It is probably a good hostel for dorms and singles, but not for couples. We arrived to find that there were only bunk beds. Previous hostels often have two single beds which can be made to be a double. If that was the only problem it might have been OK. When we arrived at the room the lights didn't work. The staff member tried to help and called the maintenance but as it was late, said he would come in the morning. After an hour the lights turned on by themsleves which was OK but bit of a worry, as we never worked out what the problem was. There was no hot water on the first night and in the morning reception said they had just turned it on. There was a free breakfast but the room is so tiny that it was difficult to find room to eat. Plus that's when the cleaning started so there was a sewerage smell to add to the experience. After two nights we moved to another hotel and were much happier.
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- A stone's throw from Encarnacion square, right in the heart of the city, lies the Sevilla Urbany Hostel - part of a new hostel group with a completely different style to that of the "typical hostel". Its unique location will allow you to fully experience every place of interest: from the Alcazar, Casa de Pilatos and La Giralda to the galleries, music venues, shops and clubs. It offers a fresh take on accommodation, fun atmosphere and friendly 24h staff. ... more less
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