The Meliá Sevilla opened in 1988, and was last renovated in April 2010. However, the decor in the hotel's many lounges now contrasts with the rather basic, drab appearance of the façade of this 11-storey building. At the centre of the marble entrance lobby, you can admire a number of modern black, white and red statues, which are set beneath lights with white and orange lightshades. From here, there is a sequence of lounges offering the choice between white leather armchairs and two-tone bench seats. Close to the entrance is the business centre, which consists of a series of computers with internet access. The space at the back is called The Level, and this is where VIP guests are welcomed. It consists of a special area reserved for private check-in, as well as a room with free Wi-Fi access, various reading rooms and a television area. Breakfast, a mid-afternoon snack and pre-dinner drinks are also served here over the course of the day. Next to this space is a bar furnished with white leather armchairs, small, high tables with brown stools, and black and white poufs. You can enjoy a drink in this relaxed setting from 11:00am until 2:00am. You will find the swimming pool up on the first floor, which overlooks Plaza de España. You may also be interested to know that guests staying at the hotel enjoy preferential rates at the spa. This facility features six treatment rooms, including five individual ones and one for couples. Various types of treatment are provided in the mellow ambience of this space, which also has a hammam, contrast showers, a sauna, a water circuit and a jacuzzi. Guests can also use the gym for free, which is just next to the spa and is equipped with a number of machines (mainly exercise bikes). Bear in mind that the hotel also has a car park and a hair salon.