Petit Palace Marques Santa Ana
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On the edge of the Parque de Maria Luisa stands the resplendent Plaza de Espana--"the most beautiful place in Spain," declared the girl working the front desk at our hostel. Perhaps a bit hyperbolic, but the plaza was certainly beautiful. The building how houses city government offices, making me wonder if I should consider working for the city of Seville rather than Washington, DC. After enjoying some time in the plaza, we made our way back to our ...
... It seems like a myth created by the tourists and is now being used to please those tourists. Most locals here enjoy their local beers while at a bar and a concoction of cheap red wine and soda called Tinto de Verano is consumed on hot days.
7. Orange trees – you will find these everywhere growing wild at times. Not suitable for eating though but great for marmalades. Apparently, the queen of England only has marmalade made from orange from Seville.
... wide tree lined streets and lovely parks. The cathedral is massive, the third largest in Europe after St Peters and St Paul's. We walked through a gorgeous park which had a statue of Christopher Columbus and alongside the university which is has lovely buildings.
Dinner of tapas and more beer in the cooler night air. Dark purple sky just before the sun set. Very lovely sitting outside.
Looking forward to ...
... talking in Spanglish. It's okay). It was super great to see them!
Around 11pm that night, we all met up in the Plaza Nueva for a pub crawl organized by DiscoverSevilla Excursions! We had some delicious sangria at DiscoverSevilla's office, then continued with our night out. The night was so much fun, and we got to see many different small bars around the ...
... was a day spent in some other city, not even in Spain, and our first day in Barcelona was just beginning. We went to the cathedral, sagrada familia, which has basically been worked on, and is still being worked on, since forever and is really much cooler than I gave it credit prior to actually experiencing it. From there we wandered the roads, taking in the sun and palm trees and cars driving on the right side of the road. We went to this great traditional paella ...
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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.