Although it's a bit hard to find, the location couldn't be better for getting out and about and being close to all the attractions, the shopping areas, and the tapas bars. The hotel provides an airport transfer service should you require it.
Rustic chic – does that term even exist? - really describes both the hotel and the rooms. The décor is traditional and yet has a modern feel to it. Lush thick linens in pale colours with deep natural tone accents, and lovely fresh flowers. There are no televisions, but there are iPod docks in the rooms and free WiFi throughout the hotel.
There is a very pretty courtyard with plump sofas just outside the reception area. And that's it, really.
Eating and drinking
A continental breakfast is included and is served either in the breakfast room or in your room.
As you'd expect from such a small establishment, the service is especially personalised, with lots of extra care given to guests. They are also very good at helping you plan an itinerary of things to do while you are in Seville.
Who stays there
Well-heeled travellers looking for something a bit special, and anyone wanting a romantic hideaway.
- High-Speed Internet
- Swimming Pool
- Culture vultures
- Mature travellers
- Special occasions
Pros & Cons
- Beautiful setting
- Difficult to find
- Limited facilities