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Travel Blogs from Seville
A morning visit to the Alcazar. I was not really expecting a lot of the Alcazar after the Alhambra but I was in for a surprise. It was fantastic and I actually liked it more than the Nazrid Palace at the Alhambra. It has similar plaster work and a similar Moorish look but it is much more colorful and more sumptuous. There are touches of colour in …
October 12, 2011
Sheila and I left about 10:30am this morning and decided to go to Rhonda before we drove on to Seville. The trip through the mountains was filled with such a variety of landscape that it was hard to take it all in. Driving north from San Pedro on the coast we went up the switchbacks that were not as narrow as I remembered in …
What a day we had! We entered the third largest cathedral in the world, behind St. Peter 's in Rome and St. Paul's in London, through the cultural visit door, worshippers go to a small side chapel. Like all churches in Spain now, it is maintained by the government, taxpayers are allowed to designate a certain percentage of their taxes for their …
July 16 & 17
Today is the last time I have to negotiate the car through the alleys of Arcos de la Frontera, more like pinball than driving. My concern a week ago about driving were allayed; we'd made it through the week with only a brush on the right-side outside mirror – the paint is on the stone wall of that Church in Arcos! …
Hola! According to my watch, it is now past midnight. According to my body, itīs some other time. To be expected, of course, but mixing in a full half day and night of walking around Sevilla after nearly 19 hours of travelling tends to screw oneīs body up something wicked. The trip itself wasnīt bad at all...the plane from Miami was delayed an hour …
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Amadeus Seville
Beautiful City, Beautiful Hotel
What a wonderful treat this hotel was. Seville was our favorite city in Spain and this hotel was our favorite. A charming staff greeted us with smiles and helped us with everything from dinner reservations to recommending and reserving a great flamenco show. The hotel itself is very charming and beautifully decorated. It is also very reasonably priced. A plus is that they have a wheelchair accessible room. Go there, you won't be disappointed.
I chose the Amadeus after reading the very positive reviews in TripAdvisor. Having never visited Seville before and wanting this week to be perfect I went there with some trepidation. However I shouldn't have worried for although it's a little hard to locate in the Santa Cruz area - off Fabbiola (which is on most maps and is 5 mins walk North of the Giralda & Cathedral) you open the door to a delightful family run hotel. Beautiful music greets you and the family owners make you feel at home immediately. Each room is different and I stayed in Beethoven which was entirely adequate for two people - being tall (6ft) I need plenty of space. I took breakfast - in the room, on the roof terrace and in the foyer - they were all very good and served with speed and efficiency. I have no doubts that I will recommend this lovely hotel to my friends. It's a real hidden gem.
Friendly hotel in excellent location
This has everything you need for your stay in Seville. In the centre of the City with plenty of bars and restaurants within a few yards. It can get a bit noisy at night, but the Spanish stay up late anyway and it was no big deal. We will definitely be back, but will give the breakfast a miss.
Last night in Spain, stayed here. It had so much character and charm, and the bed was the best in a week. Oct. 31, 2004. the room was beautiful, although not very big. It was difficult to get around with 2 suitcases, but again, the charm and beauty of the hotel and room made it worthwhile. It is listed in Rick Steves. Was full when I tried to book additional days. Very clean, and was quiet, something you can't say for very many places in Spain. The cost was the best part, only 76 euros per night for a double. It was as well located, and as beautiful as the rooms we paid 176 euros for. But it was smaller. Had free internet use. Happy to call a taxi for us at 5:00 in the morning. But the night clerk had to be woken up, but he didn't mind. He did tell us that the airport in Seville didn't open until 6:00 a.m., which wasn't true. That info did almost make us miss our flight, but others staying in Seville elsewhere were also told the same thing, so those living there must believe so.
We spent 3 nights here and found it warm and welcoming. The music played in the entrance hall was one of the many touches which were enjoyed and appreciated. There were places to sit quietly to read, listen to the music or meet friends before going out. We could return as late as we wanted in the evening and the breakfast was served on the roof which was a delight. The breakfast was simple but just the job before setting out to explore the city in hot temperatures. We had a large selection of bread rolls and fruit and fruit juice with a choice of tea, coffee or chocolate. We felt sorry for the maid who had to carry a laden trolley up to the roof using a rather narrow and steep stairway. We had unlimited access to internet and there was a machine where you could help yourself to a drink all day with a contribution of one euro. We would happily recommend it, also for being so close to the centre. The walking tour which was advertised in the hotel was well worth going on.
