This is a great location, especially if you are coming by car, but also in general because you are about mid-way between the shopping district and Triana. It's also close to the theatre and bullring and is about a ten-minute walk to the old centre of town.
The 134 rooms are mostly standard doubles, though there is also one junior suite, one disabled room and two pairs of communicating rooms for families. The rooms are simply decorated in a slightly old-fashioned style, with lots of green and orange tones, but they are spacious, clean and comfortable. All have free WiFi, trouser presses and hairdryers.
There are a couple of comfortable lounge areas and you can also ask for a laptop at reception for personal use.
Eating and drinking
A buffet breakfast will cost you 12 euros, but there is also a cafeteria where you can order your meals a la carte, which is also very popular with local residents. Personally I'd walk towards the centre or over to Triana for some first rate tapas.
The rooftop swimming pool and solarium offer very pretty views and are available to all guests. If you wish to use the spa facilities, which include jacuzzi, Turkish bath, massage and various beauty treatments, the reception staff will give you a price list.
Helpful and courteous, with most staff speaking some English.
Who stays there
Families, students, business travellers – a real cross-section.
Parking is available for 14 euros a day. A buffet style breakfast costs 12 euros.
- Business Centre
- Fitness Centre
- High-Speed Internet
- Room Service
- Swimming Pool
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Special occasions
Pros & Cons
- Easily accessible by car
- A bit old-fashioned