A cab ride from the railroad station but accessible to old town Seville which is well worth exploring.. If you use Eurail, Seville is a take-off point to Grenada and Alhambra which, along with Barcelona, are our favorite places in Spain.
The hotel Staff members were fantastic - they were friendly and welcoming. They provided helpful advice on restaurants, transport and sites to see and things to do. Seville is a great little city to visit with a lot to do. Don't miss the opportunity to get to a flamenco.
Traveller from Canada
Doña Carmela hotel is located in Sevilla, one of the eight regions of Andalusia, in Southern Spain. This Seville 3 star …More
Good condition and big rooms, supermarket in the same building, the city is not that big so you can get to the downtown by taxi for about 5 or 6 euros, did not try the food but overall a good experience.
The Sevilla Palmera Hotel is a 3-star hotel in Seville that is convenient for both leisure and business travelers. This …More
The party for the baptism started 2 feet from our window, at 1.30am on the nail.Depite the grandfather of the bairn proclaiming that it would go on til 8 it stopped at 3.30. The disco, which wasn't the worst europop, was loud. If we'd missed this party (they are every w/e in September, I don't know about the rest of the year) the hotel would have been nigh on perfect.
Traveller from epworth
This early 19th century residence is surrounded by a garden. It offers all modern conveniences like free WiFi internet access …More
POSITIVES: I thought they would charge a few Euros for parking, but it was free. Public bus stop into Sevilla Centre was a block away. There were a few small restaurants nearby. Hotel provided free cold buffet breakfast that was excellent. Owner/manager did not speak English, but we communicated enough that he was very helpful and pleasant.
NEGATIVES: Room was very small and dated. Small TV looked like from the 70's. At the risk of offending bidet-o-philes, it needed to be removed and the shower expanded. I can tolerate small shower stalls, but this one required contortions.
OVERALL: Close call on whether to recommend. We usually think of a hotel as "just a place to sleep" and will overlook a lot in room condition, but this hotel is on the cusp. Before you book here, look for alternatives.
Bellavista-Palmera comprises the southernmost part of Seville, where recent urban development has seen sports pavilions and residential complexes spring up around historical sites. Real Venta de Antequera, the famous bullfighting stadium, dates back to the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition. The centuries-old Chapel of Our Lady of Valme commemorates King Ferdinand III's conquest of the city.
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