Where are the nearest airports to Seville?
Seville airport is only 15-20 minutes taxi ride from the hotel, with taxi costing around €20.
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Alternatively you can fly into Jerez or Malaga and travel to Seville either by car or train.
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Do you have a lift?
We have a lift that our guests can use to get to any of the floors including the roof terrace.
Can I have directions to your hotel?
Our GPS Coordinates are +37° 23' 22.99", -5° 59' 21.98"
If you are driving to us we suggest you park your car at 'Cano y Cueto' Car Park which is at the junction of Calle Cano y Cueto and Menendez Pelayo (next to the Jardines de Murillo).
Does your hotel have Internet connection for guests?
We provide Wi-Fi coverage throughout our hotel so that you can connect to the Internet using your mobile device or laptop. This service is provided free to our guests so just ask for the access key from our reception.
Do your rates include breakfast?
Our room rates include a hearty breakfast where you can choose from variety of cereals, breads, fresh fruit, pastries and even enjoy some eggs cooked in your favourite way. Our scrambled eggs made with the best available Extra Virgin olive oil is the favourite with many of our guests and travel writers, and gets a special mention in Tatler, Louis Vuitton and Time Out hotel guides.
Where can I eat lunch or evening meal?
For lunch and light meals there is an abundance of Tapas bars, cafes and restaurants in the old centre of Seville which is virtually on our doorstep. You can reach them in less than 3 minutes walks where you can find variety of choices and price ranges. If you are sightseeing in Seville then you are never too far away from a place to pick up a light lunch or Tapas.
Where are the recommended places to eat in Central Seville?
In the evenings and after a days sightseeing you can simply meander to many of the restaurants and bars that make Seville such an amazing place for City Breaks. You can enjoy a drink outdoors most of the year around in one of many traditional Spanish bars, join the Sevillanos for a promenade in Jardines Reales Alcazar before dinning late Spanish style. The range of places to eat are endless including traditional Spanish Restaurants, gourmet restaurants, Mexican, Japanese, Italian, Tapas bars, and many specialty cafe bars.
- Salvador Rojo: Located in the centre of Seville and is a culinary paradise where you can enjoy one of Spain's best known cookery authors. It has a terrace that is adjacent to Reales Alcazares providing fine views and convenient location.
- Modesto: Located in el Barrio de Santa Cruz in Calle Cano y Cueto 5 and established in 1971 specialises in variety of seafood, such as clams but also try the “mixed fried modesto”. You can dine outside where you can enjoy the open air terrace throughout the year.
- Becerrita: Located in the Center of town inCalle Recaredo 9, you can choose from a menu of Tapas and Raciones (larger portion of Tapas) at the bar, which is changed daily. This is traditional Andalucian cooking where you can try their famous 'Seafood salad with mayonnaise' or their special homemade Paella (lunch time only).
- El Rinconcillo: Located in the Town Centre in Calle Gerona 42 this beautiful 1670 building was originally a tavern but now-a-days you can try classic Tapas and traditional Andalucian dishes with authentic original recipes. Specialties are the stews, seafood & variety of meet (ala blancha). Specialty dishes are Spinach with chickpeas. Average price per person €25.
- Vineria san Telmo: Outdoor terrace just in front of the Murillo Gardens, has an interesting and varied menu with an extensive selection of wines. You can find both traditional and innovative Tapas, as well as several tasty vegetarian options. Desserts are made on the premises and are as delicious as they look. Try their specialty dishes; Tortilla de Patatas, Grilled Pork Tenderloin (Solomillo de Cerdo), Argentinean Chorizo and Chicken Wings with sweet mustard sauce with crispy potatoes. Average price per person € 20.
- Eslava: Located in Calle Gerona in the Town Centre, Sixto, the owner joyously concocts dishes based on Andalucian & Arabic recipes. The menu changes daily, you can eat from €10 per person.
- Infanta: Located near the Bull Ring & the Cathedral and with more than 25 years of experience in Andalucian cuisine offering a fusion of traditional recipes and new trends. High quality food washed down with some of the best wines on offer. Their specialty is Rice with beef, ham and chorizo (similar to Paella). Average price per person €30 from the menu or €20 from Tapas list.
- Bodeguita Antonio Romero: Located just across the Plaza de Toros with an electric atmosphere on bull-fight days. There has been a Tavern here Since 1821 which probably explains the wide variety of wines on offer. You can try the best Montaditos in Seville or try their famous El Piripi. Average price per person €25.
