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Hotel Seville

302 N Main St, Harrison, AR 72601-3532
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Updated 02/06/20


#2 of 7 hotels in Harrison
The full service historic lodging accommodations of the 1929 Hotel Seville places you in the heart of Harrison, just a few miles from the scenic Buffalo River. Guests enjoy a gracious experience in fully renovated guest rooms and baths, offering Wi-Fi and flat screen TV's. Buffet breakfast is included in your stay; including biscuits & gravy, scrambled eggs & sausage, cereal, muffins, yogurts and fruits.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
Horseback riding
Business Center with Internet Access
Banquet room
Baggage storage
Bar / lounge
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
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Tyme4relaxing wrote a review May 2022
Frenchburg, Kentucky2611 contributions268 helpful votes
This hotel is historic, the lobby is beautiful as is the outside. It was built in 1929. There is a parking garage with some covered parking available. Our room 2013 was on the second story. The elevator is very quick so watch your children and your hands. My biggest concern was our room didn't have a window. I always think about a fire hazard and that concerned me. It did have a sky light but there was no way you could get out of that. The shower was nice with a rain shower head. The bed was comfortable and the room was clean. There was no breakfast, just a store bought hard muffin and a cup of watery coffee. There must have been a school group or something staying because we could hears kids running and fooling around outside our door in the hall way. The staff was nice, recommended a great place to eat, Jamie's. I had to sign a waiver that I wouldn't get on the roof. I don't know what that was about, I didn't see anyway to get on the roof. We came, we stayed, we left. Nothing really more than average.
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Date of stay: May 2022
golden21wife wrote a review Apr 2022
United States71 contributions25 helpful votes
My husband and I just completed a 1 night stay at the Seville. On booking this hotel, we were both very excited to stay at a century old hotel and looked forward to the craftsmanship and history inside. On arrival, we were very impressed with the outside of the hotel. It definitely looked old and historic but it was very well kept. We parked in the attached parking garage and excitedly went inside. The lobby has been renovated to mirror the hotel in it's former glory. The hotel has an impressive staircase and atrium which was reflective of the craftsmanship of early turn of the century hotels. It was decorated nicely including an old phone booth and pictures around the lobby showcasing the hotel in it's former glory. The hotel clerk at the front desk was very, very friendly, thorough, and got us checked in quickly. She explained everything we needed to know about the hotel and sent us on our way. Up to now, we were highly impressed with the Seville Hotel. The hallways were decorated with many pictures of Harrison during the early part of the 1900's and it helped reflect the hotels history. Arriving at our room is where things went downhill. We had booked a King Suite (Room 2009) and expected it to be renovated to reflect the hotel in it's former glory. Instead, we felt like we walked into an old roadside motel. The living area consisted of a standard motel pull out couch, a motel desk/chair and mirror, and a college style refrigerator. The refrigerator sat under a Formica countertop that was bowing in the middle due to the weight of the microwave oven and coffee maker. It had no cabinet or front underneath which exposed the plumbing. The cable TV wires to the television were exposed and looked very tacky. I will mention that the room was clean though. Onto the bedroom..... The bedroom had a comfortable king bed. There were two small cheap night stands but only one lamp. The TV sat on top of a makeshift closet that had no door or curtain to hide your clothes. In the area where the TV sat, the hotel had a half of a piece of rough cut sheetrock stuck behind the TV to apparently make it look like there was a wall behind the TV. The sheetrock only covered half of the opening which made the area look worse than if they'd just left the area open. The bathroom had the same cheap Formica countertop as was in the living room with a fiberglass set in shower/tub combo. Noticeable were the chrome plated fixtures in the shower that were mounted poorly and in no way reflected the time period of the hotel. The door hardware had no uniformity through the room and the bathroom door would not latch. We had to set a towel on the floor to keep the door from swinging open. Maybe we expected too much but my husband and I expected the hotel would have put out the same effort into renovating the rooms to reflect the history and craftsmanship of the hotel as they did the lobby and common areas. Instead, we seen substandard workmanship, cheap hotel furnishings, and no effort whatsoever to capture the history, character, and craftsmanship of this old hotel. It would be very easy for owners to spend a little money in attempting to do this. Put some older period furniture in the rooms, ensure the door hardware, light fixtures, and faucets are uniform and antiqued (you can but it this way). Do everything possible to make the guest feel like they're staying in a 1929 hotel and not in a roadside $39/night motel. Finally the hotel could do a little better for breakfast. All that was offered was pre-packaged muffins, honeybuns, and fig bars. Coffee was the only beverage offered on a small 3 foot desk. Hotel Seville could be such a great theme hotel if the owner would choose to do so. The owners have truly missed a chance to capitalize on the history of this hotel. If you want to experience a stay at a old hotel, we would recommend driving another hour to Eureka Springs and stay at the Crescent or one of the older hotels there.
