An elegant landmark in the historical and cultural hart of Seville
The Gran Melia Colon doesn’t have white-glove service; it specializes in RedGlove Service. This concept combines the standards of typical white-glove service with pure Spanish passion. Gran Melia Colon opened its doors (as the Hotel Majestic) for the Universal Exposition of 1929—the only hotel with en-suite facilities in every room—and has been surprising guests ever since. The 189 rooms and suites are divided among floors that are dedicated to famous Spanish artists: Velázquez, El Greco, Goya, etc. They’ve stocked the hallways with reproductions of their works and even installed lighting in the corridors that mimics an art gallery. In addition to art, Gran Melia Colon is known for its culinary scene, which includes signature tapas at Burladero, Mediterranean cuisine at the Majestic and upscale cocktails at the Tendico lounge. A wellness and fitness center round out the facilities. Located in the cultural and historical center of Seville. The hotel is a longtime favorite and is considered a major landmark by locals.