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Hotel Monte Carmelo Seville is located 15 minutes walking from the Real Alcázar

The Real Alcázar of Seville is a palace fortress which is the result of several different historical periods since the 11th century. Art dating back to Mudéjar time and the Castilian conquest is kept in its interior. In subsequent refurbishments, renaissance, mannerist and baroque elements were also added.

Abd Al Raman III started the construction of this walled palace, which comprised halls decorated with plasterwork, tiles and coffered ceilings which combine with majestic gardens and water. Together, all of these elements create an unforgettable harmony.
It is worth highlighting the Patio de las Doncellas inside the palace, which presents beautiful tile skirting boards, and the Patio de las Muñecas with its fascinating collection of capitals.

Among the renaissance pieces, it is worth mentioning the tiled altar made by Francisco Niculoso Pisano in 1504 and the altarpiece painting The Virgin of the Navigators, in the Admiral's hall. This style is also present in the Halls of Charles V, where collections of beautiful tapestries representing the Conquest of Tunis by Charles V are hung.

The upper floor of the building presents a strong influence by the Bourbons in the 19th century. These rooms were refurbished with nineteenth-century decorations with tapestries, La Granja glass chandeliers, clocks, furniture and an important collection of paintings.
It was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1987 and has been used as the backdrop for the famous series "Game of Thrones", evoking the Water Gardens of Drone.