We stayed at Hotel Veracruz for two days. It's located in a non descript street near the center of Utrera, within walking distance to the train station and the town's main square.
We found the hotel extremely pleasant. The staff is helpful and charming. Breakfast had a local flavour but was sufficiently internationalized to appeal to the least adventurous foreign travellers. Breakfast included for example a tomato-based spread, very similar to Cordoban salmorejo (it's like a think gazpacho) that I wish I could get at home and a and another spreadable version of the Andalusian dish 'Pringá'; both excellent and exotic alternatives to butter and jam. They also served cereal, backed goods, yoghourt, cold cuts and of course coffee, tea and juice.
We ended up in Hotel Veracruz by accident, simply because we couldn't find a room in Seville, but found hotel Veracruz an excellent alternative to staying in Seville. There's an impecable commuter train service to Seville and Utrera has it's fair share of monuments to see and lively squares to stroll to make it worth a visit. It doesn't feel like a a commuter town at all but has a life of its own.