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Date of stay: April 2022
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claviclwyatt wrote a review Dec 2021
Shreveport, Louisiana8 contributions1 helpful vote
Coming from Dardanelle on Highway 7 around three hours before sunset, I was calling around for places to stay in Jasper or Harrison. I'd called several places and was surprised to hear they were fully-booked in the middle of the week, just before the Christmas holiday. I called the Hotel Seville and had a pleasant conversation with their desk clerk. She told me about the hotel and options for rooms -- you can have a suite for an additional charge. I opted for a standard room, but one of the only ones that had a king-size bed. After passing through Jasper and the downtown square right at sundown, we made our way through the dark on winding Route 7 from Jasper to Harrison. Entering Harrison, we realized we'd arrived at a town that sold alcohol. All of the counties we'd traveled through since leaving Texarkana had been dry. We found the hotel opposite the landmark Crockett Tower near the center of town. Harrison is a relatively large community and a regional hub. It has a Home Depot and a Hobby Lobby, among other national chain stores. We parked in the covered garage and entered through double doors into a stately lobby, elegantly and warmly lighted, with a mezzanine. The same clerk to whom I had spoken on the phone greeted me with a smile and checked me in quickly. We stowed our bags and dressed for dinner. Jamie's was recommended to us, but I chose Devito's because they had trout on the menu and I wanted that. They also had Italian food. It was a bit out of town (5 or so miles) but worth the drive. Arriving back at the hotel after dinner, we milled around the lobby, enjoying the displays showcasing the proud past of the hotel and giving a glimpse of some of Harrison's history. There's an old-style indoor phone booth in the lobby, perfect for a photo opportunity or a quick costume change to get away from your mild-mannered journalist persona. Our room was as-described, with clean carpet and a comfortable bed. The rooms have been renovated fairly recently. Despite all the new touches, you can appreciate that this hotel has been hosting travelers for over a century. They've taken that time to get it right. There's by-the-cup coffee in the room. I didn't see a full breakfast when I went down at 6 a.m., but there was brewed coffee, creamer, and packaged danish, etc. out. The hotel restaurant, Marie's, is currently closed. On the second floor, there was a business center with a desktop computer, printer, and ice machine. Also, around another corner on the second floor was a fitness center with three machines, one of which was a stationary bicycle. I hope to stay here again, and I characterize it as serendipitous the other places I called had no room at the inn.
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Date of stay: December 2021
Room Tip: Balcony, suite rooms available. I did not choose them but had a quiet standard room on the second...
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beachmountainhounds wrote a review Nov 2021
Greenville, South Carolina60 contributions16 helpful votes
We booked this hotel because it was close to family we were visiting in the area. Arrived after dark & had a hard time finding it, even though it's a very small town. Immediately got bad vibe upon arriving. Everything was severely out-dated & downright gross, but we had nowhere else to go. Our room was TINY & sparse, bathroom was even worse. We survived the 12hour stay but will definitely not return.
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Date of stay: November 2021Trip type: Traveled solo
Room Tip: Stay in another town!!!
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akot2015 wrote a review Oct 2021
Bengaluru, India4 contributions2 helpful votes
1) Ridiculously Over priced 2) Rooms were completely run-down. 3) Bed was creaking 4) Mattress was hard.. completely lost its fluff 5) Originally I got 205.. There was unbearable road noise. 6) Room size was too dingy 7) Later I got Room 2004.. This had no windows.. only a small skylight. 8) This room was adjacent to laundry room. Constant noise all night.. completely ruined the whole nights sleep 9) AC seemed broken. Though I increased temp, it was spewing out extremely cold air all night 10) The breakfast was non existent. It’s a shame. They should sop advertising breakfast included.. Only partial good thing is - Secure car parking. Yes you guessed right.. you can’t access it after 10pm and before 6am. Overall i would rate 1/10
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
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Tom P wrote a review Jun 2021
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Love eating at Marie's. Great food! One complaint: Why don't you have bar seats at the bar? Too bad. Would come in more often. And so would several of our friends. Is this a post-covid issue? Thank you.
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
judi wrote a review Jun 2021
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Shower has absolutely no water pressure. This hotel could be amazing if they would take the time and money and put it in needed upkeep.The elevator is in need of repair. This hotel has many opportunities especially for the price.
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
Janine B wrote a review May 2021
Harbor Springs, Michigan141 contributions39 helpful votes
I really wanted to like this hotel, the foyer is lovely, the food in the restaurant is great. Our room faced the parking lot in the rear which is brightly lit at night for security this meant the room was aglow with light all night. The blind did not block any of the light or sounds from outside. The bed was the worst I've ever slept on, billed as a queen it felt more like a full size the headboard was worn and town, every time we moved it moved and squeaked, the pillows were awful their cases were folded into them so they were tiny lumpy squares. The bathroom was so small that once you turned around you were back out, the toilet paper was under the sink. No where to put even our toothbrushes ! Sadly we left and only stayed one night, we were on our first vacation in a year and needed somewhere we could get a good nights sleep.
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Date of stay: May 2021
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ratnip1963 wrote a review Apr 2021
Harrison, Arkansas101 contributions9 helpful votes
This is a nice hotel no doubt remodeled in the recent past, and they did a very good job. It's really beautiful inside and out. It has some indoor parking which is real nice. Front desk people were very kind. I think they skimped on mattress quality as both me and my wife woke up a bit sore. Maintenence should check that 3rd floor window in the hallway by room 308 because the wood is in need of a touch up repair! I hope they find a new tenant for the restaurant as it seems the previous one is no longer there. Overall a very good experience.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Randy M wrote a review Jan 2021
12 contributions3 helpful votes
This hotel is beautiful for being almost 100 years old and its on the historic records. Only downside is because of covid there was only muffins and coffee for breakfast but the neighborhood diner is 1/2 mile down the road and is a great spot.
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Date of stay: January 2021Trip type: Traveled solo
US$96 - US$128 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Seville
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Seville?
Nearby attractions include Boone County Heritage Museum (0.6 km) and Lyric Theater (0.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Seville?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Seville?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Seville?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Seville?
Conveniently located restaurants include Neighborhood Diner, T's Bbq, and TownHouse Cafe.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotel Seville?
Yes, guests have access to a fitness centre during their stay.
Is Hotel Seville located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.5 km away from the centre of Harrison.
Does Hotel Seville offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Seville?
Many travellers enjoy visiting The Collier Homestead at Tyler Bend (2.4 km).
Is Hotel Seville accessible?
Yes, it offers facilities for disabled guests. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.