AC Sevilla Torneo

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Avenida Sanchez Pizjuan 32, Seville, 41009, Spain

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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 41% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples88
  • Solo77
  • Business82
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    Nice Hotel But Far From the Old City

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    We stayed at AC Sevila Torneo because we could stay free using my Marriott Reward points. The hotel is located about a 30 minute walk from the old town on Sanchez Pizuhan. On the positive side the rooms are clean, modern with nice bathroom facilities. Front counter staff are very helpful even though many of the staff have limited English abilities which was great because it gave me an excuse to practice my Spanish to a captive group.

    There is no business center but staff were kind enough to allow me to use the computer at their front desk. There is even a very nice gym in the basement of the hotel. On the negative side the hotel sits on a busy street and is located a long ways from downtown. There are no real restaurant or cafes in the area although there is a LIDL grocery store less than a block away across the street.

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Forum Posts

Semana Santa Seville

by greenday

Hi, I am planning our itinerary for next year and would like to spend a few days in Seville for Semana Santa. On the downside I am concerned everything will be closed especially the sights. We were planning on Seville for 3 nights, Wed, Thurs, Good Friday and then moving on to another town/city in Spain. We also will be visiting Granada, Madrid, Salamanca, Ronda and Toledo. Does anyone know whether any of these other places would have sights open on say Easter Sat, Sun or Mon so we can do tourist sightseeing also? Are there any other suggestions? We will have about 10 days in Spain before we move on to Morocco or Portugal. Any help appreciated. Thanks. (I have also posted this in the Spain forum).

Re: Semana Santa Seville

by trvlrtom

It has been ages, way too many years, since I had a trip to this area. But my week in Andalucia during Semana Santa was one of the most memorable I've ever had. I'd recommend that along with Ronda, you visit one or more of the Pueblas Blancas. After the big events in Sevilla, the festivities in towns like Arcos de la Frontera, or Vejer, were refreshingly authentic. Nothing at all against Sevilla - it can't be missed. But the small scale of the little towns was a wonderful contrast. I also loved Cadiz. I recall having a room in an upper floor that faced the narrow street below, where I could watch the lines of celebrants parading during the evening. A magical experience.

Travel Tips for Sevilla

Rain

by timtregenza

"La lluvia en Sevilla es una maravilla". So says the Spanish pronunciation practice. (like "the rain in spain falls mainly on the plain".)

But it is not. When it rains in Seville, there are not many things to do, particularly with small children. Fortunately, for most of the year, the rain is not common.

Using Internet in Seville

by Pakistaniguy

There are several Internet shops/cafes in Seville. You just need to ask a local and he'll guide u to the nearest one or just try to walk towards a market and you will find the internet cafe. Where i used internet in Seville, i paid 2.5 Euros for 1.5 hours. Was ist cheap of expensive ?

PLAZA DE ESPANA -- TILED BENCHES # 2

by LoriPori

All along the facade of the main building are beautiful tiled benches, representing the Provinces of Spain. The benches pictured here are of : Barcelona - Albacete - Alicante - Avila and the Monuments in Seville.
By the way, these are just a few of the dozens of tiled benches that can be found in front and all around the Plaza de Espana.

Life is not fair

by betis1

Remember that saying you always hated hearing from your parents and teachers? Try and think of this often before you come here. Many Americans and others feel entitled to be treated equally, but that may not always be the case in Spain or Sevilla. The bartender may serve his friends or regulars first even though you've been there longer trying to flag him down. Some people may get olives with their beer while you get only the beer. They may even serve others larger portions of tapas. The store employee may first serve that person who broke in line right in front of you (see below). The person behind the counter in the hardware store may decide they don't have what you want even though you know they do. Someone in El Corte Inglés may tell you there is no way to connect a DVD player to your type of television when there are several ways (hint to the fellow who told us this - I'm watching DVDs just fine on my type of television). These examples are exceptions, not the rule, but they do happen.

Sevilla FC

by lilnation

Sevilla Football does not match the International stature of Real Madrid or Barcelona but it is still a reputable football club Although I did not see a game when I was in Sevilla b/c the season ended. The football stadium is located in the main shopping district of Sevilla. It is approximately 10-15 minutes walking distance from Santa Justa train station.

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