The Radisson Collection Hotel, Magdalena Plaza Sevilla, located on a palm-tree-lined pedestrian square, has opened its doors to welcome the exceptional to Spain.
The property becomes the country’s first brand.
The five-star hotel, located in the heart of Seville and close to royal palaces, theatres, and museums, proudly presents Michelin-starred chef Eneko Atxa and chef Manuel Berganza’s innovative Spanish cuisine.
As one of Spain’s most prestigious hotel projects, the elegant design draws inspiration from the city’s history and a mix of architectural styles throughout its guest rooms, restaurants, and rooftop bar and pool.
The hotel’s opening is part of Radisson Hotel Group’s ambitious growth plan in Spain, and it is the group’s first hotel in Spain to open under the Radisson Collection brand, which is known for providing exceptional service and guest experiences.
“Radisson Collection brings together iconic hotels in one-of-a-kind locations around the world that stand out for their exceptional style and authenticity.
“They are designed to be unique in each city where they are located, such as Moscow, Milan, London, Copenhagen, Bodrum, and Shanghai,” explains Federico González, CEO of Radisson Hotel Group.
“Seville is an ideal location for the launch of this brand’s first property in Spain.”
There are currently more than 40 Radisson Collection hotels in operation or development around the world, spread across three continents.
The Radisson Collection Hotel, Magdalena Plaza Sevilla, has 89 rooms, five suites (two of which are penthouse suites with private spacious terraces and spectacular views), a pool, solarium, gym, and two exclusive restaurants.
The 89 rooms and suites are designed to be both relaxing and fashionable.
Soft blue furnishings complement the refined palette of bronze fittings, translucent glass, marble, and parquet floors.
Black and white photographs of Seville have been curated for the walls to celebrate the city’s architecture and urban life.
The bathrooms have round mirrors and a vanity designed by the architects; the curve of its bronze drawer echoes the hotel’s architecture.