaco and even Fidel Castro).