Article about the Hotel on La Crónica de Sevilla newpaper

By | 24 January, 2013 | 0 comments

  

The university digital newspaper La Crónica de Sevilla“, belonging to CEADE (information sciences area) has issued an article on Alcoba del Rey de Sevilla Hotel an the possibility this hotel offer to purchase handcraft andalusi items directly imported from Moroco.

To view the article on the internet, you just clic on the link below:

http://www.lacronicadesevilla.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1611:un-hotel-donde-qtodo-lo-que-se-puede-tocar-esta-en-ventaq&catid=40:economia&Itemid=64=

  

Screenshot of the website showing the aforementioned article on the internet

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Saint Valentine’s Special Offer

By | 19 January, 2013 | 0 comments

 

Sorprende a tu pareja y traela a pasar una noche especial para las fechas de San Valentín!!!!

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Por sólo 125€ (i.v.a. incluido) puedes pasar una noche maravillosa e inolvidable en una habitación doble superior llena de encanto y romanticismo. Tu pareja jamás te olvidará. Dale el gustazo porque se lo merece.

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Y por 25€ más (i.v.a.) incluido puedes reservar una Junior Suite romántica.

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Te ofrecemos gratuitamente una botella de cava, bombones, inciensos de Marrakech, velas y el desayuno en la habitación.

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Y si lo deseáis, por un suplemento adicional de 50€, podréis disfrutar cada uno de un agradable masaje relajante de media hora.

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Esta oferta es válida del 8 al 17 de febrero de 2013 y no es acumulable con otras ofertas o descuentos.

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Si deseas reservar u obtener más información, puedes contactar con nosotros en cualquier momento de la siguiente forma:

—- Por teléfono954 91 58 00

—- Por emailinfo@alcobadelrey.com 

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Compilation of 360 degrees compositons featured up to now

By | 12 January, 2013 | 0 comments

 

    

Today we publish a compilation of all the 360 grades photographic compositions that we have featured here up to now.

These spherical compositions have been taken from the website of Sevilla in 360 grades (www.sevillaen360.es), excepting the last one in the list, San Luis de los Fraceses Church’s, which has been obtained from the website of Diputacion de Sevilla.

We published the first 360 grades composition on 28th November last year, and up to now we have issued 18 in all, which you can find here below.

By this we intend to let you enjoy images of Seville with a small informative and historical depiction so you come to know places that you are not acquainted yet and get in touch again with those you are already familiar with, increasing your knowledge about them.

Arenal District (1):

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/arenal1/arenal1.html

Arenal District (2):

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/arenal2/arenal2.html

Postigo Arch (Arco del Postigo):

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/postigo/postigo.html

Basilica of Gran Poder:

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/elgranpoder/elgranpoder.html

Town Hall from Nueva Square (Plaza Nueva):

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/ayuntamiento/ayuntamiento.html

Alamillo Bridge:

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/palamillorio/palamillorio.html

Constitucion Avenue (1):

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/avenidadelaconstitucion/avenidadelaconstitucion.html

Constitucion Avenue (2):

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/avdconstitucion2/avdconstitucion2.html

Guadalquivir River:

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/guadalquivir/guadalquivir.html

España Square (Plaza de España) (1):

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/plazadeespana1/plazadeespana1.html

España Square (Plaza de España) (2):

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/plazadeespana2/plazadeespana2.html

España Square (Plaza de España) (3):

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/plazadeespana3/plazadeespana3.html

Interior of Basilica of Macarena:

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/lamacarena/lamacarena.html

Giralda:

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/lagiralda/lagiralda.html

Gold Tower (Torre del Oro):

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/torredeloro/torredeloro.html

 

Parliament of Andalusia:

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/parlamento/parlamento.html

Macarena:

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/arcodelamacarena/arcodelamacarena.html

San Luis de los Franceses Church:

http://3web.dipusevilla.es/SanLuis/visitavirtual/sanluis.html

Issue published by Alcoba del Rey de Sevilla Hotel, your Hotel in Sevilla:

www.alcobadelrey.com

 

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Arenal District in 360º

By | 10 January, 2013 | 0 comments

 

On the website by Sevilla in 360 degrees (www.sevillaen360.es) we can find 360 degrees photographic compositions showing the most typical, characteristic and distinctive monuments and places in Seville.

