The bathroom was tiny, and although very clean and perfectly adequate for one person would have been a real problem for two, not least because there was only one narrow metal shelf above the washbasin to put things on and virtually no other flat surface. Like many older Spanish bathrooms the decor was firmly stuck in 1950s institutional, small white tiles everywhere, a knees-around-your-ears type of bath and a pretty primitive shower. As the hotel has no kitchen (not unusual) breakfast was fairly moderate with very limited choices - two types of yoghourt (other than plain), two type of jam (as well a honey), two types of cereal etc etc. The only real problen however was the throbbing noise from the nightly flamenco concerts in the same building at 6.30 pm and 8 pm - if you're in the front (street) part of the hotel you can forget about relaxing in your room at the end of a long day of sightseeing before going out to dinner!
Convenient location, 5 minutes walk from both the Cathedral (large and dim, almost no explanatory notices) and the Alcazar (well worth a whole morning), another 5-10 minutes for the main shopping area, and brilliant for the numerous local tapas bars and cafes. Friendly & helpful staff, even if the map of Seville they give you is differently orientated - with North to the left instead of at the top - from the one in any guide book, which can cause much initial confusion ( good thing there was never a Spanish mission to the moon). Simply- no table - but attractively furnished bedroom.