The hotel building which dates back to the 15th Century is one of the most historic buildings in the city of Seville. It was one of the ancient convents which were founded in the south of Andalusia in order to prepare monks and nuns who were going to preach and convert those areas colonised by Christopher Columbus. The convent was converted into a fully air-conditioned hotel which opened in 2003 and now comprises a total of 35 rooms. Facilities include a lobby with 24-hour reception hotel safe lift access café and a restaurant. This historic hotel is situated right in the centre of the city close to the main monuments the cathedral the Giralda and the area of Santa Cruz. All rooms come with a fully fitted en suite bathroom TV direct dial telephone a safe as well as individually adjustable air-conditioning and heating. Some of them have an unrivalled view of the cathedral and its Giralda Tower. The hotel also offers a suite with a balcony where guests can appreciate watching some of the brotherhood from the unique Seville Holy Week as they pass by. The suite also offers a hydro-massage bath. To reach the hotel from the airport guests should take the following streets: c/ Luis Montoto - c/ Águilas - Plaza de la Alfalfa - Cuesta del Rosario - c/ Hernando Colón - c/ Alemanes - c/ Mateos Gago - c/ Argote de Molina. If coming from the train station Santa Justa guests should also follow the above directions. If arriving at the hotel by car the directions depend upon the city of origin. It is therefore suggested that guests should phone the hotel upon arrival in Seville so that the hotel staff can directly explain the best way to reach the hotel.