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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Baco Seville
A small hotel with a nice feel to it. A rooftop terrace was nice for brekkie. One of the Palm Sunday processions came right by the hotel for a great view. Good location but minutes from the Parasol, Seville's newest tourist attraction. Ticked the necessary boxes for a hotel.
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Not the best sleep but c'est la vie [dunno the Spanish equivalent, Roddy]. Ablutions and out of the room by 0645 to head down to the desered fireplace area. Turned one light on. The smell of wood lingered in the air, not the best for a raspy [if slowly improving] cough.
Slow Poke came down, muttering a few pieces of nonsense. She seemed to …
It was not a quick start to the day as I never got out of the hotel before the 0830 brekkie. Should have taken an aspirin before bed. The room was a bit warm to boot.
Brekkie was set up in an alcove. It was simple but filled me up with a couple of larger rolls. The bonus was real java, not the Nescafe stuff that was staring back at me. …
0530 came early enough. A shower and last minute packing and out, leaving the key in the door. I could not resist taking the elevator for the last time [quite apart from lugging a bag down five sets of stairs d/n appeal to me at that time of day].
Surprised small groups of teenagers walking around but no businessmen scurrying to work. Got …
... a "soundproof" room - must have known Chris was coming. Our room, Sinfonia, is in the annex. The hotel is spread over 3 buildings. Our room is quite elegant and very comfortable; the only drawback is our room is on a rather noisy alley - need to keep the windows closed at night! The hotel has several lovely patios where one can "chill out" listening to the sounds of fountains and jacuzzi. We spend the ...
My past impressions of Seville was that it was akin to like
Naples or Sicily, the poor lawless south of the country where things were kind
of wild. But that’s not the case at all; Seville’s as civilized as anywhere
I’ve been in Spain. It’s funny that the farther south you go in Spain and the
hotter the climate gets overall the stronger the sense of siesta and night time
living becomes. In Spain I’m used to restaurants not ...