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Tucked down a quite street round the corner of the tapas bars with a lovely small flamenco bar next door no need to go to a big expensive show.....
The Rooms are clean and the staff are friendly and helpful.
We stayed for a few nights.The apartment was clean and quite big but very basic.There is no kettle , and the crockery, cutlery , utensils and pans
are minimum. The underground parking is expensive as well The staff are friendly and helpful. It is walking...More
This hotel is located away from the city center. I took the bus from the train upon arrival because the taxi line was long. I either hopped on the wrong bus or was given bad directions because the bus never took anywhere close to my...More
I stayed in this hotel for two nights. The room is very spacious, which includes a living room, a kitchen, a bedroom and a bathroom. More than enough to host a family of four. The location of the hotel is awesome, and it takes less...More
Reception people spoke enough English for each of us to get by which is very helpful.
All the rooms are entered from an enclosed patio lined with flowers even in January. All windows from the rooms also look out onto the patio so you get...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
US$54 - US$182 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#53 Luxury Hotel in Seville
Non-Smoking Rooms ,
Number of rooms
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Response from iververtz | Reviewed this property |
The hotel has an elevator to get from the parking garage under the hotel and from the lobby on the 1st floor to the second level. and the walkways are wide enough fore a wheel chair, so yes I would say that it is suitable... More
The hotel has an elevator to get from the parking garage under the hotel and from the lobby on the 1st floor to the second level. and the walkways are wide enough fore a wheel chair, so yes I would say that it is suitable for disabled people. There are busses that stop about 500 ft up the street in the Plaza of pillars of Hercules and that area is very disabled friendly. Also you could call a Taxi that would come right to the front door of the hotel and they are not very expensive at all in Spain. As far as places to explore; Seville is full of churches and historical destinations both to the North and south of the hotel close enough to be in walking distance without a bus but for disabled bus would be the way to go. I would recommend that you learn some Spanish, have a good map (I was surprised to find that AAA has some excellent city maps for Spain) and as I have said before in other reviews- take a compass with you, you will be amazed how turned around you can get in the winding streets there. You might check out Google Maps it will show you most of the major destinations, hotels , restaurants and even bus stops in the city-- be sure to take in the Plaza la Encarnacion it is a structure built over the plaza that has no straight anything to it and you can ride an elevator to the top and walk all around it there is a snack bar at the top also, and get amazing views of the city because there is not much that is taller then the walkway anywhere in the city. On the street level under the structure is a market for meat, fish, produce that you won't believe. By the way
Catedral de Sevilla is not very far from the above Plaza and you don't want to miss it and the treasure rooms are full of items made of gold and silver undoutedly from the New World. Have fun!