El Rey Moro Hotel Boutique
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Rey Moro Hotel Boutique Seville
Lush, lovely courtyard, wonderful room with large and very nice bathroom en suite, ideal location in Barrio Santa Cruz, cheerful and helpful staff (Jose Carlos was especially helpful with directions and restaurant and flamenco recommendations), and nice breakfast buffet. Would highly recommend this beautiful, small hotel for your stay in Sevilla.
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We woke to a beautiful morning in Sevilla and got ready for a busy day. On the itinerary was a walking tour of Sevilla, the Royal Alcazar and gardens, the cathedral and bell tower, dinner, and an evening of flamenco.
The "free" walking tour (no set fee, but tips optional and encouraged at its conclusion) picked us up in hotel lobby and led …
Today's entry could be subtitled "Lost in the alleys of old Sevilla."
After checking out from our wonderful hotel on the Puerta del Sol, we had an easy cross town subway ride to get to Madrid's Atocha train station. After a pleasant train ride to Sevilla from Madrid (love train travel!), we suddenly found ourselves in a much warmer …
... into Spain at 11:30am like we planning, and were greeted by a slightly miffed Bruna. I was unsure at first why she was miffed. The place is awesome, if a little over-the-top Marilyn Monroe. Seriously, there are three massive pictures of Marilyn here and it's hard to get away from her. She’s there watching everything that you do. Weird. However, it’s nice having the place to ourselves, and good to be able to do some washing so I can clean the underwear and ...
... own; and sheer terror, flying down the minuscule streets and laneways, honking the horn at all the pedestrians walking on the road to get out of the way. We stayed in a shared apartment, having a room in the home of a true Sevillian, who rents out his spare rooms to tourists. There were two other ladies staying there, on a trip from Iceland. We spent the next few days exploring the picturesque streets and lanes of Seville. The cathedral was huge, streets ...
... and then we had to walk for another 10 minutes to the apartment to check in at 4 PM. After that it was just some food shopping for dinner and brekkie and a bit of reconnaissance of the neighbourhood. We came across the Metropol Parasol just down the road from us. At the bottom of the timber structure is the Antiquarium which contains remains of Roman and Moorish buildings. At street level is the Central Market and on ...