If we click on the link below, we can watch Arenal district (Barrio del Arenal) in 360º (http://goo.gl/maps/AATsf). Arenal (meaning sandy ground) is one of the most characteristic and representative districts in Seville and is located in the old town between the river, the bull ring and Plaza Nueva. Very well known in this area are the following streets: Adriano Arfe, Dos de Mayo, Temprado, Velarde and Antonia Díaz. In the wake of the discovery of America and the resulting trade with the West Indies in the 16th and 17th centuries, this district became one of the most important port areas in the world. The quarter currently occupied by the bull ring was at that time a sandy esplanade where all kind of lively activities typical of a prosper trading harbour city were to be found. Nowadays this district is the meeting point of many Sevillian people who gather around the world of bullfighting, flamenco, theatre, opera and the Holy Week. Some places deserve a special visit: Hospital de la Caridad, the old Royal Shipyard (Reales Atarazanas), the Bull Ring and its museum, Torre del Oro and the Chapels of Carreteria and Baratillo Brotherhoods.

– Link # 1 to Arenal district in 360º:

  www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/arenal1/arenal1.html

 

– Link # 2 to Arenal district in 360º:

  www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/arenal2/arenal2.html

 

We recommend watching compositions in 360º in full screen mode and increasing the zoom. This tools are provided on the left lower side of the website.

  

Further information on Arenal district on:

  www.sevillainformacion.org/sitios/barrios/arenal/index.html

       

Issue published by Alcoba del Rey de Sevilla Hotel

   www.alcobadelrey.com/en

     

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Arco del Postigo in 360 degrees

By | 9 January, 2013 | 0 comments

 

On the website by Sevilla in 360 degrees (www.sevillaen360.es) we can find 360 degrees photographic compositions showing the most typical, characteristic and distinctive monuments and places in Seville.

If we click on the link below, we can watch Arco del Postigo (Arch of the Wicket) in 360º (http://goo.gl/maps/obJ1a). The Arch of Postigo (Arch of the Wicket) is also known as Postigo del Aceite (Wicket for Oil), a name it was given since it was the gate through which olive oil arrived in Seville. Together with Macarena Arch is the only presently remaining access of the old city wall. It is located in Almirantazgo Street, by the royal shipyard, and was erected in 1107 by order of emir Ben Yusuf. In the 12th century it was called in Arabic “Bad al-Qatay” (Ships Gate) as the shipyard for building boats were found right beside.

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Link to Arco del Postigo in 360º:

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/postigo/postigo.html

       

We recommend watching compositions in 360º in full screen mode and increasing the zoom. This tools are provided on the left lower side of the website.

  

Further information on Arco del Postigo on:

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Postigo_del_Aceite 

       

Issue published by Alcoba del Rey de Sevilla Hotel

www.alcobadelrey.com/en

 

This picture is a screenshot of the 360 degrees composition taken from the aforementioned website.
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Basilica of Gran Poder in 360

By | 5 January, 2013 | 0 comments

 

  

On the website of Sevilla in 360 degrees (www.sevillaen360.es) we can find 360º photographic compositions showing the most typical, characteristic and distinctive monuments and places in Seville.

 

If we click on the link below, we can watch Basilica del Gran Poder in 360º (http://goo.gl/maps/ijkHy). This basilica was built in 1965 and is inspired in Agrippa’s Roman Pantheon. Located by San Lorenzo Church (from the 13th century and of Gothic-Mudejar style), is the see of Gran Poder Brotherhood and lodges the wooden sculpture of “Nuestro Padre Jesus del Gran Poder” (Our Father Jesus del Gran Poder), a figure carved by Juan de Mesa in 1620.

 

 

Link to Basilica del Gran Poder in 360º:

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/elgranpoder/elgranpoder.html

  

We recommend watching compositions in 360º in full screen mode and increasing the zoom. This tools are provided on the left lower side of the website.

   

Further information on Basilica del Gran Poder on:

www.gran-poder.es

       

Issue published by Alcoba del Rey de Sevilla Hotel

www.alcobadelrey.com/en

 

 This picture is a screenshot of the 360 grade composition obtained from the aforementioned website

  

 

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Seville Town Hall seen from Plaza Nueva in 360º

By | 31 December, 2012 | 0 comments

 

On the website of Sevilla in 360 degrees (www.sevillaen360.es) we can find 360º photographic compositions showing the most typical, characteristic and distinctive monuments and places in Seville.

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If we click on the link below, we can watch Seville Town Hall in 360º. Seville Town Hall was mostly built at the end of the 15th and beginning of the 16th century. The architect in charge of its construction was Diego de Riaño, who designed the area of the building looking into San Francisco Square with the exuberant Platereque façade that we can behold nowadays, two storeys and the small arch that contributed access to the old Franciscan convent existing by that time in the current Plaza Nueva (New Square). The façade presently visible in this square, of Neoclassical style, was designed in the XIX century, when the building was restored and a third storey was added.