- Casa Robles: Is near the Cathedral offering tradional Andalucian cuisine. Average price per person is 25€ but you can have Tapas for less.
What entertainment is available in Seville?
Seville without a doubt offers some of the best Flamenco in Spain. We can arrange a booking for you at one of many Flamenco dance venues, which normally start late at night and go on until early hours of the morning. Going out to see the Flamenco requires you to live to the Spanish beat namely late dinner, late to bed, and early to rise so you do not miss any of the city life the next day!
Seville's nightlife is vibrant and varied with nightclubs, cafes and restaurants with live music or just simply eating out. You can enjoy a drink outdoors most of the year around in one of many traditional Spanish bars, join the Sevillanos for a promenade in Jardines Reales Alcazar before dinning late Spanish style. The range of places to eat are endless including traditional Spanish Restaurants, gourmet restaurants, Mexican, Japanese, Italian, Tapas bars, and many specialty cafe bars.
When are Seville’s festivals?
Two famous festivals are Semana Santa (Easter Week) and Seville's Feria which is the largest in the country.
- Semana Santa (Easter Week) in 2010 is between 28th March and 4th April. The Easter parade is not just a religious ceremony but is one of the most spectacular shows in Europe mixing religious devotion with human artistic flair and endeavour. This is a pilgrim of different kind with magnificent displays, parades and sermons that make it a moving event regardless of your faith.
- Seville's Feria (20- 25th April) is the largest in the country and kick starts the Feria season in Andalucia. Ferias across Andalucia are the remnants of the Reconquista celebrating the fall of each city and reinvention of Spain as Christian army marched through al Andalus. Ferias in effect are a huge street party with free concerts, shows, street stalls, competitions and activities for all the family going on until into the late hours of the morning. Attending the Feria requires Andalucian levels of party stamina!
How long do I need to see everything in Seville?
To truly do justice to Seville you need 3 days to see the city. Seville has been a large city for centuries and it has so much to offer to art and culture lovers. With many monuments, churches and beautiful buildings dating back to the Roman times, you have to allow sufficient time to travel across 2000 years of history and you may just about manage it in 3 days. Add to this the surrounding areas such as Italica, Cadiz, Cordoba and Jerez, you can easily spend a week in Seville and its surrounding areas.
I am in Seville for the weekend. What do you recommend for my itinerary?
If you are in Seville for a short visit then the must-see places are:
- Cathedral y Giralda & Royal Alcazar
- Museum of Fine Arts & Bull Ring
- Plaza de España & Parque de Mª Luisa
- Torre del oro & Casa Pilatos
Can you organise tours?
We can organise a personal and customised tour of the city, taking you through some of the most famous tourist attractions in the Seville. You will have undivided attention of your tour guide as our tours are never for more than 4 people. Your guide will collect you from our hotel in the morning and will commence your journey through Seville and its rich history. After a break for lunch, you will continue with your tour which will be customised to your requirements. Your tour will include the places you want to see, but if you prefer you can take one our tour programmes.
How long does it take to go from Seville to Cordoba?
The quickest and easiest way of visiting Cordoba is by high-speed train service (AVE) which takes only 45 minutes to reach Cordoba from Seville. Ticket prices are around €15-€30 per person depending on travel time, day of the week and time of booking, but remember unlike the UK, train tickets in Spain get cheaper the closer you get to your travel date (do not buy advance tickets unless it is less than 15 days to go before you travel). Train stations at both end of the journey are in the centre of their respective cities and a short walk or a cheap taxi ride away from our hotel or the sightseeing places in Cordoba.
By car the 138Km distance can be covered in 1 hour and 40 min.
How long does it take to go from Seville to Cadiz?
By train you can reach Cadiz in 1 hour and 30 min and by car the 125 Km distance can be covered in 1 hour and 30 min. Either way Cadiz is a great day out and a rewarding trip down the memory lane. Ticket prices are around €12 per person depending on travel time, day of the week and time of booking, but remember unlike the UK, train tickets in Spain get cheaper the closer you get to your travel date (do not buy advance tickets unless it is less than 15 days to go before you travel).
How long does it take to go from Seville to Jerez?
By car the 65 Km distance takes under 1 hour or you can try the journey by train taking around 1 hour and 15 min. When you make your booking with us, ask about our visits to the Gonzalez Byass and Equestrian shows in Jerez that we can organise. Ticket prices are around €8-€10 per person depending on travel time, day of the week and time of booking, but remember unlike the UK, train tickets in Spain get cheaper the closer you get to your travel date (do not buy advance tickets unless it is less than 15 days to go before you travel).