A five star hotel located on the banks of the River Guadalquivir which captivates the visitor from the first visual impact. It is located at only fifteen minutes from the centre of Seville and is characterise by a series of features which make a difference:

  • Situated at 20 minutes from the centre and at 500 metres from the Isla Mágica Theme Park.
  • A convention centre with capacity for 1,200 persons.
  • 295 rooms which stand out due to their amplitude and luminosity.
  • 10,000 square metres of garden.
  • Select and innovative gastronomy.
  • Adapted to disabled persons.
  • A convention centre and 33 meeting rooms.
  • High-speed Wi-Fi free of charge.
  • A fitness room and sauna.
  • A large outdoor swimming pool and a heated swimming pool (from April 2016).
  • A car park with charging points for electric cars.
  • Additional services such as foreign currency exchange, car, motorbike and bicycle rentals, contracting of trips and nanny and medical services (on previous request).

The prestigious architect Javier Carvajal developed the project of the Barceló Renacimiento Hotel in 1992 in accordance with the following ‟ideas-forces”:

  • Three circular nuclei, which symbolise the three caravels of Columbus, the physical support for the Discovery of America.
  • The Arab-Andalusian architectural tradition of buildings relatively isolated from the exterior and with interior life around the patios.
  • Basic use of the curved line as a paradigm of the pleasant and flexible.
  • Strengthening of the compression-expansion effect, so pleasant for the user at psychological level, an effect which is verified and experimented by the relatively low ceilings of the movement areas between the three nuclei and the grand height and luminosity of these.
  • A certain ascetic, postmodern rigour in the use of basic materials and the absence of adornments not strictly functional.

«The high artistic quality of the group ensures that the hotel will be progressively incorporated to Seville, with its recognition as one of the architectonic landmarks of the city.»

Javier Carvajal