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Link to Seville Town hall seen from Plaza Nueva in 360º:

http://www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/ayuntamiento/ayuntamiento.html

We recommend watching compositions in 360º in full screen mode and increasing the zoom. This tools are provided on the left lower side of the website.

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Further information on Seville Town Hall on:

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayuntamiento_de_Sevilla

   

Issue published by Alcoba del Rey de Sevilla Hotel

www.alcobadelrey.com/en/

 

 

 

This picture is a screenshot of the 360º composition taken from the aforementioned website

 

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San Luis de los Franceses Church in 360º

By | 29 December, 2012 | 0 comments

 

 

La página web de la Diputación de Sevilla nos ofrece una composición en 360º del interior de la Iglesia de San Luis de los Franceses de Sevilla, sita en el número 37 de la Calle San Luis (http://goo.gl/maps/4BfSp) y a menos de 10 minutos a pie del Hotel Alcoba del Rey. Finalizado en 1730, este templo constituye el ejemplo más sobresaliente del barroco sevillano, por lo que bien merece una visita.

Podemos disfrutar de la composición en 360º haciendo clic en el siguiente vínculo:

http://3web.dipusevilla.es/SanLuis/visitavirtual/sanluis.html

   

Más información sobre la Iglesia de San Luis de los Franceses en:

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iglesia_de_San_Luis_de_los_Franceses_(Sevilla)  

      

 

Esta fotografía es una captura de pantalla de la composición en 360º, obtenida de web http://3web.dipusevilla.es/SanLuis/visitavirtual/sanluis.html

    

Nota publicada por Hotel Alcoba del Rey

www.alcobadelrey.com

 

 

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Barqueta Bridge

By | 26 December, 2012 | 0 comments

 

El Puente de la Barqueta (http://goo.gl/maps/uMave) fue diseñado por los ingenieros Juan José Arenas y Marcos Jesús Pantaleón y se construyó entre 1989 y 1992. Su verdadero nombre es Puente Mapfre, ya que fue financiado por esta entidad aseguradora. Cruza el Guadalquivir para unir el casco histórico de Sevilla con la Isla de la Cartuja, donde se celebró la Expo’92. De ahí que alguna gente también lo conozca como “puente de la Expo”, ya que daba acceso a esta gran muestra.

Es un puente colgante de un solo ojo y se compone de un gran arco de acero de 214 metros cuyos extremos forman un pórtico triangular en cada lado y un tablero de 168 metros que atiranta el arco y que se apoya únicamente en cuatro soportes verticales (dos en cada extremo) sobre las orillas.

El Puente de la Barqueta está localizado a tan sólo 300 metros del hotel Alcoba del Rey de Sevilla y es un símbolo de la eficiente compatibilidad de lo antiguo y lo moderno de la ciudad, ya que une un casco histórico de 2000 años de existencia con el parque tecnológico y empresarial de Sevilla.

Mas información sobre este puente en:

www.sevillaguia.com/sevillaguia/puentes/barqueta.htm

    

Más fotografías del Puente de la Barqueta en:

www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151312349538048.495959.39070923047&type=1&l=80f39e54cd

     

Nota publicada por Hotel Alcoba del Rey de Sevilla

www.alcobadelrey.com

     

 

 

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Alamillo Bridge in 360º

By | 21 December, 2012 | 0 comments

On the website of Sevilla in 360 degrees (www.sevillaen360.es) we can find 360º photographic compositions showing the most typical, characteristic and distinctive monuments and places in Seville.

If we click on the link below, we can watch Alamillo Bridge in 360º. Alamillo Bridge, with a length of 200 meters, is a cantilever spar cable-stayed bridge on the Guadalquivir River. It was designed by the engineer and architect Santiago Calatrava and finished in 1992 for the Universal Exhibition. It provides access to Cartuja Island and is part of SE-30 highway.

Link to Alamillo Bridge in 360º:

http://www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/palamillorio/palamillorio.html

We recommend watching compositions in 360º in full screen mode and increasing the zoom. This tools are provided on the left lower side of the website.

  

Further information on Alamillo Bridge on:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puente_del_Alamillo

 

Alamillo Bridge on Youtube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpUZEAtW8C0

 

Issue published by Alcoba del Rey de Sevilla Hotel

http://www.alcobadelrey.com/en/

 

 

Picture by Eloy Mejias

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