Welcome to Melia Lebreros, your Seville “home away from home.” Melia Lebreros aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Seville, Melia Lebreros Hotel is located a short distance from Centro Historico de Sevilla (1.1 mi) and Torre Giralda (1.1 mi).
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Melia Lebreros features a concierge and room service. In addition, as a valued Melia Lebreros guest, you can enjoy a pool and breakfast that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to parking.
If you like seafood restaurants, Melia Lebreros Hotel is conveniently located near Canabota, La Cantina, and Becerrita.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular castles, such as Real Alcazar and Palacio de San Telmo.
Melia Lebreros puts the best of Seville at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We should not be nitpicking this great hotel. For the prices we paid, we ought to. The open parts of hotel, the ones that is not out of bounds, looked to be overlooked in cleanliness. Rooms and staffs nice.
Fantastic staff, service impeccable, Hotel wonderful. Clean, tastefully decorated, in room service of a high Standard and food great. We will definitely return. I have only praise for this Hotel. Professionalism ++++++++++
I first went to the Melia Sevilla and after waiting in a queue for ages the one unfriendly man at reception told me that their executive rooms on what they call The Level were closed due to Covid although they were showing available on their website. He quoted €93 for a room whereas the price on the hotel's website was €92. The bar and gym were also closed and the hotel just looked like a large concrete block with no charm whatsoever. I had a look at their swimming pool which was really small then walked to the Piazza de España which was nearby and after that took a taxi to the Melia Lebreros which was much more central. It was opposite El Corte Inglés department store and near a bus stop to the airport. The first thing I did was have a look at the pool which was about 22 metres long and would have been great for swimming lengths if there hadn't been steps all along the shallow end. I joined their membership programme to get 2,000 points and got a room for €57.45 which was a much better deal than the Melia Sevilla. I got to my room and was a bit annoyed that they had given me a handicapped room without asking me if that was alright, it wasn't so I went back to reception and got a different room. I was glad that the bed had a double mattress unlike the 5 star Barceló Sevilla Renacimiento where I had stayed the previous night and which only had single mattresses in all of their rooms. The room was smaller than the Barceló with two armchairs and an oval table. There were no individual toiletries, just shampoo, conditioner and shower gel dispensers and the bathrobes were miniscule. I went across the road to a nearby tapas restaurant called La Flor de Azafrán (turn left on the way out of the hotel, cross the main road and continue for a few metres and you will find it on your left) for a late lunch and it was fairly good with reasonable prices. I had a drink in the hotel in the evening and the barman was very friendly. The gym was small but at least it was open. The a/c in the room was just alright. The bed and pillows were comfortable and I slept well. I would definitely come back here because of the swimming pool.…
It's difficult to know what can be related to covid and what should be excused but this hotel isn't one that we will come back to. It doesn't feel welcoming, or friendly. In fact it just has a touch of grumpy, that you can easily experience for less money. One of our towels had a huge hole in it, the robe is only fit for sixteen year old girl and bathroom sinks that dont drain. It's a nice suite and great location, just a shame it lacks any warmth.
We should have been staying at The Melia Sevilla but our booking was transferred over the Melia Lebreros. And we are happy that it was, the staff were fantastic (apart from one grumpy old man Serving behind the bar) We are English and the language barrier at sometimes was a little difficult but then we can’t speak Spanish! Everything was kept perfectly clean, hand sanitiser everywhere, if ever you had an issue it was resolved instantly. The room was beautiful the pool area was lovely, Disappointed that the pool bar was closed and they could have had a member of staff going around the pool once an hour or so taking orders for drinks or even the towel person selling bottles of water from a fridge, definitely a missed opportunity for both the customer and themselves. The real negative issue that never got sorted was the repulsive sewerage smell in the ladies toilets on reception level, it was absolutely awful, if you go in once you will never go in again and it really did need sorting out. …