Hotel Novotel Sevilla Marques del Nervion

Seville Hotel
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Total Meeting Space225 sq. m
Guest Rooms170
Avenida Eduardo Dato 71
Seville 41005

Hotel Novotel Sevilla Marques del Nervion

Seville Hotel
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Room Features and Guest Services

  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Luggage Storage
  • Room Service


  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Pet Friendly
  • Rental Car Service
  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • AV Capabilities

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Outdoor Pool

Venue Accessible By

  • Bus
  • Taxi
  • Train

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space225 sq. m
Meeting Rooms5
Largest Room225 sq. m
Second Largest Room150 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms170



Local Attractions

The Cathedral and the Giralda

Historical Landmark
10 minutes away
The cathedral of Sevilla is the fourth-largest cathedral of the world. It was constructed on the Great Almohad Mosque in 1401. The Cathedral holds valuable treasures such as, the remains of Christopher Columbus and a spectacular golden altarpiece, the Retablo Mayor. Symbol of Seville, the Giralda is the bell tower of the cathedral with a height of 97 meter from where you can enjoy the best panoramic view of the city. The tower was built at the end of the 12th Century as the minaret of the large mosque that was destructed by the Catholics when they took the city back. The Giralda is the only remain of the old Mosque.

Isla Mágica Theme Park

20 minutes away
Enjoy la Isla Mágica, the thematic park of Sevilla, with seven different atmospheres and various of mechanical rides of the latest technology and shows. The new aquatic Park, oponed since April 2014, offers new attractions for enjoying the Summer in Sevilla. Isla Mágica Park is oponed from April to November (see the calendar on the corporate website) Booking available at the reception desk of the Hotel.
Isla de la Cartuja
Sevilla 41092

Royal Alcázar

Historical Landmark
10 minutes away
The Alcázar of Seville is a royal palace and was originally a Moorish fort. It is the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe and it was registered in 1987 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, along with the Cathedral and the General Archives of the Indies. The gardens are also beautiful, where the gentle murmur of the water and the smell of the flowers create a paradise atmosphere. During Summer, concerts are sometimes held in the gardens (See concert schedule on the The Alcázar website). Picture from
Patio de Banderas, s/n.

Museo del Flamenco

10 minutes away
Discover the traditional dance of Andalucia by visiting the interactive Flamenco Museum where you will see traditional dresses and movies of the most famous Flamenco dancers. You can also practice yourself the art of the Flamenco during a 30-minute class and then enjoy a Flamenco show with the profesional dancers. There are also in the city centre lots of "tablao" where you can enjoy a Flamenco show. Entrance tickets available in the reception desk of the hotel. Please ask us if you need further information.
Calle de Manuel Rojas Marcos, 3
sevilla 41004

The Real Maestranza Bullring and the Museum

8 minutes away
Emblematic monument of Sevilla and the Andalucian culture, the Real Maestranza Bullring is a beautiful example of bullfighting architecture. Built in 1761, it is one of the Spanish centre of the tauromachy hosting more than 240 years of bullfight history. The Real Maestranza is today still in use for bullfightings. The bullfighting season usually begins on the afternoon of Easter Sunday and continues during the festivities of the April Fair. There are also more bullfights on agreed dates, such as Corpus Chriti, Patron Saont of the City (15 August), the last weekend of September, the Fair of San Miguel or the day of Virgan del Pilar which is the official season ends (ask us for further information about bullfight schedule). The bullring also has a museum where visitors can learn more about the worls of bullfighting through an exhibition of costumes, photographs and paintings. The entrance to the museum also gives access to the ring.
Paseo de Colón, 12

Sevilla F.C. Stadium

2 minutes away
The official stadium of the Sevilla F.C. Football team.

Plaza de España and María Luisa Park

Historical Landmark
15 minutes away
The Plaza de España was built because of the Ibero-american Exhibition of 1929, held in Seville. He mixed a style inspired by the Renaissance with typical elements from the city: exposed brick, ceramics and wrought iron. Its floor plan is semicircular and painted ceramic benches representing all the provinces in Spain are arranged round the square. Maria Luisa Park is Seville's great urban park designed by the French landscape gardener Forestier for the Ibero-american Exhibition in 1929. A large part of its squares, circuses and monuments are dedicated to national literary figures, like Bécquer or Cervantes, and undoubtedly one of its characteristics is the widespread use of fountains, ponds and furniture made from brick and ceramic tiles. Enjoy a ride on a horse-drawn carriage or a bike ride through the park to discover the beauty of this large urban park. Picture from

Semana Santa y la Feria

In Spring, the two most important traditional events of the Sevillan culture take place: the Holy Week (la Semana Santa) and the Sevilla Fair (la Feria). The Holy Week is celabrated during the week leading up to Easter. During the entire week, processions of "pasos" parade throughout the city streets on the rhythm of the traditional music band and carrying wooden sculptures of individual scenes of the events of the Passion. The city is crowded with residents and visitors who come to see the spectacle and atmosphere. The Seville Fair takes place two week after Easter in a vast area next to the Guadalquivir River where rows of "casetas" (private tents that belong to prominent families, groups of friends, clubs or associations) are temporarily built. It begins on Monday at midnight and runs six days, ending the following sunday. This is an unmissible event for the inhabitants of Seville. Each days, the party starts at midday with parades of carriages and riders. The Sevillan women are dressed up in their "traje de flamenca" (flamenco style dress) and men and women spend all day and night long in their "casetas" dancing "Sevillanas", drinking Jerez sherry or manzanilla wine and eating tapas. Picture from

Distance from Airport

  • 7.9 km from Venue


  • Paid Parking


Well-located near two shopping and leisure centres, and opposite the Sevilla F.C soccer stadium, Novotel Sevilla is easy to get to by road, from the airport or from the train station. You can also get to the old quarter on foot or by public transport (stops 50m from the hotel) in just a few minutes. The hotel boasts 170 rooms (with 15 executive rooms, 2 suites and 4 adapted rooms), a restaurant, rooftop and children's play area. Its spacious rooms and well-lit events rooms are fully equipped.

Additional Information

- Free WIFI wireless internet access in all rooms and public areas - Free Web corner on a Mac - Free tea and coffee facilities in all rooms - Outdoor swimming-pool (open from may to september) - Fitness room - Reduced mobility facilities - Bar and Claravía Restaurant with Mediterranean cuisine - Private indoor parking (with surcharge)


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