The luxurious Gran Melia Colon is located in the historical, cultural, commercial and financial heart of the city of Seville, and offers a striking combination of art, culture and style. Chosen by generations of bullfighters and personalities, it is considered by locals to be one of the city’s major landmarks and is decorated with modern furniture from designers such as Philippe Starck and Marcel Wanders. Combining historical features with contemporary touches, the hotel creates a warm and elegant environment.
The Wellness Centre at Gran Melia Colon Seville offers an extensive massage and beauty treatment menu, subject to request. There is also a sauna, Turkish bath and therapeutic shower, as well as a solarium deck with comfortable hammocks, Balinese beds and an amazing hydro-massage pool with fantastic views of the city.
There are three different golf courses near the Gran Melia Colon Seville, one of which was designed by José María Olazábal, providing no shortage of opportunities to practice your swing.
Most of the 189 rooms at Gran Melia Colon are outward-facing, with beautiful views of the city centre and Calle Canalejas, Magdalena church and Cruz del Calvario. Each floor of the hotel is dedicated to a famous artist, from El Greco to Goya, and all rooms feature
the latest technology and exquisite hardwood furniture, complemented by signature details by well-known interior designers. In addition, Grand Premium rooms have an elegant leather chaise lounge, side table and glass bathtub integrated into the room.
The Gran Melia Colon Seville and its surroundings provide an array of sporting activities, from bullfighting lessons and horse riding to trekking and boat tours. Guests can play tennis and table tennis or rent indoor basketball and volleyball courts. Around the city, the famous Cathedral of Seville and the Museum of Fine Arts are not to be missed, while the Isla Magica theme park is just 15 minutes from the hotel.
Guests at the Gran Melia Colon Seville can discover the unique flavours of Andalusian cuisine through a great choice of dining options at El Burladero, El Tendido and The Majestic. Traditional Spanish tapas were invented in Seville and the popular El Burladero now serves some of the best traditional tapas dishes with a surprising modern twist. Meanwhile El Tendido offers light dishes and sweet and savoury snacks in an atmosphere dedicated to the culture of bullfighting, and The Majestic serves a mouth-watering international buffet
Calle de Canalejas, 141001SevilleSpain