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Puerta de la Carne, 2, Old Town, 41004 Seville, Spain – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.4/10! (score from 379 reviews)
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Terrace, Sun Deck
Solarium, Bicycle Rental
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not possible) and charges apply.
Car Rental, 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Daily Housekeeping, Fax/Photocopying
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Heating, Air Conditioning
Italian, French, Spanish, English, Arabic
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 5 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 24 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Based on 379 reviews
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Doña Manuela Casa Modesto is located between the Santa Cruz neighborhood and Seville’s old Jewish quarter, next to the Murillo Gardens.
Score from 669 reviews Very good
The Hotel Monte Triana is in Seville’s Triana district, about a 15-minute walk from the historic center. The bright, air-conditioned rooms have free Wi-Fi, pillow menu and digital TV.
Score from 1694 reviews Excellent
In Seville’s charming Santa Cruz neighborhood, this attractive historic building has a rooftop terrace overlooking the city.
Score from 1138 reviews Very good
Hotel Don Paco is set in central Seville, a 10 minute walk from the cathedral and Giralda Tower. It features a rooftop swimming pool and sun terrace with excellent city views.
Score from 1876 reviews Very good
Location, and all the fantastic cafés nearby Lovely, pretty room and defintely not a chain hotel Roof top terrace Friendly reception with excellent English
Wifi terrible every evening. Possibly a little over-priced, but then the location was fantastic
Rooftop terrace Very friendly
The hotel is conveniently located in Barrio Santa Cruz, 10 minutes by foot to some of the major sights in Sevilla. If you're driving around, parking is also right next door. The staff was also very friendly and helpful.
This is definitely a budget hotel with just the basics and no frills. My mattress was fairly tough, and the shower could not be tinier!
We were able to walk to many of the places we wanted to see and had easy access to the tourist bus. Also fabulous choice of cafes and restaurants in the immediate vicinity of the hotel. Public parking was available close by.
It was a little noisy but not a major problem.
Excellent location and cozy hotel.
Not good wifi.
Location in Santa Cruz
Size of room given was not as represented. We booked a standard double, but room 21 is small even for a single person. Noise from the street - restaurants, garbage trucks, sirens, you name it. Lack of comfort in the bed and furnishings Poor value for money
The services by staff and the excellent facilities.
Excellent location, beautiful terrace, rooms very nicely furnished with a romantic touch!
The room was a bit too small and we did not have much space to place our luggage.
There was a smell of bleach.
The hotel is right in the city centre, the room is very nice, spacious, clean and so is the bathroom. Free wi-fi.
The bed is the most unconfortable bed i've ever "sleep" in. I say "sleep" because I actually didn't sleep at all
Puerta de Sevilla is classed as a one-star hotel, but you get a 3-star experience for the price of one in this delightful place. The hotel is bright, spotless and attractive, filled with the kind of charming touches that give a place character, like the tiled fountain in the lobby and the display case full of fans. My room was equally pleasant, with pretty wallpaper, cute furniture, a comfortable bed, and a roomy bathroom bordered in colourful tiles. And because the room overlooked the inner courtyard, I didn't get any of the noise from the street. The hotel is also very well located at the edge of barrio Santa Cruz, just a few minutes' walk from both the Alcazar and the cathedral. And right across the road from Villar heladeria, home of the best ice cream I've had in Spain! Finally, top marks to manager Mariano and his staff, who were unfailingly pleasant and helpful, and who clearly care about giving their guests a good experience. I would happily stay at Puerta de Sevilla again and will certainly recommend it to anyone I know who is going to Seville.
This was a 1* hotel but seemed much higher. The location was ideal to explore Sevilla. The area was buzzing in the evenings and going through either the cobbled streets or the walled garden were both beautiful ways to get to the Cathedral and the main area of the City.
It was a bit noisy with the windows open (bars below and building work early in the morning) but this didnt detract from the other plus points.
The hotel is very clean and comfortable. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The location is perfect, being within walking distance of all the major sites. There are very good bars and restaurants nearby. We stayed at the hottest time of the year and the room was a cool haven after a long hot day.
Location was good, very close to many of the old town sights. Very reasonable price. Lovely old style rooms.
I stayed here twice during my trip to Spain. The first stay with a double room on the first floor was good but on my return visit (for one night before I flew out) I had a single room on the third floor. It was too hot and noisy, and there were ants streaming in the window onto the bed. I would stay here again, but not in the third floor room. The shower in this room was absolutely tiny, I've never come across one so small! I genuinely don't see how a big man would fit in. I'm quite short and as it was, the tap handle was sticking into my back as I showered, and you couldn't bend down to pick up shampoo etc as there wasn't room.
Comfort, cleanliness, service, friendly staff, excellent location
Room a bit tiny
Location, cleanliness and comfort
building work opposite starting at 7am
Location, location, location (and surprisingly low price for it).
Dark small room, noise from other guests in atrium.
Mymy! Let me think think think
Where do i start....Room old not like your site balcony door did not close, we could hear cars like if we slept in the streets, smell in room, toilet blocking shower full of mildew entrance....and so on. Breakfast served in a restaurant nearby and ice not available in hotel, poor wifi no fridge in room or room service. Not worth what we paid seriously
Extremely noisy, especially on Saturday night. It seems that you sleep on the street
excellent price for value, great terace, excellent location, sound was not disturbing during the night although many restaurants are in the street.
We had a little balcony which I just loved.The room was smalish but very clean and had everything we needed including character. Fantasic location full of life but not noisy in old part of city. I dream about being able to return.
Staff, location. They left a small bottle of cava in our room because we went there for our honeymoon.
The rules of the hotel. When we check -in, they gave us a long list of rules. We can't take room key with us to out of the hotel, eveytime we came back we waited for the desk clerk to give us our key. In adition you have to pay deposit for using the safe (20 euro),, etc. etc. it is not kind to bore the visiters with lots of rules.
The bed is too hard, the sheet is too thin
Friendly, helpful staff, and a great location. This hotel was quiet and comfortable and we liked the rooftop terrace and private parking.
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