You really get what you pay for as regards Seville hotels. Having been to Seville 6 times and stayed in various hotels, from 1star to 4star, I can say that this budget hotel in a quiet cobbled street is fine for a short break - good value for for what you are paying. Reception guys don't speak any English which was fine for me as I speak Spanish anyway, and I found them friendly and helpful, but the language barrier could be a problem for some visitors if they don't at least attempt to speak a little bit of Spanish. We had a double room on the ground floor with private bathroom - furnishings all very clean and pleasant - towels changed every day. Not a very big room, but what do you expect for the price? The room only had an internal window, overlooking the reception area. There is a vending machine for coffee in reception and if you need bottles of water, they will unlock a closet door where there is a drinks vending machine. Hotel is convenient for the bus station and the Museum of Fine Arts. The rest of Seville can be covered by foot fairly easily so although I would probably rather stay in the Barrio Santa Cruz area by choice, its still convenient and most things including the shopping streets and the cathedral are only a maximum of 20 minutes walk away. The individually controlled heating in the room was the vent type and was efficient, as it was very cold in Seville at night this time, although beautiful and sunny during the day. Overall, this hotel is acceptable for a short break - but for a hotel at a similar price, stay at the Hotel Un Patio de las Cruces as the location in the Santa Cruz area is a bit nicer and more quaint.
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