We stayed in Sevilla for 3 nights. We picked the hotel because it was close to a main road, but also close to the historical center. The hotel is located in the Judéria, the old Jewish Quarter, which is mainly a pedestrian-only zone, so no noisy scooters and cars passing by at night! The hotel manager is very friendly, although his English is not very good (just like most Spaniards). The hotel building is styled in the typical old Moorish way, with a patio at the center. The room was quite small, and the shower was not very practical, but otherwise we had no complaints (except for the fact that we had two separate beds). The hotel does not serve breakfast, but in the neighbourhood there are a lot of places where you can have breakfast like the locals do (ask for "tostada con mantequilla y marmelade" and a "caffe con lecche").
Parking tip! We went by car, but this is not recommended as Seville is very car-unfriendly (and the traffic is crazy): parking is almost impossible, and if you do find a spot, it is really expensive. Fortunately, we asked some locals where we could park, and they pointed us to a huge open-air parking outside of the city center. The price was only 0,80 euros per day! (As compared to more than 20 euros per day in the city center.) This location is appareantly unknown to even the hotel owners in Seville, because the manager did not tell us about it. So this is a big parking tip for everybody who wishes to go to Seville by car: go to Glorieta de Carlos Cano (near Parque De Los Principes) for cheap long-term parking! From there, you can take the subway to the city center.
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