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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TripAdvisor Reviews El Rey Moro Hotel Boutique Seville
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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 …
... leads the procession followed by another float depicting a biblical scene assigned to each brotherhood. Each of these floats weighs over 1.5 tons and is carried by alternating shifts of male brotherhood members who lift with their shoulders and necks. We were very fortunate to be able to witness a procession of a single brotherhood during this evening. We didn't expect to witness the spectacle of Holy Week during late October. We heard church ...
... and then it found us the two lane road for the majority of the trip to Seville. It was still in the 60's and cloudy but it look like we'd stay dry. We found going through France and Spain that hardly anybody uses the two lane roads. These roads were the main thoroughfares 30 years ago, but since then they've laid new four lane separated highways, many of them paralleling the old roads. The benefit for us was that these windy, scenic routes had very few cars ...
... it's significance wasn't as daunting. But still. Very Cool.
Oh also our hotel was a little away from the main city center so it was extremely extravagant for its price. Its name was Silken Al Andalus but when I arrived by myself after my late Friday class the cab driver dropped me off and all I could see was the sign Al Andalus and this great magnificent 4 star or 5 star hotel in front of me. I was so convinced we ...