Ratings based on 35 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Denver couple from Denver
Good price to be near Sevilla.Posted Oct 28, 2013
Large hotel, small town. 20 minute drive, easy access to old town Sevilla. Used public parking garage near the bull ring in Sevilla and were sightseeing right away. Loved O'neil's pub and the pizzeria, both right by the parking garage.
Recommendedby Sues from Europe
Romantic SuitePosted Sep 3, 2013 on Hotels.com
Only room available when I booked, took a chance and was pleasantly surprised. On arrival there was half bottle of bubbly and chocolates by the beds, quant touch.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
bitter nightPosted Oct 16, 2012 on Hotels.com
I can only say from all the bookings in Spain this hotel has BIG rooms. My room was attached to another room that the only separation was a double door with a 1 cm gap in the middle that been said, I could hear everything my neighbor was saying, thankfully they weren't so noisy, also if I wanted to I can see in between the gaps of what they were doing. Bathroom floor was full of hairs, and the water!. you adjusted the water temperature to a certain degree and you will get ice cold water or boiling water at times, it was so inconvenient to take a shower without getting burned. Hotel is 20 min on car to main downtown of Sevilla, and its located in a nice town. it took us awhile to find the hotel but asking and asking we finally found it. Parking is no problem.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Oct 4, 2012 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby Sam & Kieran from Brisbane QLD, Australia
Convenient if you dont mind a bus ride to the cityPosted Apr 27, 2012
This hotel is located west of the city centre but we found it easy to get to from the motorway and it has free parking. Its an easy 45 min bus ride into the Seville bus station (Plaza de Armas) however the bus stop is directly outside the hotel reception. We requested a double bed however ended up with two singles which we pushed together and the TV does not have any english channels. Bathroom was clean & modern, room is equipped with a mini-bar/fridge and the staff were very polite and helpful. The exterior of the hotel is in need of a facelift (they were still renovating the pool) and the carpets could do with an upgrade. Overall this hotel suited our needs perfectly as we enjoyed staying out of Seville city centre - would recommend.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Vienna, Virginia, USA
Far from City Center but Reasonable PricePosted Apr 15, 2012 on Hotels.com
Gran Hotel Solucar provided a reasonable price over the Semana Sanata Easter holiday week when all the city center hotels were either sold out or priced too high. We were traveling with 2 children and the hotel provided spacious room; in fact a 2-room upstairs/downstairs studio, big enough for 5-6 people. It was by far the most spacious accomodation we stayed in during our trip throughout Spain. Hotel staff were friendly and helpful. The rooms were clean. The food at the restaurant was good. There was free wi-fi in the room. The hotel was 10-14 miles from the city center. On our way in the taxi from the Plaza de Armas bus station cost about 30 euros. The day we left, it cost about 58 euros to the Santa Justa train station. We noticed on that day the taxi was running at tariff rate 2.2 or 220% more than the tariff 1 rate. Not sure why that was--perhaps the day of the week (Saturday) and time of the day (7:20 a.m.). There's a bus stop for the M-166 bus right in front of the hotel that takes you to the Plaza de Armas bus station for just 1.5 euro. If you can avoid the taxi, this provides a much more reasonable alternative to high priced city center hotels. Check with the front desk for the bus schedule. I believe it runs on the hour almost all day up to midnight. There's not much near the hotel but we dined at a local restaurant one night and it was decent. If you're on a short stay in Sevilla and will be spending most of your day in town, you could stay in this hotel and catch the bus to town and back. It will save a ton compared to the city center hotel rates. Also, you'll see a little different scenery on your bus rides back and forth through small towns/neighborhoods which is nice. We noticed this throughout Spain that when we were traveling (Easter week), the hotels were still running the heaters or just air but not air conditioners yet. But, the temperatures inside were getting warm and uncomfortable sometime. We kept a couple of windows open to be able to sleep at night but by early morning it would get a bit chilly. We faced this problem in every hotel we stayed in Barcelona, Granada, and also in Turkey where we went next. Overall, this was a pleasant stay and I'd recommend the hotel for its reasonable price (half to one third of what the city center hotels were asking) and spacious, clean rooms.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Surrey
Hotel in the countryside.Posted Nov 21, 2011
This hotel is situated 18km from Seville. A large establishment catering to coach tours and travellers with cars. Car parking is plentiful and free. A bus stops outside the hotel for a 30min semi express drive to Seville bus station about 10mins walk to the Cathedral(fare approx 2 euros). My stay was in late october and the pool area was closed and the hotel quite empty.The hotel looks a little tired but the staff try hard to make up for its drawbacks. Dinner can be purchased in the hotel but I suggest eating before the busses arrive.The town a ten minute walk down the street and offers a very good local restaurant inexpensive and good local atmosphere. Supermarkets are also in this area. Ideal hotel for those travelling by car not wanting to drive in SEvilla and staying 2 to 3 nights. The area is quiet and the back rooms look out over fields. Enjoy your stay.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Hull, England
Good for Seville.Posted Jun 10, 2011
Very easy to find, just head to Sanlucar la Mayor and its on the roundabout just on edge of town. Plenty of parking and very helpful English speaking staff. Landings were a bit worn but they were still very clean. Room was good and also very clean. Food in restaurant was fine as was breakfast, also good restaurant opposite for Tapas and wine at reasonable prices. Not much in Sanlucar. The bus stop to Seville is outside the front entrance and with buses every half hour for the 40 minute journey to Seville at just over one euro it would be pointless to even attempt to take a car into Seville. Would definitely stay here again as a base for the area and with these unbeatable prices.
Not Recommendedby A verified traveler from Puerto Rico
Posted May 30, 2011 on Hotels.com
Hotel Solucar is very far from Sevilla. I make reservation for two rooms on May 24, 2011. The employee’s attention is excellent, also the foods, but Hotel condition is depressing. Although the weather was very hot they have not air condition at that time. They told me that they turn on the air condition in June, not before. The carpets are very old with much broken and have stains of fungi.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from London
Posted May 25, 2011 on Hotels.com
This hotel is situated approx 40 mins by bus from Seville so to save extra dollars is great as the bus stop is directly outside the hotel....The hotel rooms are fresh clean and newly refurbished, however thankfully there were 2 doors to open for fresh cool air as the air conditioning was not working.....the rest of the hotel looks like it needs a major overhaul as has been neglected which is a shame and also there was no water in the pool for a swim at temperatures of 28 degrees...there were plenty of brochures but not put out for the patrons easy access...the staff great however and friendly as was the village which was about a 10 minute walk away with great local food on the other side of the train tracks....