Hotel Abanico Sevilla

Address: C/ Aguilas 17, Seville, Andalusia, 41003, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Alfalfa area of Seville, is near Casa de Pilatos, Museo del Baile Flamenco, Santa María de las Cuevas Monastery (La Cartuja), and Velázquez Birthplace.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Abanico Sevilla Seville

      Reviewed by leoste


      Reviewed Nov 27, 2012
      by (22 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

      Excellent location for night life, clean and comfortable. the room was small but functional with a large bathroom. No Car Parking on site or even out front for that matter, it was difficult to unload our luggage as we had to park on the footpath about 50 meters up the street and walk back with our luggage. parking was about 2 klm away in an underground car park at a cost of around $25 a day, not ideal but as we did not need the car to move around the city, it was not really an issue. After the initial shock it was forgotten about and the stay was perfect. Breakfast was good without being great. No regrets about staying here would even stay again

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Abanico Sevilla Seville

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Seville

      Lost and found

      A travel blog entry by travelingdiva on Jul 01, 2012

      12 photos

      My cold seems to have disappeared overnight so that is lucky! I woke up before anyone at 9am but was sure I had heard mom and dad earlier (I must have been dreaming) so I got ready quickly and texted them to see where they were at 9:30. They were still in bed. An hour later they were ready to go so we headed for breakfast then walked down to the …

      On to Seville

      A travel blog entry by travelingdiva on Jun 30, 2012

      1 comment, 32 photos

      This time we all managed to make it to the buffet breakfast room in the hotel. Unfortunately, we discovered on check out that it was not free. Oops.

      We walked our luggage to the taxi stand around the corner from our hotel and took two taxis to the bus station. Our taxi had to carry one of the suitcases from mom, dad and Keenan since they …

      Seville: one week late

      A travel blog entry by lostinspain2014 on Feb 23, 2014

      3 comments, 37 photos

      ... a lot of people. The ceramic is really pretty ok?

      So, summing up Seville. I saw the Palacia Alcazar, la catedral, the plaza del toreros, and the torre del oro. i take great pride in saying with confidence that i can translate all of those places; Palace of Alcazar, The Cathedral, The bull plaza, and the Golden tower. Skill, right?

      Anyways, it was great. We had a great lunch at some awesome hole in the wall with pig legs hanging upside ...

      Seville - the capital of Andalusia

      A travel blog entry by irenan on Sep 22, 2013

      86 photos

      ... you'll find lots and lots of paintings by Zurbaran and Murillo - which is no wonder because both worked right there in Seville in the 17th'll find Goya'll find beautifully carved largest altarpiece ever made (part of it was under restoration though during our visit)'ll find treasury with allegedly the most valuable crown in whole will find the tomb of Christopher ...


      A travel blog entry by margkg on Jun 30, 2013

      3 photos

      ... for tourists. Made our way to the river through a nice park. Then took up offer of open air bus trip of city which took us around the gypsy area, the site of 1992 world trade fair. This cost 8 billion American dollars to build and looks as though it is to finished. There are a number of projects that are still not finished, some dating back to 1929. This might explain some of Spain's current situation.visited ...