If u want a great central hotel, then look no further. This hotel couldnt be more centrally located with pretty much all the major attractions within walking distance. After you have negotiated your way through the narrow cobbled streets with your bags (the wheels on your suitcases will get a hiding) and find the property, you will be impressed. This is a boutique hotel that used to be somebody's house once but has been beautifully restored with each room boasting a different theme. The rooms are small but that's how it is here. You are in an old neighbourhood with so much character that the rooms form a part of that charm. We found the baggage weighing scale on the ground floor to be very useful especially if u are catching a low cost carrier flight out of seville like ryan air where they will charge you for every extra gram you check in. We had breakfast at the hotel once and it was ok. Ive had better breakfasts before and you have to go a corridor with a couple of toilets to get to the the breakfast area which wasnt very appetising. We were given a choice of having complimentary drinks at the hotel or at a nearby pub. We chose the pub which i think you should too since it also happens to be one of the oldest pubs in europe. Opened in the 1300s i think from memory. Amazing history. If u are going to seville you must also check the dates for a bull fight. There was a bull fight on one the days we we were there and it seems the entire town goes to watch it. It is a part of tradition and was amazing seeing people still interested in a sport that PETA wouldnt be too proud of. We didnt watch one but in hindsight i wish ww had. "When in rome.."
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated in a delightful area of Seville, in the picturesque and authentic Barrio de Santa Cruz, the hotel is an attractive, converted manor house dating back to the 16th century. The Barrio de Santa Cruz is a charming area of the city with narrow, cobbled streets dotted with orange tree-lines plazas and centrally located within walking distance of many of the major attractions, such as the cathedral and the Alcazar. The hotel has a pleasing traditional patio-courtyard, onto which many of the rooms look out and where you can sit out and enjoy the peaceful ambience. There is also a popular restaurant that serves traditional Andalusian and Mediterranean cuisine. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- El Rey Moro Seville
- El Rey Moro Hotel Seville