The hotel has good location. It is situated close to the railway station, bus station and tourist attractions. The hotel is really nice. Our room was big and comfortable. It was warm inside in December. We had small kitchen with the fridge and teapot, so we cooked a little bit.
We had room adjacent to a terrace on the roof and after 9 p. The staff is professional, very friendly and helpful. I recommend you this hotel. The cathedral and palace were the high points.
The bullfighting arena which has room for 12, spectators is well worth a visit for architectural reasons. It is a good idea to go to the Information Centre to find out when places are open as I went to two famous churches, only to find that they were closed!
There are so many restaurants and tapas bars that travellers can walk round the city and take their pick. The hotel Inglaterra is well placed in the old town and from there it is relatively easy to walk to the most important sites. Don't forget the wonderful temperatures which were up to 25C in early December.
Had a great long weekend in the Nervion area of Sevilla. Despite it being the end of November, the weather was sunny and warm, and the city people were friendly and very welcoming. We had a great first day on the Saturday - with a tapas bar meal for late lunchtime and an Italian restaurant meal in the evening.
We enjoyed a good Sunday evening watching the Sevilla v Valencia football match, with our hotel - Hotel Ayre - just a leisurely 5 minute walk from the ground. Then spent the Monday in the city centre, with an enjoyable river cruise trip and a walk around the other attractions such as the Alcazar Place, the Golden Tower, and more Genuinely, a great place It is warm place ,and very convenient.
U can go to see Flemenco in the near musume. And it is near to the Spain squire for 2. For a business trip. It is near to Sevilla SJ. I also go to church and see Missa celebration. I miss the train to Barcelona,maybe Sevilla want me to stay long ,jajaja.
For next trip in spain, Hotel Seville is my 1st choice. Alcoba del Rey is a beautifuly decorated hotel with the most accommodating staff, and the Princessa Wallada was the best room I stayed in throughout my stay in Spain! The three French doors that opened from my room to the square made it a great view, fresh air, and lots of natural light. Also the bathroom had a huge bathtub that fit both my companion and I, with dual sinks for space for all my toiletries.
I would highly reccomend this hotel. And this specific room if you can! Fabulous location to all old town attractions, palace, cathedrals and a minute or so to stumble upon the first of so many wonderful tapas bars in the beautiful Seville passageways. Staff were so friendly and informative. Even a real coffee machine in the room. Highly recommend this lovely hotel. The property was right in the centre of the old town up a laneway , it was the perfect location for us for a city break with my husband for a long weekend!
The staff recommended a flamenco show for us in a small theatre not far away and it was the highlight of our weekend! This hotel was a great place in Old Town Sevilla, Spain.
The facilities were clean. It was within 5 mins. The Metro was about a min. The food at the hotel restaurant was good plus hotel breakfast buffet had a great variety for a reasonable price. Great value! Loved everything. Gorgeous palace like boutique hotel with huge comfy rooms, luxury towels and Hermes products. Complimentary mini bar in room too. Fabulous location in old town. Eddie was a great host and helped us book a traditional Flamenco show which was amazing.
Would definitely stay here again and highly recommend. Perfect location for sightseeing. The hotel has been remodeled from an old townhouse and has a beautiful patio and inside fountains and everything that is typical for Seville. The staff was very friendly and accommodating.
Rooms were cleaned daily, so that even the older flair of the premises is maintained appropriately. Great location and really nice boutique hotel into the old town with great renovated rooms.
I really enjoy this place it was wonderful. I want to say a " huge'' thank you to the great staff at the reception desk because they help me to found my bag that i forgot to the public bus Pleasant stay Very charming, old style hotel with musical themes in the heart of old town Seville.
It has a very European ambience. Location is central to everything. Breakfast was reasonable, continental style on a lovely terrace where you can also go for a drink in the evening. The hotel is perfectly located in the old town - restaurants and shops close by. Also well located to walk to the meeting points for the fabulous free walking tours of Seville. Clean rooms and really helpful staff. Very nice and cosy hotel was the first hotel to stay in spain and totally good value for money , the hotel is very generous the breakfast buffet was amazing and staff are really nice and helpful.
