Ac Santa Justa

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

C/ Luis Fuentes Bejarano 45, Seville, Andalusia, 41020, Spain
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
13%
7
Very Good
51%
27
Average
25%
13
Poor
7%
4
Terrible
1%
1

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 37% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families83
  • Couples71
  • Solo66
  • Business60

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Forum Posts

gratuities

by nicolascharles

what is the proper amount to add as a gratuity when dining? For other services?

Re: gratuities

by MaheshSamtani

There is o fixed percentage which could be considered as normal for a gratuity in Spain. A lot depends on how satisified you are with the service and with the meals and on the amount of your bill. For example if you have paid aprox. 25 Euros per person, it would be normal to keep between one and two Euros per person. Also depends on the category of the restaurant. If the place is very formal you may have to increase the mentioned amount a little bit. As for other services such as a taxi, it would be normal to give a tip of between one and 2 euroes depending on the distance of the ride.

have a great trip

Re: gratuities

by Roadquill

You don't provide any personal information on your page so it makes it harder to respond to your question. In Spain there is not an expectation of a meaningful tip. For an average meal with good service, leaving a euro in change would be fine. I had an excellent meal in San Sebastian several years ago where the bill for my family was around 300 euro. The staff was thrilled when I left them 20 euro as a thank you for great service and a memorable evening. Many of my european friends don't like it when Americans leave large % style tips. Karl

Re: gratuities

by johnincornwall

For meals/table service think around 10%, always depending on the quality of service and friendliness etc, and reasonable rounding-up! For example if your bill is 57 euros, they'd be delighted to keep the change from 60, but if you did the same for 53 euros it's a bit over the top.

If you are sitting at the bar just leave the very small change on the tray or something.

Re: gratuities

by cherry_tribal

Hi Nicolas,


Just depending on the place that you go to eat and how much it is ( € ) !

Normally when I go out for eating ( lunch or dinner ) and maybe pay a menu for 2 persons.. total of... 20€ I use to leave 1€ o 2 €.

People in Spain, how much as I know from my parents, people leave the % of the IVA as a TIP...


Check that out :-) !

Travel Tips for Sevilla

Car Rental / Hire in Spain

by jodijjack

Do not hire a car from Europcar.

We booked and prepaid for 10 days of a Mercedes car. We paid extra for after hours pick-up, and yet when we arrived in the early afternoon to that unspeakable town, they were closed and they nor the 800 line were picking up their phone.

We then had two choices. Spend 400 Euro to get a driver to bring us to Sevilla, where our hotel reservation was for the night, or wait 4 hours for a 4-hour long bus. We chose the latter.

We had 2 days to spend in Sevilla. One of those days was spent almost in entirety on the phone with customer service trying to work out the situation. In the end, we were told that we would be refunded. But a month later, after we returned home, we received a letter (after many inquiries) that we would not be receiving so much as a dime in refund.

Do NOT use Europcar. There is a recession, and they plan to get there money in any way possible!! El Ronconcillo ! ! ! What an amazing time! It almost made up for the Europcar disaster.

Sevilla has a magic...

by brandergal

Sevilla has a magic atmostphere that simply isn't found anywhere else. It is the smell of oranges and jasmine that permeates the city, the tranquility of the river and the old section of town. Michener said it has 'gracia' and that best describes it. Flamenco music and dancing, El Gallo consistently has high quality performers and not quite as touristy of an atmosphere

Not too far away is the...

by Pegasus74

Not too far away is the splendid Plaza de Espana consisting of a semi-circular stretch of arcaded brick-faced building and a lovely fountain at its centre packed with hungry doves, rendering a perfect backdrop on a picture when they are almost overshadowed by twilight. A boating pond spanned by small bridges forms its diameter.

Cross-Generational Interaction

by acemj

One thing you might notice in Sevilla is that people of all ages will walk together, eat together and generally socialize together. Families don't exclude the elderly from social situations and it's very common to see an elderly woman walking arm-in-arm with her daughter or granddaughter.

Rain in february

by tompt

When you visit in february be sure to bring an umbrella. Otherwise you could end up like we did. Hiding under an overpass waiting for the rain to stop.
Almost everybody there carried an umbrella.

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