Cheap hotel in Seville, Spain
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"pension nuevo pino"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 23, 2013
room small, but not a problem. room and bathroom clean. wifi works but not quite fast if room is a little far from the front desk. Feels cold in the morning.location is very good, next to a plaza, which is also a transport center with buses to train station and attractions. but i prefer walking to the attractions which takes only 10 to 15 minutes and you can pass by the very beautiful squares and streets.
"Cute hostel, great location"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Oct 27, 2012
Basic hostel (as described/expected) with a wonderful staff located in close proximity to everything you want to see. Stayed there for a couple of night as we were backpacking throughout Spain, would definitely stay again. I would recommend the guided tour offered by the staff.
It is a hostal, so don't expect too much. Location is good: a 5 - 10 min walk from the cathedral and other major attractions. You have the option to pay small fee to use A/C on the top floor (third), which is good during the summer. Staff was very friendly and assisted with directions and other things.
"Economical and close to the city center"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Oct 7, 2011
I would recommend this hotel to people on a budget but who are tired of the typical +/-50 EUR experience of worn-out, dingy rooms-- this is clean and modern, with a simple but fun color-coding theme for the rooms.
A couple of things to note: it is partnered/run by another hotel just around the corner, the Casona San Andres, and check-in/check-out (and all other staff requests) must be done there. There is no reception or full-time staff in Dona Lola. Although indicated on the reservation I made, it does not seem that breakfast is offered. The only amenities the room has are well-functioning air conditioning (very important in Sevilla) and a hair dryer. As throughout Spain, electricity and water only work when there's a key card inserted in the reader, and this is not a hotel where staff leave an extra card in the slot for you. In other words, no power when you're away, meaning no charging of phones, etc.
During my stay, San Andres's staff were always polite but not particularly helpful-- I needed to wash my clothes while staying in Seville and, as self-service laundries are rare in Spain, I had to do some asking around to find one. Turns out that there is one right by the Casona San Andres, but desk staff there had no idea about it nor seemed interested in trying to help me find one.
Although the neighborhood at first seems a little grittier than the postcard image of Sevilla, none of that is very far. In fact, being right between the center and the Alameda de Hercules has its advantages-- the latter offers a lot of good day-to-day services and less expensive restaurants.
"Petit Palace in Sevilla - Great place to stay"
Reviewed by Bridget G of "New York, NY" on
Oct 5, 2011
Three of us stayed in the room (there was a fourth bed that could have folded down from the wall) and were very comfortable. The hotel is in a busy part of town - if you want to sleep with the windows open, you'd better be a sound sleeper. But with them closed and the air on, it was almost silent.
The staff is incredibly helpful, and spoke very good English. The elevator is the one drawback--we couldn't fit ourselves AND our luggage in it. So we climbed 3 flights of stairs multiple times daily.
The location is very close to the city center; walking distance from almost everything you'll want to see.