I recently stayed at Hotel Amadeus while in Seville for a few days. The hotel was wonderful, and I loved the rooftop deck. We stayed in the larger room on the 4th floor. We absolutely loved our stay until the very end. There was some confusion when a friend of ours booked a different room in the same hotel for one night. The A/C was broken and they asked if she could stay in our room with us. We were told we wouldn't be charged the price for 4 people, instead just 3. We allowed her to stay since it would make our one night stay there with her cheaper. Our friend left after this night and paid the hotel. Upon leaving we were told that we were being charged for 4 people and the money our friend left wouldn't take any money off of our bill! It was very frustrating, after some arguing and the staff person unwilling to budge. After a long time arguing we gave up because she was not understanding our point, she knocked some money off of the bill. The place is beautiful and our stay was wonderful, just be aware that service in Spain is not the same as it is here in the United States, the customer is not always right, even though in this case we were!
Favorite hotel in Spain
On my travels through Spain, this was my favorite hotel. Each room is different with touches of music, charm and hominess. The staff and owners are very friendly and they have included their love of music into their hotel.
The location is perfect. A quick walk to the Cathedral, the Alcazar and flamenco dancing.
Donīt forget to have breakfast on the roof and you will enjoy a great view.
This is an amazing hotel in a truly amazing city. I chose Amadeus over the Case dela Juderia after reading a tripadvisor saying she would rather keep this place a secret (then it must be good, right). And she was right. Amadeus is truly a gem. I stayed there May 2004 for 3 nights. We were planning to go to Ronda or Costa del Sol after 2 nights in Seville but decided to just spend an extra night in this truly charming city. The hotel is tucked in a sidestreet where cars can't pass. It's in a 3-story residence, I think built in the 1700s but the rooms have all the amenities like remote controlled-a/c, satellite tv, ref, hot water etc. The rooms are quite small but very nice. Some have small balconies. Rooms are quite clean incl linens (I'm a stickler for cleanliness). We had to move to a junior suite since the hotel was fully booked (only 14 rooms I think). The junior suite was much larger, w/ a jacuzzi and a larger bathroom but I prefer the smaller room (cozier, and with a small balcony). Another plus is the rooftop balcony, you can see the Giralda amidst all the white washed rooftops. Great place to view the sunset. They serve breakfast which you can take at the rooftop or your own bedroom, I would skip the breakfast since it's really nothing great and would rather take advantage of the numerous cafes nearby. Amdeus' location is perfect, in the Santa Cruz area, and is 5 mins from the Cathedral. The hotel is family-owned, I think 3 yrs old. The owners are quite gracious and hospitable. I can't wait to go back!
Wonderful small hotel
We stayed here 2 nights in May 2004. Our room was large and VERY comfortable. The room was very clean and had a refrigerator. The bathroom was very spacious.
The hotel has a lovely rooftop patio.
Around 6pm, they often have someone playing piano or harp in the lobby. The hotel is small enough that you can hear the music throughout the hotel. Heavenly.
Breakfast is option. We didn't take the option.
The staff was extremely helpful and responsive. They speak english.
The hotel is on the edge of the Bario Santa Cruz and a short, wonderful walk to the Alcazar and Cathedral.
My sister stayed here in Feb 04 and recommended it to me. We stayed here in May 04. I would HIGHLY recommend this hotel. A wonderful place.
A Wonderful Small Hotel!
I almost don't want to post a review, but I feel I must! Hotel Amadeus is a TRUE gem! We stayed here for three nights in March and fell in love with this place. The rooms are lovely, the location perfect, and the price very reasonable. Towels were thick and fluffy - our stay was a dream! Could not have hoped or asked for me. Breakfast is served on the patio on the roof - very lovely! A super hotel with terrific hands on owners who truly care - we will stay there next time we are in Sevilla!