Seville is a province of Andalusia that has many places with history. It is the maximum exponent of Andalusian art together with Cordoba. The gastronomy is another of the strong points of the city of Seville, you must try the huevos a la flamenca (eggs in flamenco style). With your dog we recommend you to take a tourist route through the historic centre and go for a walk along the banks of the Guadalquivir.
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Located 10 minutes' walk from the Giralda, it offers air-conditioned rooms with TV and bathroom with hairdryer. Up to 2 pets are allowed per room for a supplement of 25 EUR per pet per stay. They are provided with a bed and food bowl. There is no weight limit. Pets are allowed to be left alone if you let reception know.
The rooms are air-conditioned and have a private bathroom with hairdryer. In addition, some have views of the Giralda. The conditions for pets are not to be left alone in the hotel, although they are allowed for a few hours and a supplement of 10€ per full stay. They provide you with a drinking/feeding bowl and a toy. Pets are allowed without weight limit.
It offers rooms with views of an inner courtyard, air conditioning and a private bathroom. A maximum of 1 pet per room is allowed for a daily supplement of EUR 10. A pet bed, food and water bowl are provided. The weight limit per pet is 35 kg, although pets up to 45 kg have been accepted. You can mention this during the Booking reservation.
Set in a 19th-century building, it is just 200 metres from the Giralda. It features air-conditioned rooms. A continental breakfast is served daily. Up to 2 pets are allowed with no weight limit and a drinking and feeding bowl is included. A supplement of 25€ per stay per pet is charged, but sometimes pets are allowed free of charge.
The Gravina 51, built in a restored 18th century house, preserves the charm of 2 typical Andalusian courtyards. The location of the hotel is perfect, just 5 minutes walk from the Maestranza bullring. They let you have breakfast with your pet if it is in the transport. Pets are allowed up to 2 per room and with no weight limit.
Located in the historic centre of Seville, just 5 minutes' walk from the Casa de Pilatos. The hotel has a heated indoor pool with waterfall and jets. One dog or cat of less than 20 kg is allowed (please advise when booking that you are bringing a pet). The cost is 20€/night. You can't go to the restaurant with them, but they can be left in the room.
This Seville hotel admits dogs and cats up to a maximum weight of 25 kg (maximum 2 per room) and you must inform that you are travelling with them. The supplement is 25€ per stay, the downside is that they cannot be left alone in the room. It has an outdoor swimming pool and a roof terrace with views of Plaza de España and María Luisa Park.
It has a bar, a restaurant and an outdoor swimming pool, 24-hour reception, shuttle service, room service. A maximum of 1 pet per room of less than 10 kg is allowed, with a supplement of 30€/stay (including bed and food bowl) + 10€/night and pet. Only dogs are accepted and can enter the restaurant in a kennel.
One of the best pet-friendly hotels in Seville. Located within walking distance of the centre of Seville. It offers a solarium, rooftop pool and hot tub. One pet (dog or cat) is allowed per room, with a maximum weight of 20 kg, and with an additional cost of 20€/day, plus a 200€ deposit. If your dog does not bark it can stay in the room.
This pet-friendly hotel in Seville is located in Seville's famous Triana district, on the banks of the Guadalquivir River. It features a rooftop pool with views, a gym and free Wi-Fi. Spa and air-conditioned rooms. Small pets are allowed (-10 kg) and the supplement is 24 € per day. If you don't mind, you can stay a few hours alone in the room.
Hotel Itaca Sevilla is built in a renovated mansion, set around a typical Sevillian courtyard. The rooms are air-conditioned and soundproofed. The supplement per pet per night is 30€, they can stay alone in the room, but you must inform them at reception. Only dogs up to 10 kilos, one per room.
This hotel is good value for money, although there is a supplement for pets. It is close to Seville airport and has good communications. It only admits 1 dog or cat of less than 20 kg for 20€ per night (you have to tell them that you are travelling with a pet). They provide you with a bed, water and food bowl. It cannot be left in the room alone.
It is a hotel establishment in the heart of Seville. It offers views of Plaza Nueva, spacious rooms with wooden floors, a private balcony, air conditioning and toiletries. Dogs are charged a supplement of EUR 22 per day. The maximum weight per pet is 12 kg. They are not allowed to be left alone or in common areas.
This magnificent 18th century Andalusian building has been recently renovated and is an authentic detached house with original features, roof terrace and a privileged location, close to many of Seville's most impressive sights. There is a daily pet fee of €10 per pet. Up to two dogs per room are accepted.
Relatively close to Santa Justa Station, this hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with satellite TV and free Wi-Fi. It has an outdoor swimming pool. A supplement of 10 euros/night per pet applies. Food and water bowls and a bed are provided. Pets can be left in the room by giving the telephone number at reception.
Located in Seville's Santa Cruz neighbourhood next to the old Jewish quarter, with excellent tapas bars all around. Pets (cats and dogs) have a supplement of 10 EUR per night per pet. Maximum 1 pet per room. You are allowed to leave them alone in the room if you leave a mobile number at reception. A feeding bowl and a bed are provided.
It features rooms with a private bathroom with hairdryer, TV, minibar, kettle and coffee. Pets are accepted with a maximum of 8 kg. Pets are not allowed in the common areas. The cost is 25€ per pet/day, and the price includes a kit with a mat, food bowl and a snack, and you are allowed to leave them in the room.
Itaca Boutique Artemisa features a rooftop terrace and rooms with a private bathroom and toiletries. The maximum weight allowed is 10 kg. The supplement per pet per night is €30, they can stay alone in the room, but you must inform reception. Only dogs up to 10 kilos, one per room.
With more than 610,000 inhabitants in its urban core, Seville is a must for anyone who wants to enjoy Andalusian art, culture and gastronomy. The old town is full of unique places to walk with your dog and it is also the largest monumental old town in Spain. Moreover, the city has the peculiarity of having hosted two great expos: the Iberoamerican of 1929 and the Universal Expo of 1992, which meant a boost in the city's infrastructure such as the Plaza de España, the Parque de María Luisa or the whole conglomerate of the Isla de la Cartuja with its Olympic stadium.
Being crossed by the Guadalquivir River, Seville has the peculiarity of having the only seaport in Spain in an inland city. The Guadalquivir would not be the same as it passes through Seville if it did not have the famous Torre del Oro, a building with multiple uses throughout history and which dates back to the 13th century. Along with the Torre del Oro, the Cathedral of Seville, known worldwide for its bell tower called La Giralda, stands out.
Seville is gradually becoming a dog-friendly city. Nowadays, although it is not allowed to enter most museums and monuments with pets, you can take a stroll through the Mudejar Seville, the old town and the many parks such as Maria Luisa Park. This trend is reflected in the fact that more and more hotels in Seville are becoming dog friendly. Although unfortunately there are still not as many pet friendly hotels as in Barcelona. Moreover, during your walk you can always have a drink in the many terraces that you can find along your walk. We recommend visiting Calle Betis, which runs parallel to the Guadalquivir, and the Triana neighbourhood. If museums are your thing, the impressive Museo de los Carruajes (Carriage Museum), Delimbo or the Galeria Haurie.