It was by far the best hotel I booked in Spain. Fabulous hotel, the reception staff were so friendly and helpful and the room was perfect. A hidden gem in the narrow streets of old town, Seville! Gorgeous hotel in a great bit of old town Seville.
Massive bed, clean, rooftop pool with bar, just gorgeous. Staff really friendly and helpful. Great location, host was very informative and all was very organized and clean. Bed was the most comfortable during my entire stay in Spain. The location, staff , services, It is really among the best hotels in Spain, I recommend it for everyone visiting Seville. Locations is everything. Amazing place. Very welcoming staff. Great location in the City Centre of the old town of Seville. Incredible location, across the road from the Cathedral.
Nice, comfortable and clean, absolutely brilliant. Everything was just perfect starting with the checkin with Tatiana thanks so much for making our stay perfect thanks for all the useful tips and taking all the time to help. List your property. This includes essential security and accessibility features. We use this information to improve our website and services.
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With several clusters of tapas bars, it has a quieter, more residential feel than Barrio Santa Cruz, and there are numerous tiny plazas and appealing churches to discover.
There are numerous mid-range, self-catering options here, as well as several hotels. Across the river from El Arenal is the up-and-coming neighborhood of Triana, renowned for its distinctive character.
Accommodations consist of several high end and boutique hotels, short-term apartment rentals, and a few budget hotels. This is a quiet neighborhood, with very few hotels on the periphery and practically no dining options to speak of, though the tapas bars of Triana and Macarena are both within walking distance.
South of Triana is Los Remedios, a purpose-built residential district, with apartment blocks and fashion boutiques lining wide, straight avenues. Apart from several mid-range hotels, there are numerous self-catering options. Best Neighborhoods in Seville for Sightseeing: Barrio Santa Cruz, El Arenas, and Centre Since these three central neighborhoods are right next to each other and imminently walkable, all three are very convenient for sightseeing.
Barrio Santa Cruz is excellent for access to the biggest attractions: the Cathedral and the Alcazar. Centre is particularly good for shopping, and also for fine arts at the Museo de Bellas Artes. Lively pockets of nightlife dot the historical center of the city, as well as Triana. Triana is very much a local scene, with lively tapas bars open until the wee hours of the morning, particularly along Calle Betis. The tapas bars and cocktail bars dotted around Centre also attract a mix of visitors and locals.
Triana and El Arenal are renowned for their down-to-earth tapas bars where simple local dishes are beautifully executed. Macarena offers a mix of excellent tapas bars, along with some sit-down restaurants specializing in fusion cuisine.
Both Centre and Barrio Santa Cruz have a mix of old-school tapas bars serving Andalusian standards, new wave gourmet tapas bars, fine dining establishments with traditional Spanish cuisine and even some international restaurants serving sushi and Indian food.
Centre is walkable, has good family-friendly hotels and is closer on foot to the Isla Magica theme park, which is across the river in La Cartuja. While Los Remedios is further out of the center and short on sights, there are good, family-friendly hotels here, as well as a large park for kids to explore. Must be something about the picture-perfect tiny streets, tiny plazas filled with orange blossoms, horse-drawn carriage rides by the Cathedral, some excellent formal dining options and intimate boutique hotels where Old World architecture meets personalized service.
Still rough around the edges, this working-class neighborhood is where Seville used to produce all the beautiful ceramic tiles that you see around the city, though few ceramic workshops remain open. The cobbled streets here resemble Barrio Santa Cruz, but the houses are far less grand and the lively tapas bars along Calle Betis consistently fill with locals. Best Neighborhood in Seville for Walking: Barrio Santa Cruz This neighborhood consists of a maze of numerous tiny streets lined with bars, shops, and restaurants that are a pleasure to explore on foot.
There is little in the way of traffic and some streets are entirely pedestrian.