Although a pleasant hotel, and good value for money, the hotel’s standard is not as it used to be.
The number of staff has been cut and now one has to pay for things that were free.
Towels for the pool are now charged 1Euro per towel. The use of a computer/internet is now 1Euro for 10 minutes. The business centre has closed down therefore there are no printing facilities available. Wi-Fi is not available in the rooms only in the hotel lobby. Breakfast is still quite good but not of the high standard as before. If one requires high quality products and service one has to have the elite breakfast, in a different restaurant, it is ten Euros more expensive. The staff was helpful and polite but not as friendly. A taxi to the centre is around 9 Euros but there is a bus service which runs regularly.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An oasis in the orange blossom capital This modern, light hotel, fully refurbished in 2005, emerges like an oasis in the orange blossom capital, amongst the gardens of the Heliopolis quarter and close to Parque de Maria Luisa and Plaza de Espana. With 623 rooms, the Silken Al-Andalus Palace hotel stands out for its spacious facilities, irradiating light and freshness, inviting the guests to enjoy its more than 15,000 m2 of gardened areas, have a relaxing dip in its exclusive pool, rest in its spacious rooms with free Internet connection or enjoy a glass of wine in its piano bar with live music. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Silken Al Andalus Palace Hotel
- Silken Al Andalus Palace Seville