AC Ciudad in Sevilla was built in 1927 by architect
Vicente Traver as part of an ensemble of residential houses
designed on the occasion of the 1927 Universal Exhibition.
The hotel is in one of the most emblematic residential areas
in the city, Avenida Manuel Siurot and between the streets
of Cardenal Ilundain and Juan Lara Nieto. Very close to
Plaza de España and Parque de María Luisa, it is also near
the historical centre of the city. It is a hotel which combines
turn of the century architecture with an up-to-date avant-garde
elegance. Renovated in 1998, the hotel has 94 rooms, some
of which are junior and residential suites. There is a wide
TV choice in the rooms as well as two telephones and computer
and fax connection. The hotel has its own parking area,
fitness centre, outdoor swimming-pool, restaurant, lounge-bar
and reading room, the hotel also offers four conference
rooms of different capacities.