We had a booked a junior suite since we had 2 adults and 1 child in our group. Everything about this hotel was great. The location was not in city center of Seville, but it was a short 5km taxi ride to the city center which will cost you around 7 euros per way which we did not mind paying.
When we checked into our first room, the room was not getting cold as the balcony door was not shutting properly. However, since they did not have another junior suite available for the first night as all other suites were booked, they gave us another room free of charge for the first night and also told us to keep the junior suite room with all our suitcases until they provide us another suite the next day.
The staff were extremely helpful and always willing to work with you and was very understanding. They also suggested many restaurants and sight seeing attractions which were great. The second room we got was perfect. Lots of room since there was a separate living area as well along with two washrooms.
The room service was perfect. When we called for something, 1 min. later, it was delivered. We would certainly recommend this hotel to anyone. We could not take advantage of the rooftop pool as the weather was extremely hot (over 38 degrees) but it looked fabulous.
Make sure you go try Kaede (Japanese restaurant) in city center. Great food, especially the fried rice and teriyaki chicken.
Gary from Toronto
This hotel is located in Seville (Bellavista-Palmera), close to Virgen del Rocio University Hospital, Plaza de Espana, and …More
We are a couple on our honey moon and stayed for 2 nights in a standard double room at the AC Torneo. Our room was reasonably sized, modern and clean. The location was a bit outside of town, but it was very well connected with busses bringing you directly to the city centre or the Alcazar (the receptionists were nice enough to point out routes and bus stops). We had dinner one night at the hotel restaurant, our fish and steak were beautifully prepared and the waiters were very friendly, very recommendable. There's a small patio to enjoy a nice drink outside on balmy nights. The shower was huge, but worth mentioning is the design of the bathroom, it's only separated by a glass wall from the rest of the room and becomes quite see-through when the light is turned on, if that's something that might bother you this might not be the right hotel for you. By the way, we found that taxis in Sevilla are more dodgy and expensive than in other Spanish cities, they charge extra for every piece of luggage, and it might be advisable to ask for a receipt ("factura") at the beginning of the trip, especially when arriving at the train station (there is a fixed price for airport trips).
Matt and Tina
This hotel is located in Seville (Macarena), close to Teatro Central, Museum of Fine Arts, and Basilica of the Macarena. Also …More
I stayed at the Seville Forum during my summer travels in 2013. The hotel is mainly designed for business travelers, as they let me know. I arrived during the weekend, and practically had the entire hotel to myself. There were six cars in the large parking lot! The front desk staff were helpful but did not have all of the information correct on directions, timetables, or distances. I just ask the local Spanish people whebever I had a question. The room was very well set, especially the bathroom. Cold a/c, oversized pillows, large tub for a hot soaking.
Barry from Atlanta
This hotel is located in Seville (Este-Alcosa-Torreblanca), near the airport, Fibes Conference and Exhibition Center, Seville …More