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TravelPod Member ReviewsApartamentos Murillo Seville
Great room, very spacious with a big bathroom. Had its own kitchenette and a view of the courtyard. It was in a great location within walking distance of plenty of cafes, bars, restaurants and flamenco shows.
The staff were always friendly.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Apartamentos Murillo Seville
Value for money in santa cruz
Very well restored old building in the heart of the narrow maze of streets of Santa Cruz (we got lost EVERY day)!
We asked for top floor and got the only room with a terrace which was great but alas no kitchen, however the huge terrace did make up for this. As usual with Spain bed was like lumpy rock so sleeping mainly done on the sofa bed which was fractionally more comfortable. The appt. was cleaned every day plus new towels and the reception staff, like all Sevillianos, were just super helpful and friendly and of course spoke excellent English.
One word of warning DO NOT take their advice if they suggest the pretty restaurant next door, the food was truly below average. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of super places to eat so give this one a miss.For breakfast places you just head to the area by the Murillo Gardens where there are several and you can pick up Churros from the street vendor and take them in with you to eat with your coffee. Yum.
A cozy nest in the heart of barrio santa cruz
This lovely apartment exceeded my expectations. I stayed a week and wasn't ready to leave. This is my third trip to Seville, a magical city. The staff is ever so friendly and helpful from the very beginning when I made the reservation. Nelia at reception is a gem and speaks English beautifully.
I had the one bedroom apartment, simply and beautifully decorated with a splendid bathroom, nice little well-equipped kitchen that even had my favorite style coffee maker in the drawer. Very nice closet space, comfortable bed, good light for reading, homey as can be. This apt. faced the very narrow street, so narrow that it was hard to get a good look at the sky from the window. The door to the apartment is charming; carved wood with a lovely old fashioned key that is kept at the desk upon leaving the apt. They are very accomodating with a variety of newspapers available gratis. I was also pleasantly surprised the first day on returning to the apt. to find that they had made the bed, cleaned like a hotel (everything except doing the dishes - you're on your own for that).
Reasonably priced for such a charming and well located place to stay; I plan on staying there again on my next visit to this lovely city...my new casa in Seville.
Just returned from 3 nights in the apartments.
They are in a great location, nicely decorated and spotlessly clean.
The staff could not be more helpful and gave good advice on restaurants, bars etc.
The only drawback being the garbage collectors carrying out their duties at around 3am! However, this is Seville and not the fault of the apartments.
In all, my husband and I had a smashing time and would recommend the apartments and Seville.
Would like to suggest a kettle in the kitchen for English guests.
Serendipity in Seville
After my stay in the Apartamentos Murillo I sent a message of thanks to the staff at the place because I had enjoyed my time there so much. They asked me to add a review here, and I gladly agreed.
I found the place by luck - serendipity - and what good luck it was. The apartments are really great value - modern, well-furnished and well-equipped. The staff are fantastic - very friendly and hospitable. Their service is first rate. I reported a problem with the microwave, and they had a new one for me within 15 minutes.
The location is just great - in the very nicest part of the old town, in a quaint little alley which opens onto a lovely square with bars and restaurants and a really convivial atmosphere.
Breakfast in the hotel is great value at 4 euros. I recommend the place highly - if there is better value or a friendlier service in Seville, then I'd be very pleasantly surprised!
A second home
It is the second time we have been to Seville but the first time we stayed at these apartments. They are central and quiet, and we got one apartment on the top floor that had a great view of the city from the balcony. So many things to do in the surroundings, lots of bars and tapas (try "solomillo al whisky", yummy!).
The staff in the reception was really helpful and helped us to plan the rest of our trip ( next stop: Portugal).
Pity we couldnt stay longer, we will have to come back again!
great place, nice staff, and they speak an excellent English! really good value with a reasonable price, much better than a room in a hotel with a similar rate. I came from London with my wife and we couldnt have chosen better! It is located right in the center closed to everything we needed. We will recommend it to everyone and come back for sure!
A real gem. The staff are friendly, the location is perfect and the rooms are recently renovated and clean.
This is a set of service apartments located around the corner from the hotel of the same name. Located in Santa Cruz, the old part of Seville, it really is the place you want to be if you are sightseeing in Seville. We travelled with our energetic 2 year old and a service apt (with a kitchen, bedroom and living room) gave us all the space we needed. Little more expensive than other places, but worth it.
If you are not familiar with the city, like I was, Seville is a fantastic city. A little hot in summer but the plazas, arcitecture and food of the city were precious. In July and August all the locals are on holiday or at the beach, so that can be either a good thing or a bad thing...depending on how you look at it. If you go at this time you will have the whole city to yourself. We went on a weekend and it was very quiet, no traffic, etc. But if you want to taste the real flavor of the city, with all it´s inhabitants doing their thing...summer may not be best for you.
Two days in Seville
We spent two days in Seville. We booked an apartment in Murillo apartments for EUR 89 per night. The one we had was small, but cosy. After all, you do not stay in the hotel when you're in Seville, do you. All of the equipment and facilities were new. Staff was friendly and helpful. The location is great - within a few minutes walk from the cathedral and Giralda and Alcazar. The street is just four feet wide. Plenty of tapas bars nearby, some nice restaurants just around the corner at Los Venerables.
Can't be beat
This apartment/hotel is really great. Newly renovated, with very nice kitchen and bath in our one bedroom apt so think should receive a much higher rating. Excellent, knowledgeable and helpful staff. Very well located in the Barrio Santa Cruz(a charming popular pedestrian quarter with lots of restaurants and bars dating back perhaps a thousand yrs. Five minutes from the main square with cathedral and royal palace. Ask for an apt. on the courtyard as little lighter(not a big problem as lots of lighting) and quieter as occasionally a little noise from the very narrow, quaint street.
PLUS, a price of 65euros for stays of more than 5 days is a real bargain.
Can't wait to go back.
What a discovery!!!
We found out about this place searching on the web. The truth is that the Web has not been updated for a while so we expected a lot less.
Apartments Murillo has been completely refurbished and renovated since Easter of this year, and honestly they have done a great job.
The apartments are located in the most romantic street in Seville "La calle del beso" (The street of the kiss), in the Santa Cruz Quarter, 2 min. walking to the Cathedral, the Alcazar, etc. Tons of things to see as you stroll up and down the narrow streets.
We stayed there for a week during July 2004 and everything was wonderful: Great service, great place = great experience!
You can choose between one or two bedroom apartments. All have a/c and heating, complete bath, living room, full kitchen, television, telephone, etc. The decoration is warm and tasteful.
Although these apartments could easily be compared to a 4 or 5 star hotel suite, the prices are very affordable, and they have long - term rates as well.
Excellent choice for anyone.
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