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.
Close to major sites, plenty of bars and restaurant options within walking distance. Pool at the rooftop was nice since it was 90+ degrees when we visited in May. Room was small but very clean and modern; we were a party of 4 sharing a room so it was expected to be a tight fit.
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.
Lena welcomed me to the hotel and to Seville with such cheerfulness, I felt comfortable immediately. The hotel is situated on a narrow, one way street around a corner and two blocks from the Plaza de Arms mall and bus station. Seville's transportation system is excellent. For 1.40 Euros, travelers ...
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.
Extremely helpful staff. Large, clean rooms. Would definitely recommend
Very convenient location, good breakfast, good wifi, great staff.
Beautiful view, great location, definitely an experience.
Next to stadium. 10 min bus or metro ride to all major stops. Major shopping complex around the corner. Only small drawback was that we didn't get a third set of towels for the 3rd person in our room till the day after.