NH Sevilla Plaza de Armas4.0 out of 5.0
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It looks mainly like a business hotel, and is not in the most central location, but I was pleasantly surprised. The room was comfortable, with a well-designed bathroom. A great walk-in shower! We called reception for an ironing board and were told they were all in use, but they would bring one as soon as it became available. It sounded like a pass-the-buck type of reply, but lo an behold, when we returned from breakfast, there it was waiting for us in the room. In the afternoon we found a note under the door asking us to let us know when we were done with it, so I'm thinking it wouldn't hurt if they bought a few extra. Speaking of breakfast, there was a great selection of different dishes, both sweet and savoury. Coffee could have been a bit better, especially since there is so much good coffee in Spain. The one thing I missed, was having a power outlet next to the bed. I use my phone as an alarm while it charges overnight, and when the alarm goes off, I don't like having to jump out of bed to turn it off. Other than that, I really enjoyed my stay.
Traveled to Sevilla and getting there was a bit of a challenge as it was a little ways from the train station. However once I got there the staff was very courteous. The receptionist spoke English which was a plus. The bed was comfortable and quiet. I ordered a sandwich from room service and the food was very high quality and had a good flavor. The only small issue I came across is that the staff for room service had issues with English and I ended up using Google Translate to help explain to take my tray away when I was finished. I can't blame the staff for me not being able to speak Spanish. Other than that small hiccup, the overall experience was great!
Easy to reach, as the bus from the airport stops at the Plaza de Armas, with nice, clean and up to date rooms this hotel is nice for those who don't want to be in the busy touristic center. It is still centrally located to see the many different sights, churches and hotspots Sevilla has. So if you put on your walking shoes you're about 15 minutes away from The Basilica de la Macarena (with the weeping Virgin of Hope) and the old Murellas at one end of town and the Cathedral and Real Alcazar at the other end of town
Our second visit to Seville and this hotel. Extra comfortable bed. And very large. Good size rooms with a spacious shower. Coffee machine and kettle in the room which is appreciated if you don't have breakfast included. Nice pool area but there was a wedding on when we visited so the bar was closed and the area you could access was quite small and crowded. The worst part from our perspective was that our room was on the top floor and the noise from people walking around was very loud. Though thankfully by midnight this ended. Can't really say reception was that welcoming this time although we were very lucky to be allowed to our room way before check in time which was appreciated. Ideally located next to the bus station which is handy for the bus from the airport. Plus a large supermarket on your doorstep. Our room was clean and the bed linen fresh. Recommend restaurants not far from the hotel Azotea on Zaragoza and la chunga on Arjona. The bull ring is close by and the bridge too take a wander over to Triana. Having stayed here twice now I would still stay again the only reason for 4 out of 5 was the frosty reception and noise from the wedding.
This is, by far, the worst 4* hotel I've ever been to! My husband, our 7-year-old and I spent 9 days in Andalusia in April, stationary in Seville, this hotel, partly during the Holy week, so lot of hotels were totally full and we ended up here. I must say: the tripadvisor community is not reflecting the real state of this hotel. Starting with what is good: good breakfast, lots of choices, gluten-free, good coffee, fruit, salad, have no complaints. Location also very good, walking distance to city center, bus station, tourist bus station. Wifi available. But the staff, the maintenance, cleanliness - not 4*. First when we arrived, in the bathroom with the smell was broken showerhead and window was opening by itself or by wind. But, when you have a complaint, suddenly nobody speaks english. Or any other language. Had to show the guy what's wrong. He screwed up the window (with screwdriver), so it couldn't be opened anymore. Tomorrow we could change the room, but the shower door was broken. Ok... Little black hairs all over bathroom. I decided to close one eye... Wanted room service one evening. After one hour waiting, called again to ask if they forgot. "Ok, one burger, coming madame", the guy said. Got totally raw burger, after another 1/2 hour. Called the kitchen to ask them to cook it a bit more, because my little daughter doesn't like it, they don't understand. "You want one burger madame? What room?" Called the reception to help me out, and the guy HUNG UP ON ME. So my daughter went to bed hungry because it was already midnight. So, dust under bed, bad drain in the sink, crackes all over the bathroom (suppose it's an old hotel and they didn't renovate for some 15 years), always problems with windows, bad isolation from other rooms, unhelping staff with bad knowledge of languages although working in tourism... I don't understand it. You cannot rely on staff. I only see the manager responding on tripadvisor reviews, but when you are there and need help...no manager. Just the guy hanging up the phone.
Stayed here for six nights and it's an excellent base for exploring Seville – about a 20 min walk to the main sights but in a nice neighbourhood by the river with plenty of local restaurants, bars and shops close by. You can also walk across the river into Triana, where there are some really impressive and cheap tapas bars filled with locals and a few tourists. Our room was a good size, with space for a cot, and it was clean and well-maintained. We didn't use the rooftop pool or gym but went up there for half an hour and it was a little oasis in the midst of a bustling city. The breakfast buffet was around €16 per head but very, very impressive, with lots of fancy pastries, smoothies and other options on top of the usual hot food, cereals, meats and cheeses; you can even select pieces of fruit and ask for your own smoothie to be made. (I don't generally stay in places where that kind of thing is an option, so I was impressed!)
As like most of the chain hotels, this particular hotel is in a convenient location, clean and modern. The rooms are small but as we were only spending a night in Seville, it was not a big issue. The bathroom is well appointed, but when showering the whole of the bathroom can be flooded due to the rather bad design of the shower glass panel over the bathtub! Also the walls in the rooms are quite thin - we can hear the guests in the next room coughing and talking.
Located within easy walking distance to the cathedral and other major attractions, this is a good choice especially if you need to park a rental car. It is not in the center of the crowded tourist zone, but is next to a major supermarket and shopping mall in the old train station. Comfortable beds, AC and hot water that works, a very good choice.
Stayed during week leading up to Easter. Good option to ensure American like amenities are available. Attentive staff and assistance with navigating around town, suggestions for dinner and assistance with taxi service.
Read some mixed reviews on TA but was pleasantly surprised Location is central enough that you can walk anywhere easily but not right in the middle of all the bars and nighttime craziness so we slept very well (beds are large and comfortable) It's a modern hotel so don't expect anything cutesy or typically Spanish....but it's kept superclean and I didn't see the signs of wear and tear that some other reviewers complained about...we were on the top floor....great views of the river and the market next door Breakfast is really excellent....amazing choice and great quality ! I would definitely stay again for the right price....it wasn't cheap in April as it was around the Easter period
- Walking distance to Museum of Fine Arts and Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Outdoor pool
Located in Historical Center, NH Sevilla Plaza de Armas is adjacent to Museum of Fine Arts and within a 15-minute walk of popular sights like Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza. This 4-star hotel has 262 guestrooms and offers an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and a fitness center. Located in central Seville, the hotel is also near Seville Cathedral and Alcazar.
This hotel serves as home to a bar, along with a restaurant that specializes in Spanish cuisine. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10:30 AM.
All 262 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, safes, and phones. Guests can expect flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Beds sport pillow menus and bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Desks are also included.
Guests of NH Sevilla Plaza de Armas have access to an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a rooftop terrace. Self parking is offered for EUR 16 per day. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this family-friendly hotel include free WiFi in public areas, 5 meeting rooms, and a conference center.
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75% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 2391 reviews