Hotels near Casa de Pilatos
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Casa de Pilatos is a historic palace located next to Plaza de Pilatos between Seville’s Santa Cruz and Macarena communities. It's close to local churches and hotels and the restaurants of Calle San Esteban.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Casa de Pilatos

Hotel Duquesa
Hotel Duquesa
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7.5
Good
Plaza Duque De La Victoria 11, Seville
from $39
Hotel Venecia
Hotel Venecia
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8.2
Excellent
C/Trajano 31, Seville
from $45
Bbou Hotel Casa Romana
Bbou Hotel Casa Romana
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8.1
Excellent
Trajano 15, Seville
from $57
Hesperia Sevilla
Hesperia Sevilla
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7.9
Good
Avenida de Eduardo Dato, 49, Seville
from $49
Sacristia Santa Ana
Sacristia Santa Ana
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8.4
Excellent
Alameda Hercules 22, Seville
from $53
Hotel AACR Monteolivos
Hotel AACR Monteolivos
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7.7
Good
C. Monte Olivete 5, Seville
from $47
Hotel Eurostars Regina
Hotel Eurostars Regina
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7.8
Good
Calle San Vicente, 97, Seville
from $34
Apartamentos Suites Santa Cruz
Apartamentos Suites Santa Cruz
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8.7
Excellent
Calle Pimienta, 4, Seville
from $55
Hotel Casa Imperial
Hotel Casa Imperial
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8.2
Excellent
Imperial 29, Seville
from $76
Patio de la Alameda
Patio de la Alameda
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8.4
Excellent
Plaza Alameda de Hercules, 56, Seville
from $47
More About Hotels near Casa de Pilatos...

What's Casa de Pilatos?

Casa de Pilatos, or Pilate’s House, is the permanent residence of the Dukes of Medinaceli. Its blend of Renaissance Italian and Mudéjar Spanish architecture provides a pleasing contrast to more modern attractions like Metropol Parasol. Outdoor sculptures and artworks help beautify the palace. 

Which Hotels Have the Best View Near Casa de Pilatos?

Hotel Casa Imperial is directly opposite Casa de Pilatos. Hostal Atenas, also opposite the palace, has less expensive rooms for bargain hunters.

What Are the Benefits or Drawbacks of Staying at a Hotel Near Casa de Pilatos?

There are many hotels near Casa de Pilatos, and this competition tends to bring cheaper rates to guests. However, this part of the city isn’t as picturesque as the stretch along the Guadalquivir River.

What Do I Need to Know About Casa de Pilatos?

Admission to both levels costs €8 and includes a guided tour. If you’d prefer to save cash, wander the lower floor at your leisure for €5.

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