This hotel is a bit difficult to find, down a narrow pedestrian alleyway. There is no chance of getting your car nearby. Best to park in a fairly close 24 hour parking and walking to the hotel. The parking is very expensive, about €25 for anything between 12-24 hours parking. No hotel concessions given either.
Our bathroom door did not close properly and kept sliding open when we were trying to use the toilet or shower. There is a door stopper on the ground that we kept hitting our food off, nearly sending my elderly mother flying into the shower.
The rooms were very cold, with no extra blankets in the room, so much so that I had to give my elderly mother my blankets to keep her warm during the night. Luckily I had brought my own hot water bottle and my own kettle (knowing that continental rooms never have kettles), and I heated this to keep her warm during the night.
Like most continental hotels, this hotel could do with a kettle, as we like to start our day with a few cups of Irish tea.
The beds are fairly basic and could do with some upgrading. Also, the hotel could do with some more blankets in the room and a lock on the bathroom door.
The best thing about this hotel is that it is a short walk to the main sites of Sevilla - Alcázar, Cathedral, Giralda, Torre del Oro, and Maria Luisa Park. It is down a fairly quiet alleyway. The staff are friendly enough. The hotel rooms are fairly clean too, but the rooms do need a bit of an upgrade.