Hotel Anfiteatro Romano
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... struck it at the restaurant.
Once we emerged from the Jewish quarter we headed off back to the hotel the long way going past the Plaza de Espana, then along to the river, past the Palacio de San Telmo (now the seat of the Andalusian government), the bull fighting arena and the hotel.
The heat dictated a stop for a sangria and a beer on the way. Picked an outdoor place which was sporadically spraying mist under the umbrellas.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Anfiteatro Romano Seville
We only have good things to say about this hotel... we got in at 2am and the restaraunt still served us food after a long train ride & bus ride in. Beware that any spot in Santiponce is about a 15 - 20 minute bus ride to Seville, but once you get it all sorted with the timetables, it's not too difficult to get around... we got it by the second trip back and forth.
Our room was very clean and comfortable. The wireless worked pretty well in the room, but it was better downstairs.
ps. if you want to watch tv in spain and you don't speak english, bring a laptop... the tv was null of english, but that's okay, it got us outside that much more:)
We would definitely stay here again, DEFINITELY!
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