Hotel was clean, comfortable and the staff was very friendly. All staff members greeted guests and very helpful. The breakfast was outstanding. There was a lot to choose from. I will be going back to Sevilla and definitely stay at this hotel.
Very nice hotel in the center of Seville Close to all main attractions Very friendly and supportive staff Great breakfast with a lot of fresh and yummy choices Room was really big and cozy Just better coffee machine might be more appropriate for 5 stars hotel
The hotel itself is very nice, all modern amenities. Comfortable and quiet. All very nice. The best part of this hotel, though, is the two young women at the front desk. We wanted to see flamenco dancing and they went out of their way to find great recommendations for us, including times, descriptions, ...
We expected much more from a four star hotel. Lobby is nice and appealing, however the room is at best average. The room is in need of updating for a four star hotel, particularly the bathroom. Staff is not very customer service oriented, however he breakfast was good, had a variety of foods.
The layout of this hotel is far from typical yet it was one of the features we liked the most. You will enjoy it more with minimum luggage. Rooms are spread out and accessed in some cases by really cool tunnels, decorated in stone. There are patios and fountains throughout the hotel. It is easy to ...
Just off Plaza de Santa María la Blanca, this hotel was actually easy to find while driving our car through the narrow streets of the Barrio Santa Cruz. The attendant parked our car for us and we had a swift, friendly check in. The rooms are commodious and the public spaces welcoming. The only dissatisfier ...
Bustling with vibrant Andalucian spirit, Seville is the heart of Southern Spain. Split by the Guadalquivir River, Seville's history, including Roman and Arab rule, is around 2,200 years old. Visitors will discover a medley of Moorish and Gothic architecture, remnants of the Spanish Civil War, and ultra-contemporary design. Hotels in Seville are available from backpacker hostels like Oasis Backpackers' Palace, to the luxurious Oasis Islantilla, which is located near the beach of the same name.
Reflecting the very sophisticated and chic character of modern Spanish design, the Seville Conference and Exhibition Center is like a palace, with grand auditoriums, the Chamber Mosque, exhibition halls, and restaurants on the premises.
Indulge in the traditional Spanish tapas dishes famous in the Andalucian region, at the highly recommended La Manzanilla or Taberna Coloniales, or indulge in a coffee at Cafe de Indias across from the Cathedral of Seville.
The Real Alcazar is a fascinating adventure for visitors who want to explore the history of local royalty, Christopher Columbus, and Moorish architecture amidst galleries, hallways, and gardens.
Pick up some hip, urban clothing at the popular Bershka market, discover unique designs at the Stradivarius, or find clothing that is truly refreshing and very European at the trendy Blanco.
Catch the infectious Spanish love for football by watching a game at the Sevilla FC Stadium, or, if you are up for it, watch a traditional bullfight at the Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza.
The apartment is on a cul d'sac, so it was fairly quiet. The location was perfect for exploring the gothic quarter. Our hostess, Nuria, was very nice and helpful. The bed was very comfortable. the bathroom was modern and had a large shower.
Amazing staff. Did everything to make our stay comfortable, went out of their way to help us with getting tickets, providing recommendations. The location is close to everything. Highly recommend it.
The location of this hotel is outstanding. It is in the heart of Bario Santa Cruz and within 5 mins walking distance to the major sites. The hotel is lovely and our room was decorated nicely. We stayed in a standard room, and there was plenty of space for two adults and our luggage. We didn't have a converter to charge our phone, and the hotel had one available. The hotel had complimentary bottled water, tea, coffee, and soda 24h. Breakfast covered the major items like fruit, pastries, bread, and scrambled eggs. I can only think of two cons: 1. The rooms face an open area like an atrium, and breakfast is served on the main floor. I was woken in the morning by the sound of clinking forks on plates. As breakfast picked up, so did the sound. 2. The hotel was so nice, but the bed was not comfortable. It was little too old and hard. For the price of the room I would have expected a little better quality mattress. Otherwise, it is a wonderful hotel and I highly recommend it.
Good location, but no parking, the staff is excellent, the room is OK.