Apartamentos ATH Domocenter3.0 out of 5.0
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Minimalist in architectural design and minimalist in what it provides in the rooms.The hotel has a lot of good points but generally it feels a bit like staying in a conference hall.Fortunately what there is is all brand new and the rooms are spotless but it's modern and bleak.The walls are thin; snoring can be heard. The rooms are designated as apartments but only a bed, table and two chairs are supplied. It has an expensive cooker, fridge and microwave but virtually no kitchen utensils; just a few plates and a bit of cutlery and one frying pan and saucepan. Coffee cups had to be requested. Apparently the hotel doesn't expect guests do any cooking. The rates seem to be good but it's out of town next to the motorway so it's a popular transit hotel.The area is a safe residential suburb and quiet. Taxi is over 20 Euro to the centre but there is a bus (No.163) every half hour which takes around 25 minutes to Plaza de Armes.The all female reception staff are excellent, friendly and helpful.Wi-fi is free in the rooms. Light breakfast is 5 Euros and there are snacks available all day. If you're driving and just staying for a couple of nights it should suit very well.
Stayed there over a weekend, the room was neat and nicely furnished (few small stuffs were missing such as an electric kettle and other kitchenware). The breakfast is not the best, however not much complain from us since we decided not to include any. There are many places around the hotel if you fancy a drink or late dinner such as few bars, pizzerias, which is very convenient. And of course there are plenty of places for free parking around the hotel. One final thing there is a 20min drive from the hotel to the centre of Malaga therefore having a car is recommended. happy with my stay!
Domocentre was a very pleasant stay, from the moment we arrive the staff were friendly and very competent. Once checked in we made our way to our Studio Apartment and was very pleasantly surprised, Kitchen with basic plates and utensils, family size fridge, double bed very comfortable, good working aircon. Domocentre also has the option of breakfast included (which we didn't take) a decent cafe where you can buy sandwiches, snacks, coffee, etc.... . The domocentre is a bit out of town so if you don't have your own car, there are regular buses a 3 minute walk that drop you at the city centre bus stop which is also the terminus so you can't go wrong. All in all very happy with our stay and would recommend staying here.
I have to say that this is one of the nicest places i've stayed in before the staff were exceptionally helpful friendly and kind, nice clean cozy/ comfortable rooms children friendly you couldn't ask for more, i will definitely recommend this hotel to anyone of any age you won't be disappointed it's also very affordable and the food's great to.
A nice and clean hotel with the essentials needed for a trip to this region of Spain. Big room, good housekeeping, special office rooms with options to bring children exists, and also baby change rooms scattered around the hotel. Easy free parking in the area. Internet access in the rooms is included. Not too many power outlets except around the bed area.
The apartment is very good but I believed that it's was on the south as recommended on your map because we had un flight very early the next morning and we wanted be near the airport. We have lost many time to find the apartment !!! I'm hungry on the Gala Hotels !!!
This hotel was a very comfortable and affordable tourist rest stop. My family and I were touring Spain in late May 2014 and found this hotel outside Seville. The one inconvenience is the long distance away from the main city, but the quality of service and affordability are well worth the stay. Breakfast is served in the morning. Free WiFi is available, but I don't remember whether it's just in the lobby or if it's available in the rooms as well.
This Aparthotel is located really far from the center of Seville, which is not a problem if you have a car. It has parking spaces near the hotel, and the rooms are large. However, the room were we were had no internet connection, so we needed to go to the hotel's lobby to get it, for free.
I stayed at the DOMOCENTER from 19th - 31st May 2014 whilst on a skydiving trip to "Skydive Spain" in Seville. I shared a twin self catering room with another lad and it cost €37 per room per night... We arrived at 01:30 in the morning and a very friendly English speaking receptionist was there in the 24 hour reception to meet us and get us to our rooms. The room was spacious with plenty of storage, it had a well laid out feel to it with the kitchenette and lounge leading onto a good sized balcony (child friendly) overlooking a residential area with a small piazza type commercial complex. A wide variety of local restaurants are within easy walking distance, all at a reasonable price. The kitchenette within the room had all the usual utensils you would expect (pots & pans / knives, forks & spoons / cups & glasses etc) apart from a corkscrew / bottle opener... The hob didn't really get hot enough to boil water so I used the microwave. A sub standard level of "free" wi-fi is also available throughout the whole establishment. Plenty of cheap local shops & supermarkets on the way too and back from the Skydive Spain DZ (which is approx 8 miles / 15 minutes away). Good free parking directly outside the DOMOCENTER with plenty of spaces. The rooms were cleaned to an acceptable standard on most days and towels were changed when needed... The only down side was that it does look a little tatty and a lick of paint with a bit of DIY here and there would do the place the world of good... As long as your not expecting the Ritz and want some cheap accommodation close to the DZ then you won't be disappointed.
I stayed at the Domo Centre in April 2014 whilst on a skydiving holiday. At first glance the Domo Centre looks like a 1960’s concrete building, unwelcoming and very unappealing but on the inside the décor is extremely welcoming and absolutely spotless. The reception area is very spacious and painted all in white giving it a rather sterile feel. The receptionists were all great during my stay and were very helpful indeed. The rooms are very nice and roomy, but this is where the good points end. The beds are really uncomfortable, the air con isn’t really any help and the sofa isn’t worth sitting on unless you like a bad neck. I had a small kitchen in my room but absolutely no utensils or pans etc to work with… Not even a kettle so I could have a drink in the morning??? The bathroom was absolutely tiny and when you turned the shower on the shower head couldn’t handle the pressure and kept flying towards the ceiling. It became a battle to judge the water pressure and have a shower without getting continually brained by the out of control shower head whilst flooding the bathroom… Breakfast (if you chose it) is in a small deli type café next to reception although I strongly recommend that you avoid it like the plague. A terrible mix of toasted bread or baguettes with unidentifiable toppings of (I think) pate, jam or a form of Dairylea… All were awful and trying to get a cup of English breakfast tea was nigh on impossible. Go to the café down the road and you will get a lovely ham and cheese baguette with a choice of teat for under a fiver, well worth it. For me this hotel wasn’t anywhere near worth the price, but if you can handle the beds and like a certain type of breakfast then this place is fine, for me though it just wasn’t up to the mark in so many ways, not an unpleasant stay but far from nice. When returning to Seville I won’t choose this hotel again.
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