Petit Palace Marques Santa Ana
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Day 1: We arrived in the Sevilla airport (about twenty minutes outside of the main city's center) in the evening and it was dead, there was virtually nobody there. After a short wait and a breeze through customs, we picked up our luggage and headed to the taxi stand. Unfortunately, my Spanish speaking skills are minimal so I pulled out our hotel …
... the fish exhibit. It showed some leftover organic material they found in what they think was a fish processing plant. The display showed what type of fish the local inhabitants were eating based on the researchers' analyses of the organic leftovers. Pretty neat that they can tell us what the people were eating here 2000 years ago.
The waffle-umbrella project itself is kind of a weird one. It is apparently quite controversial, likely because it was an ...
... iron. Went back to the hotel and she loved my room, hint! Went to the rooftop for a drink and then to dinner. Amelia ordered the entire meal for us, salad with tuna on top, she had potatoes with chicken in a sauce and I had Beef with a Roquefort sauce and fried potatoes. She decided to stay the night with me at the hotel for some sleep. We called home, harassed the boys and called it a night. Buenos noches, Seville!! ...
... dish was. We ordered some tapas, and then a main course. Most of us got the almond chicken because people said it was to do die for. It really was amazing. In Spain they eat eggs at all time of the day, and omelettes are really big for dinner. They aren't like our omelettes in America, but more of a mixture between eggs and potatoes, usually with meat. They loveeee meat here right at the end of the meal it started down pouring and we were able to get ...
... up left and right… there was a wedding at the church right next to us… which must have started at 9:30 or 10 pm! It was crazy crowded and really late. The Flamenco show was fun. I think it was very different than even Stace and I expected. Super impressive clapping (if that’s possible), singing, snapping,and dancing. We all had a good ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Petit Palace Marques Santa Ana Seville
This place was perfect! We stayed there 30 July to 1 August 2005 and could not have been happier. Great location and the room looked brand new. Very clean and the staff was responsive to our needs. A big plus was the underground parking garage. We had a family room for $85 euro. I would stay there again in a heartbeat.
We stayed here for one night in June, we stayed here for two reasons, 1) it is central, 2) at £55 a night it was very reasonably priced especially as it included breakfast. The hotel room was modern and clean, with a flat screen TV, glass sink, and everything seemed to be square (square lamps, square taps etc etc)!!
Certain aspects of this hotel were fantastic while others were somewhat mediocre.
Stayed in this htl a week from 9 till 16th of May ,stayed in a family room with xtra bunk(although we did not use it ), room was spacious,nice modern design,quiet and with well working airco, they could have placed another chair than the only one present i think,room enough !
Not a 4 stars plus!
Good position is the only pro. Hotel is new but it's not very clean. The floor of my room was really dirty. We did not have all the towels in our bathroom.
Kein 4+ Sterne Hotel.
Die gute Lage ist der einzige Vorteil. Das Hotel ist zwar neu, aber nicht gerade sauber. Der Boden in meinem Zimmer war ziemlich dreckig. Wir hatten nicht genügend Handtücher im Zimmer.
Stayed at this hotel for a week (20 April to 27 April 05). Disappointed with room - small and dark - found it quite claustrophobic. they did have air conditioning - but we found the room quite cold and would have preferred some heating.
This hotel has a lot of design elements, like mentioned in the other review. My room was fine, although a shower curtain is not only irritating but it does not fit with the rest of the interior. We had to ask everything twice, for example the filling of the (free) minibar. The cleaning was not very good unfortunately but perhaps that was because we came very early and they did not have any rooms clean yet. Beds are decent and the room is pretty quiet. Location is great just as the design.
For the price we paid (88 euro) it was definately worth it.