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Corral del Rey, 22, Old Town, 41004 Seville, Spain – Show map
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WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is not possible) and costs EUR 13 per day.
24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Fax/Photocopying
Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
Russian, Spanish, English
From 2:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 4 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Friendly, helpful staff: cosy, comfy bed as extra blankets provided: ideal location in quiet street only 6 mins from cathedral
Difficult to find: carpet needed on 3rd floor corridor to muffle noise: heating on bedroom needed & rug on floor for same reason: indication of where Wifi works - I found the dining room best.
Breakfast is nothing only bread and cheese Wifi is not working at all No TV Lights are dark and bad
Great location in an old building
Room was tiny and cold as air conditioner was not working. Wi fi didn't work in the room. The whole hotel was run down and drainage odours were covered with incense. It was almost impossible to reach by car with a GPS due to the maze of very narrow alleys and pedestrian only paths. The parking is extremely tight and one of the men moving our hire car was trying to move it without releasing the button controlled hand break. Luckily we happened to walk past as he was endeavouring to move it. The staff tried to be accomodating but were not really on the case. Not recommended
Very unique hostel....great cultural flair. Loved the 2nd floor commons area; although it was cold when we visited in December. Still very inviting and lovely though. Close walk to many places - Plaza Alfalfa, Cathedral, Metropal Parasol. Longer walk (but completely doable even with three kids ages 8,6 & 4) to Plaza Espana and Maria Luisa Park. Room was warm and large, beds clean. Hosts/employees very friendly; however they did not speak a lot of English -- but we got by just fine. Someone was always at the front entrance to welcome us at whatever time we arrived back to the hostel. Parking is available on-site for a fee. And their ability to park our car along with the others in the small garage was amazing! I would stay there again.
The location was difficult to drive to. Small, narrow one-way streets. We had to loop around twice to find it. Don't attempt with anything other than a small, compact car and a sense of adventure. We ended up with some small scratches from the parking garage and narrow streets on our bumpers. There are small dogs, candles and incense burning continuously - I found it nice but someone with allergies or sensitivities to smell may not.
wifi bad, room cant connected reception staff only the elderly man is helpful ,the woman very bad not Helpful and friendly
The English-speaking staff (gentleman) helped a lot :). Breakfast was good. Location is good.
Highest floor had no access to WIFI
Disorganised and incompetent, the hostel didn´t know we were coming, the room was very noisy and to add insult to injury they charged us twice for a room and then the hostel refused to refund the second payment, claiming they had no record of it. Avoid!
This is a boutique hotel run by a wonderful, welcoming family. The location is close to the cathedral and other attractions.
The hotel needs some updating. It was frustrating to have to settle our account in cash as the credit card terminal didn't work. Could be very embarrassing!! Breakfast was juice, coffee and a bun with meat and cheese. Not great.
location friendly staff value for money
very thin walls & lobby area next to room's door, very hard to rest/sleep
The location near the center of old the town. Lovely old house with some old house issues but not enough to dissuade me from staying there again. Clean and friendly. Laid back. WiFi available but only in two lounge areas.
Breakfast orange juice and coffee could be improved. Notice on each landing to ask people to be quiet when they come back late because many of the rooms have their only windows opening onto the central, closed courtyard.
Friendly staff. A couple of the front desk staff are quite professional---this is nice to see in a family-run place. There's a suggestion box for guest feedback. The inside patios are nice to rest in and meet other guests. Rooms are clean, bathrooms have modern fixtures.
The towels are not that soft or thick, but this is common in hostales in Spain. Not a big deal.
Location is superb! Interior design is very nice - traditional and cozy.
Good location in Santa Cruz neighborhood with very traditional atmosphere.
Drab, cramped room. Could be cleaner.
Air conditioner in room worked well
There are many things we didn't like. First off, there was no elevator. This was very difficult carrying heavy suitcases up to the third floor. Next no wifi in room. We had to go out to the center of the hotel. This was definitely a "No Frills" hotel. Oh one other thing, the street is so narrow that taxis and cars cannot get down to the hotel front, so again you have to walk a couple of blocks with heavy suitcases to reach hotel.
Convenient location, beautiful patio area, friendly staff though they don't all speak English.
A bit too noisy (from the street and other guests - doors are not good).
Charming old house in a quiet street in the old town close to all major attractions. Staff always welcoming and cheerful. Same goes for the dogs.
Room and ensuite needed repairs and maintenance. No soundproofing from next door made sleeping difficult in a bed too short by 5cm.
Generally speaking the facilitis of this hotel are as good as what I expected, and of course, worth the money I paid. The staff is helpful, and the location is very ideal only if you have smart feeling for direction in the maze-like old city area, it is easy for you to find churches, bars and squares all in 3-5 minutes walk.
Before you arrive, you'd better contact the hotel to get some usefeul information about how to spot the hotel. There are a lot of narrow lanes in this community ,which means you may spend some time to find the hotel. Plus, no elevator.
Location!!! Friendly staff and although very dated, authentic Spanish decor.
Lack of facilities, no outdoor space.
One of the good things about Sierpes is it's perfect central location - around the corner of Alfalfa square. Also it looks very nice and the lounges are very comfortable. Since that is the only place you have internet access, one does spend quite a while there. There were no problems with paying and I was able to pay in cash at the end of my stay (only the first night was taken of my account). I loved the fact that the personel owns two very cute dogs who love to be petted.
A few not really negative but not that positive points - the beds in the rooms were sliding a bit when sitting on them (on the other hand I ended up having two of them even though paying for a one-bed room, nice!) and if you don't have warm water do not hesitate to let the personel know right away - in my case something seemed to be switched off. Also I found the 3,5 euro breakfast fine for five days, but for a longer stay I wouldn't recommend it, since you get the same toasted bread, butter, jam and one slice of cheese and ham every day. Coffee, tea and juice. But for my stay it was fine.
Location and only location.
Don't ever think of using their onsite parking. It took me over an hour to move out of the parking. It ended up with scratch marks on my car. It's a nightmare.
Architecture and decor Location Price Plenty of storage space
Lack of electric sockets Limited internet access Taciturn staff, thoughts gentleman on our last morning was friendly
Location is excellent.
A bit hard to find the hostel.
The location is amazing. Right in the old town. The building is nice with a bit of character. The room was clean with a small bathroom .
The Hotel was hard to find the first time. The breakfast wasn't great . I'm a veggie, so it was just bread and cheese for me!
The location. In the labrynth of tiny streets, impossible to find and impossible to drive on. Parking is hell! Other than that.....Great!
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