Hotel ME Reina Victoria was built on the plot that occupied the Palace of the Counts of Teba, at Plaza Santa Ana, where Merimée started writing Carmen. During 20th-century was th bullfighters meeting point. Hemingway stayed at it many nights, and even mentioned it in one of his books.

Today, this building still retains its original facade. However, its interior has been renovated by designer Keith Hobbs including design furniture, eclectic accessories and innovative artworks.

The highlight here is the terrace, ‘The Roof’, a must for the summer nights. With a chill-out room it is perfect to take the first cocktail while enjoying the most exclusive views of the city.

+ info Hotel Me Reina Victoria

Address: Plaza Santa Ana
Phone number: 902 14 44 40

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