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Sultry Sevilleshe of the gorgeous architecture and famed flamenco dancers, will the home of the sixth Nobu Hospitality project in Spain, this time in partnership with Millenium Hospitality Real Estate SOCIMI. This is the third joint project for the two, which includes Nobu Hotel Madrid and Nobu Hotel San Sebastian.

The new Nobu Hotel and Restaurant Sevilla will open in the spring of this year on the Plaza San Francisco. Created out of two 19th-century homes, its unique architecture includes a circular reception area with pillars. The new guestrooms and suites will be spread out over four floors and will follow the traditional style and elegance of the brand and, of course, a Nobu restaurant, serving views of a Roman wall from its terrace seating. A fitness center will be open for your clients to burn off the calories from what will more than likely be amazing lunches and dinners, as well as a huge rooftop area with dining and a swimming pool with views of the Cathedral and the Golden Tower.

“We are delighted to be partnering with MHRE on our third hotel and restaurant, following the announcements of San Sebastian and Madrid, and to be opening our sixth Spanish hotel for the brand,” said Trevor Horwell, CEO of Nobu Hospitality. “Seville is a charming, historic city that has emerged as a must-visit destination for many of our Nobu guests and we are confident that the Nobu brand will be embraced by local residents and international travelers alike.”

Seville: The Ideal Backdrop for a New Nobu Property

Seville’s Moorish ancestry is evident in its world-famous architecture, filled with royal palaces, cathedrals, churches, palatial homes and even Roman ruins. Nobu’s newest location, the Plaza San Francisco, has been the city’s main public square since the 16th century and is home to the Ayuntamiento, or city hall/ It is in the Historic Center of Seville. The Roman walls beside the restaurant were part of Romula Hispalis (third century AD) and were discovered in the Plaza in 2021.

Flamenco dancing, tapas bars and the land’s famous oranges will also be part of your client’s experience when you book them at the Nobu Sevilla. Keep in mind this is also where the famous Feria de Abril takes place right after Holy Week, when the streets fill up with people from all over Spain eager to celebrate after the penance of Lent. It’s an incredibly colorful affair, and the women’s long dresses, bright shawls and painted fans compete with each other for attention.

For more information, visit nobuhotels/sevilla.