Hotel Rey Alfonso X

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Ximenes de Enciso 35, Seville, Andalusia, 41004, Spain
Hotel Rey Alfonso X
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Very Good
36%
49
Average
21%
28
Poor
7%
10
Terrible
4%
6

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 30% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families78
  • Couples68
  • Solo70
  • Business66

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Forum Posts

Which?

by unaS

For those in the know...

Which of these flamenco shows would you choose?
(I am looking mainly for classical flamenco.)

Miércoles 16: “EL TRONÍO”
Bailaora: Leonor Leal
Bailaor: Juan Ogalla
Cantaor: Vicente Gelo
Guitarrista: Tino

Jueves 17: “JONDO”
Bailaora: Maribel Ramos "Zambra"
Cantaor: Jeromo Segura
Guitarrista: Raúl Cantizano

Viernes 18: “FRAGUA FLAMENCA”
Bailaora: Manuela Ríos
Bailaor: Antonio Molina "Choro"
Cantaor: Javier Rivera
Guitarrista: Manuel de la Luz

Sábado 19: “RAÍCES FLAMENCAS”
Bailaora: Almudena Serrano
Bailaor: Juan Diego
Cantaora: Ana Real
Guitarrista: Pedro Sánchez

Domingo 20: “DUENDE FLAMENCO”
Bailaora: Marina Valiente
Bailaor: Juan Carlos Cardoso
Cantaora: Ana Real
Guitarrista: Manuel de la Luz

Re: Which?

by puerto_lover

Golly ! It may be difficult to find someone who has witnessed all those acts at the Casa Memoria or elsewhere but one thing I can recommend is to search on You Tube for Videos. It's amazing how many flamenco videos there are. You can possibly find all these artists ? then come to your own conclusion? Difficult I know but I think useful.

Re: Which?

by unaS

Good suggeston. Never thought of that. Thanks.

Re: Which?

by Odinnthor

Puertolover is spot on, I tried it and every one of the listed showes was there, - one of them (Duende Flamenco), had 77 videos!! Good Show PL!!

Re: Which?

by unaS

Thanks! I really enjoyed the last couple of hours!

Re: Which?

by marsistanbul

Flamenco !!
now,I'm watching Carlos Saura's Flamenco(a documentary film-DVD)..exciting!
UnaS,I would like to ask you something about Sephardic music..could you please tell me some of the names of Ladino-language singers(romance-entertainment-spiritual songs)..I prefer ladino language.and I only know Yasmin Levy,Amal Markus,and Yael Naim:)
I'm so sorry that it isn't related to yr post:)
Thank you in advance,have a great journey in Spain.
brgds.

Re: Which?

by unaS

Look for Sarit Hadad, also, not Israeli but rhwew is a Ladino/Hebrew video here:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1075788072722330798#docid=-6118323006524804193

Re: Which?

by unaS

Sorry for the typo - "there is"

Re: Which?

by marsistanbul

Thank you so much..

Re: Which?

by puerto_lover

Totally un related but to do with Seville and music, do you know that the West-East Divan rehearse each year in Seville in the summer and perform at the beginning of August in Seville before moving on to other venues including the Royal Albert Hall in london during our annual music season The Proms. The West - East Divan is a brilliant collection of musicals from Israel and Arab counties and they celebrate their 10th Anniversary this year.

Travel Tips for Sevilla

Guadalquivir River

by Carmela71

Walking along this river that crosses Sevilla and takes you to the Atlantic, is also a Historical one, a romantic walk, and from here you can also see some of the best monuemnts of Sevilla (except of course Giralda catedral and reales alcazares)

Climate

by keeweechic

With Seville having a Mediterranean climate, the area can get quite hot during the summer months with temperatures going as high as even 45C, although an average would be 26C. Spring is a pretty time to visit with the Jacaranda trees being in bloom and the temperatures are quite pleasant. The winters are quite mild and most of the rainfall happens during fall.

'Los Reales Alcazares', Abd Al...

by nulain

'Los Reales Alcazares', Abd Al Ramán III ordered in 913 the construction of the Alcazar, a fortified palace which later became the residence of various monarchs. Pedro I, 'the cruel', (1350 to 1369) made significant additions to the palace which is one of the most important examples of Mudéjar architecture in Seville. The numerous rooms, patios and halls vary in architectural styles from the Islamic to Neoclassic. The beautiful gardens and fountains are especially worth visiting.

The Cordoban Hats

by keeweechic

The Cordoban Hat or Sevillian hat has become one of the most important representations of the Spanish culture. It comes largely in black but also other colours such as grey and beige and is made of mostly wool, felt or rabbit hair. It is worn not only by men but by the women as well, usually at bull fights, horse riding and of course in flamenco dancing. It is believed that the hat had its beginnings in Cordoba, hence the name, although it is thought that it was used by farm workers. It became more popular during the 19th and early part of the 20th century.

Day 18

by into-thin-air

Yet another Long day with the walk to Aldeanueva del Camino -- 38k -- refugio

This is a difficult section to split -- you end up with either very long or very short days

No facilities en-route so make sure that you have sufficient food and water !!
The "Triumphal Arch" makes a Great half way point break !!

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Address: Ximenes de Enciso 35, Seville, Andalusia, 41004, Spain