It's either the best or the worst location depending on whether you are arriving by car or not. I wouldn't recommend the car option, which also means that there is obviously not much traffic noise, even though you're only about a five-minute walk to just about anywhere you might want to go. So, a nice quiet central street next to everything you want makes this a perfect location.
The 57 rooms are divided up between singles, doubles, triples and family rooms for up to four people (the latter with very cute bunk beds). Modern design with platform beds – some might find them a bit hard but they are actually my favourite kind of bed. All rooms are equipped with a laptop and 20” flat screen TV, and the superior rooms also have an iPod dock so you can enjoy your own music. Pets up to 15 kilos are allowed and are given free baskets and bowls.
There's a lovely Sevillano courtyard just past the reception area, and there is also free WiFi throughout the hotel, including at one small workstation with a computer. Make sure to go up to the rooftop terrace in the evening to relax and enjoy the view. Unfortunately there is no bar upstairs.
Eating and drinking
There is a breakfast buffet for 15 euros, but I'd recommend eating out, especially as the Horno San Buenaventura is just around the corner and has the best coffee in town.
Free bicycles are available.
Friendly and professional.
Who stays there
Perfect for geeks like me who may not want to lug a laptop around with them, but in fact it's perfect for anyone who wants to be in the “un-touristy” heart of town.
Breakfast is 15 euros extra, and parking costs 20 euros a day, plus tax.
- Business Centre
- High-Speed Internet
- Pets Allowed
- Room Service
- Culture vultures
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Travellers with pets
Pros & Cons
- Gadget-lovers' dream hotel
- Almost impossible to get to by car