Attractively priced, albeit somewhat isolated.
Posted Apr 12, 2006
I selected this hotel because my sixteen-year-old daughter wanted something modern and comfortable rather than something quaint and funky. In order not to break the budget, however, I had to find a place somewhat removed from the heart of Seville. Our twin room was clean, a good size, and had comfortable beds. The bathroom was also clean and had all of the modern conveniences (shower-tub, bidet, and basic toiletries). The buffet breakfast which was included with our meal was served from 7:30 to 10:30. It offered a variety of breads, coldcuts, cheese, cereals, juices, a toaster, and a gourmet coffemaker. The hotel has a restaurant and an adjacent bar and cafeteria. Although the dinner menu was tempting for me, it was too exotic for my daughter's palate. There are not many dining places in the immediate vicinity, so we drove into town and found an Italian restaurant. We rented a car and had no problem finding parking within one short block of the hotel each evening. The drive to the heart of Sevilla was very direct (just go straight down the same street on which the hotel was located) and took about ten minutes. It is my understanding that the bus route also goes the same way and takes about 15-20 minutes. The staff was friendly and courteous. While I would still have preferred to have stayed in the heart of town, this hotel proved a good compromise.