Prestigio: Nestled between delicious tapas, awe-inspiring architecture and world-famous flamenco dancing
The perfect stay – NUMA Prestigio
The bright, colourful 20th-century building lies in Seville's central and historic San Bernardo district. NUMA Prestigio boasts not only a unique location with a huge rooftop terrace with breathtaking views and a pool to relax in—it also offers high-quality interior design, with plenty of aesthetic eye-catchers made by NUMA artists specifically for this location. The classic balustrade of the terrace is a real eye-catcher and embodies the beauty of Seville in every detail. The modern, spacious design apartments feature fully equipped kitchens and contemporary bathrooms, and they’re built for four to six people—perfect for a trip with the whole family or a group of friends!
Seville’s endless summer
When summer’s come and gone for the rest of Europe, Seville keeps the warm and sunny situation going throughout the winter months. An Andalusian excursion isn’t just a good idea in autumn and spring—guests keep coming all year round, attracted by compelling travel offers and the promise of some Spanish sun. Seville's artistic and cultural heritage makes the capital of Andalusia a trendy destination 365 days a year, while its countless historical highlights invite you to visit a unique mixture of Arabic and Catholic architectural styles—including the Seville Cathedral and its famous bell tower 'La Giralda', for example.
Views and brews for the digital age
Seville’s got plenty of places to see (and be seen). María Luisa Park is one of the city's most famous sights, boasting exotic palm trees, tiled benches and arabesque pavilions to make the perfect photo spot for your next social media post. However, the park's heart is Plaza de España, a fascinating square with a spectacular fountain and a boat canal running through it. In the Alfalfa district, you can find Plaza de La Encarnación, a public square that delights with unexpected architecture. The Metropol Parasol—locals call it 'Las Setas'—is the largest wooden structure in the world that hovers high above the square. If you want to enjoy a panoramic view of the city, be sure to climb to the top. There's even a rooftop bar where you can end your day in style.
Lights, camera, action!
Seville's most famous locations continually attract filmmakers, who adopt the city’s rich architecture to create worlds of their own. Take the royal medieval palace Alcázar, for example: in Game of Thrones, it appears as the beautiful water gardens of Dorne and the home of the ruler of House Martell, Prince Dorian. It’s located in the city centre—right next to NUMA Prestigio.
There are three more NUMA locations in Seville: NUMA Solea in the lively Museo district, as well as NUMA Molina and NUMA Jondo in Santa Cruz.
Flexibility and comfort for modern travellers
With its modern hosting concept and advanced tech solutions, NUMA combines the quality of a boutique hotel with limitless flexibility.
Thanks to our online check-in and the PIN code you use to access the building and rooms, we save you the hassle of waiting in line (and easily lost key cards). So you'll be in your beautiful room faster, where we've designed every inch to make you feel right at home. Super-fast WiFi, high-quality premium mattresses, sustainable coffee and hot insider tips for exploring the neighbourhood are the little things that make a big difference.
Whether you're just staying for the weekend or settling in for longer, technology and design combine in the tastefully decorated rooms and apartments to create a welcoming feeling of home.
numa was founded right before the pandemic and offers modern travellers "hotels of the future" in Europe's most popular hotspots. The company gives the hotel industry a new face, by leading it into a new era, for the next-gen travellers: digitized processes simplify every step of the journey and individually designed apartments with timeless interiors carefully fitted into the neighbourhood, provide uniqueness and bring some soul to travel. numa’s hotels are located in metropolises such as Berlin, Barcelona, Madrid, Milan, Rome, Seville, and Vienna.