Concierge.com's insider take:
Located in the labyrinthine streets behind the cathedral and just across from the Giralda Tower, the Hotel Los Seises occupies a 16th-century archbishop's palace. Excavations have revealed Roman mosaics, Renaissance paneling, and Arabic columns and tiling, most of which is still on display. The property's 42 rooms feature tile floors and Roman arches, as well as amenities like air-conditioning, satellite TV, safes, and minibars. There is a good-sized garden, as well as a rooftop pool and restaurant with impressive views of the Giralda Tower and Seville skyline. The restaurant, La Cocina de los Seises, serves traditional Andalusian food and local wines.