AlmaSevilla - Hotel Palacio de Villapanes

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Santiago 31, Seville, 41003, Spain
AlmaSevilla - Hotel Palacio de Villapanes
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98%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
75%
450
Very Good
19%
113
Average
4%
24
Poor
0%
4
Terrible
0%
3

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 23% more than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Families98
  • Couples93
  • Solo100
  • Business85

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CONSIGNA/ Luggage

by xoPelirrojaxo

Estoy llegando en Sevilla a las 12:30 por la tarde pero mi apartamento no es lista hasta seis, hay un lugar donde yo puedo salir mi equipaje? Gracias!


Hey everyone! I'm getting in to Sevilla at 12:30pm but my apartments not ready until 6pm....is there somewhere I can leave my luggage???

And also any other fun tips on where to go during the day while waiting but stay close to Plaza de Cuba?

Re: CONSIGNA/ Luggage

by puerto_lover

There is a CONSIGNA at Seville's main railway station. Santa Justa station is on the 'other' side of the city from Plaza de Cuba. Worth looking at the bus map because there are buses that go round the old city on a circular route that stop at the Santa Justa station. As you are standing in front of the station looking out, you will see a car park. Just walk over past the cars to the far side where there are bus stops.
The Seville bus company site gives routes:www.tussam.es

Travel Tips for Sevilla

Monuments

Cathedral and...

by ctv881




Monuments

Cathedral and La Giralda
Torre del Oro (Gold Tower)
Royal Alcázares
Pilato´s House
Basílica de la Macarena
Charity Hospital
Plaza de España (Spain Square)
Archives of the Indies
Lebrija Palace
University (Old Tobacco Factory)
The Council
San Telmo Palace

Sevilla-histiry (continued)

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

New blossoming of Seville is connected with International Ibero-Americana exhibition which took place there in 1929.
In 1992 Seville became one of the centers of celebrating of the 500 anniversary of the discovery of America. There has passed world Expo-1992.

Feria de Abril

by Rafa73

The Feria is essentially a small city erected for less than one week. Over a month ago we stopped by to see the main gate almost finished, so work begins well before Semana Santa. In the "spirit of Los Remedios" (I'm kidding a bit on this one) it is set up in a grid with rows of casetas or square tents lining the streets which are named for famous bullfighters. There are of course places to eat, and a section of the grounds with rides and games. The afternoon is the time to see horses and most of the traditional dress of Feria goers. The night is the time for drinking and dancing until the sun comes up! As with all fairs almost anywhere in the world expect higher prices for just about anything including things outside of the grounds like hotel rooms and taxis. And while May is technically still spring, and a wonderful time in Sevilla, the end of Feria seems to mark the beginning of summer. This changes a bit this year with the early arrival of Semana Santa and thus the early Feria de Abril! (Text by Jeff Spielvogel)

Expecting English

by betis1

Don't expect a lot of English, but do expect waiters and other people to be helpful when you are trying to order something or find your way around here. A little Spanish goes a long way, so try to speak what you can. And practice the art of gesturing a lot - when you can't say something maybe a shrug or a flailing of hands will bring you some luck, if not some laughs.

Flamenco class

by Joyce_HK

I took a one-week flamenco and compas class in Taller Flamenco in April 2003 (yes, during the Feria!). The shool also arranged my lodging in some local apartments during my stay in Seville.

The school is located in the North of Seville city, in walking distance to the city centre. I appreciated such location as the district is less crowded but more local.

To lean flamenco well, I suggest you have some lessons in your hometown before setting off the Seville - the dance is not easy! You would feel a lot better if you have had a taste of the dance before coming. And ideally, spend more time learning the dance! It's fantastic and romantic!

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