The place takes a little getting used to, but in the end it is fine for just a place to stay. It is very clean and spacey—lots of space. The rooms are like small apartments—an anteroom with a small tv, old furniture (tables, couch and chairs). Sleeping room with two beds comprises the other room, huge closets, big bathroom—again not super modern, but super clean. Otherwise no fridge, no hair dryer in the bathroom, no set up for coffee or tea, no wifi in the room, to use the safe you have to get the key at reception. The floors are marble—very cold. The whole place was cold when we were there in Feb. But the heater is simple to work and warms the room up fast. The curtains are heavy and darken the place if you want to sleep late, but the sheers under them could be changed for new ones—they look old, worn and grey. Same for the bedsheets and blankets—clean, but really thin and not for warmth nor pleasing to the touch/eye. Because of the stone floors, the rooms are acoustically very loud. Breakfast was a downer—powdered mix/packaged everything: do yourself a favor and go get desayuno in town...WiFi was only in the lobby and then it was very slow. Reception team was a mixed bunch—a couple of the people very friendly and helpful (one young lady gave us glasses and eating utensils from the dining room when we came in one night with groceries and wanted to eat in our sitting room), others ‚just doing their job’. The place is a 45 minute bus ride (Number 27) into the town center. The building’s neon sign reads Hotel San Pa—I guess not enough funds to fix the other letters. The whole place is all sort of ‚half’ baked—with a whole lot of potential, but no real energia to get it up and going. Located next to a ‚disco’ bar that’s packed with local kids on the weekend, but dead during the week. A super little supermarket around the corner. Can totally recommend the restaurant around the corner called La Malteria. Check the Trip Advisor review for our separate assessment of it. The restaurant made it worth staying at this hotel and not changing locations. Let’s face it, if you want five stars, go find a five star hotel. This hotel was an experience, it was adequate for our needs, we sure weren’t in Sevilla to be hanging out in a hotel...
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel San Pablo Sevilla, is in a different enclave. It is perfectly located in front of the Congress Palace, 15 minutes by bus to the town centre, just 5 minutes far from the airport and AVE train Station, within several comercial centres, in one of the more modern and innovating areas of Sevilla. You have at your disposal 102 spacious rooms, 4 meeting rooms, bar and underground parking. For all this reasons and others, we will make your stay at Hotel San Pablo a very good experience. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- San Pablo Hotel