Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Seville

Browse our carefully selected range of serviced apartments in Seville, handpicked with the business traveller in mind. Enjoy a fully-equipped kitchen, a comfortable bed, and a home-away-from-home while you are away from yours. Situ's corporate, high-quality Seville apartments are located close to the town centre too, and bookers can even enter addresses into the Situ website to check travel times between work locations and their property.
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About Seville


Welcome to Seville, the largest city in southern Spain and the capital of Andalusia. Famous for its beautiful architecture, as well as for its flamenco, tapas and sangria – think of Spain and you think of Seville!

About Seville

Why Choose Serviced Apartments in Seville?

Seville is an ideal city in which to work. Our first-class serviced apartments in Seville cover all the needs of the business traveller, while at the same time offering quality rest and relaxation.

We provide the balanced combination of amenities you need for a business visit. All our properties have a fast and reliable internet connection, spacious living areas, and laundry services. The dedicated working area is furnished comfortably and has plenty of room for your devices.

Self-catering apartments in Seville offer the corporate traveller the flexibility that is so often necessary on a business trip. You’ll find that all our properties have a fully-equipped kitchen and a defined dining area.

All our apartments are conveniently located for transport. Many are close to the centre of Seville yet away from noisy streets, creating a unique atmosphere for business. Or you could check out the aparthotels in Seville, where guests can make use of facilities such a gym. Browse our serviced apartments in Seville and choose the perfect one for you.


Where is Seville?

Seville lies 300 kilometres southwest of Madrid and 130 kilometres east of the Portuguese border. Founded on the banks of Gualadquivir, Seville used to be a major gateway to Andalusia and grew to become a major metropolis of the Spanish Empire. Today, Seville still relies on river transport, but the road network has grown in importance. The SE40 motorway is a partial ring road for Seville, connecting the largest southern and eastern suburbs.

The A4 motorway runs across the city to Jerez in the south and to Cordoba in the east. The A92 will take you to Malaga in two hours or to Granada in 2.5 hours.

The mountain resorts of Sierra Nevada are only 300 kilometres away. Follow the A49 to the west for Faro and the beaches of Portugal. Part of the A4 between Seville and Cadiz used to be a toll road, however now all the motorways around Seville are toll-free.


Invest in Seville

Innovation in Seville blends with tradition. Behind the laid-back charm of the blooming orange trees, a dynamic economy is to be found. The well-developed international sector is based on three main branches: aircraft engineering, olive oil manufacturing, and processed fruit export.

The aviation industry is the main component of the economy of Andalucia. The manufacturing is concentrated around Seville airport in the districts of San Pablo, Tablada, and the Aeropolis technological park. Aeroplanes, satellites, and other space exploration equipment and their components are manufactured here, which also attracts highly qualified personnel.

The city council and regional administration of Seville and Andalucia fund projects aimed at improving the quality of life in the city. There is also a lot of regular investment into the public transport network, sustainable industries, and green energy.

The Andalucian regional government actively supports local and foreign businesses, aiming to boost economic growth in the region. Due to its efforts many new enterprises have had a successful start in Seville.

The Andalucian IDEA agency focuses on investment into innovation and provides an ample range of information services, recruiting, legal and immigration support, and access to subsidies. Add to this a well-developed industry, the largest river port in the country, and a generally high quality of life and you’ll see what makes Seville such an attractive destination.

Of course, to make the most of your business trip to Seville, you need a hassle-free place to stay. Do browse Situ’s range of serviced apartments in Seville and find your ideal home-from-home in this vibrant city.


Relocate to Seville

Spain has great potential as a destination for relocation, and Seville as the capital city of Andalusia is a popular destination for relocating a business or for remote working. The reason for such popularity is two-fold. On the administrative level, immigration rules in Spain favour skilled professionals and take into account universal human rights. The community is friendly and the region boasts a very healthy environment, good ecology, and a relaxed lifestyle.

Visitors to Seville benefit from its excellent transport infrastructure, a variety of available housing and offices, as well as high-quality services. Seville has a large English-speaking expat community, so there is a network of services dedicated to this community. This includes English-speaking lawyers and health centres, real estate agencies, and international schools.

Properties in Seville are affordable both to let and to buy, although prices may vary per district. The recent increase in remote working and online commercial activity will affect the real estate market in the suburbs too. This is likely to improve the offer of commercial properties and industrial estates in the commuter area of Seville.

Opting to stay in a serviced apartment makes sense while you are settling into your new job. Our comfortable self-catering accommodation in Seville offers a hassle-free stay, freeing you up to concentrate on finding your perfect longer-term home.



By Air

Seville San Pablo Airport is the sixth largest in Spain. It is located 10 kilometres away from the city centre and 110 kilometres away from the coastal resorts of Costa de la Luz. The airport mainly focuses on national travel.

To get to the city, use the dedicated airport bus line EA, connecting the city centre and the airport, with multiple stops across the city. A taxi ride is much quicker but is more costly. There is a convenient car rental service at the airport, although parking in the city centre may be an issue.

By Rail

There are two lines of the underground in Seville. The first one, Line 1, runs across the city from west to east and connects the Expo city and south-east Seville. There are three travel zones along this line, and the fare depends on the number of zones a passenger crosses.

To avoid the trouble of counting zones, opt for a Bonometro card or buy a travel card for unlimited rides for the day. Line 2 connects the central Plaza Nueva Square to the central district of San Bernardo. Trains run late into the night and start early in the morning.

By Bus

The only service provider in Seville is Tussam, a state-owned transport company with nearly 50 lines. Ticket options vary, and short-term visitors are advised to consider a special tourist day ticket. All multiple-use tickets can be bought from a Tussam kiosk in the street, at the airport, and at the main bus station.

The Sevillian climate favours cycling, and there are over 250 different spots where you can rent bikes. Look for Servici kiosks to buy your card and top it up for credit.

Taxis in Seville are easily hailed in the street and the fares are the same for all companies.

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