San Pablo Hotel Seville

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Avenida de la Innovacion 10, 41007 Seville, Spain
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Excellent
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39%
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Average
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Poor
7%
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2

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 28% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families52
  • Couples40
  • Solo20
  • Business50

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Any 'American' restaurants in Sevilla?

by ShelleBelle729

We are spending 2 weeks in Sevilla, and will be there over the Thanksgiving holiday. Although we are looking forward to enjoying the local cuisine, we are kind of hoping to find a place we can get something closer to an American Thanksgiving dinner on the 25th.
We can easily live without it, I just thought I'd see what options there are!

Re: Any 'American' restaurants in Sevilla?

by leics

I am bookmarking this simply because Thanksgiving does not, as far as I know, have any sort of presence anywhere in Europe. Even 'American' restaurants are not (to my knowledge) terribly common, barring McD et al.

I am almost certain you will have to live without it, but will be fascinated to know of possibilities.....

Re: Any 'American' restaurants in Sevilla?

by WomBatt

Here is a starter for further investigation - http://www.exploreseville.com/pda/american.htm

Google if these place have any web existence and anything planned.

Re: Any 'American' restaurants in Sevilla?

by leics

So am I right in thinking that what happens (if anything does) is likely to be organised by/for local American ex-pats, rather than something done spontaneously by restaurants? That would make sense, and is certainly the case in the UK (not sure about London, but London is not representative of the rest of the UK at all).

Re: Any 'American' restaurants in Sevilla?

by hawkhead

I've made my own pumpkin pie, as I haven't yet tracked down a can of ready prepared pumpkin. I am not an American, I just love it - and served with sour cream......... almost as good as haggis,neeps and tatties!!

Re: Any 'American' restaurants in Sevilla?

by puerto_lover

Just out of interest, I found the experience of an American in Madrid and his comments on arranging Thanksgiving for friends last year. His BLOG says that even though he is very familiar with Madrid, he found it difficult to source his essentials !
http://www.renfe.com/docs/andalucia_MD.pdf

Of course Turkey (Pavo) is a popular dish in Spain. But not pumpkin pie (tarta de calabaza ? )

Re: Any 'American' restaurants in Sevilla?

by ShelleBelle729

Thank you all for your assistance! I can't wait - 8 days and counting :-)

Re: Any 'American' restaurants in Sevilla?

by shareheart

Hello,

We are a family living in Sevilla and it seems you were able to find a place for a Thanksgiving meal but no name was listed - I would love to know which restaurant, as I think my children would really enjoy the experience of having an "American Thanksgiving" in Sevilla. Gracias!

Re: Any 'American' restaurants in Sevilla?

by leics

Actually, we do not know if the poster did find anywhere. Pedmar's post (with the menu) refers to somewhere in Paris.

The thread contains suggestions for further research but no specific restaurants in Seville were suggested for the reasons given in the replies.

Travel Tips for Sevilla

General Info

by Redang

Tourism Offices

* Plaza del Triunfo, 1 (main pic)
41004 Sevilla
- Tel.: (+34) 954 21 00 05 / 902 07 63 36
- Fax: (+34) 954 21 08 58
- E. mail: infoturismo@prodetur.es
- Internet: www.turismosevilla.org

*Aeropuerto/Airport de San Pablo. Autopista de San Pablo, s/n
41007 Sevilla
- Tel.: (+34) 954 44 91 28
- Fax: (+34) 954 44 91 29
- E. mail: otaesevilla@andalucia.org
- Internet: www.andalucia.org

*Estación de Santa Justa / Avd. Kansas City, s/n (railway station)
41007 Sevilla
- Tel.: (+34) 954 78 20 02
- Fax: (+34) 954 82 20 21
- E. mail: otjusta@andalucia.org
- Internet: www.andalucia.org

*Avda. Constitución, 21 B (second pic)
41001 Sevilla
- Tel.: (+34) 954 787 578
- Fax: (+34) 954 787 579
- E. mail: otsevilla@andalucia.org
- Internet: www.andalucia.org

*Plaza de San Francisco, s/n - Ayto. de Sevilla (Museo de la Logia) (City Hall)
41004 Sevilla
- Tel.: (+34) 954 59 01 88
- Fax: (+34) 954 59 01 88
- Internet: www.turismo.sevilla.org

*Calle (street) Arjona, 28. Naves del Barranco (third pic)
41001 Sevilla
- Tel.: (+34) 902 194 897
- Fax: (+34) 954 229 566
- E. mail: barranco.turismo@sevilla.org
- Internet: www.turismo.sevilla.org

* Some more websites:
- www.sevilla.org
- www.juntadendalucia.es
- www.turismosevilla.org

Toilets

by keeweechic

There are not a lot of public pay toilets in Seville and cafés are probably the best place to try or department stores. Some restaurants and bars will request you to be a customer but others won’t mind. The odd street convenience I saw such as this one was very modern and it was on Plaza Nueva. The Spanish word for toilets is ‘Los Servicios’.

Visit La giralda.
You only...

by Raffa

Visit La giralda.
You only have to look at the sky from any part of the historic quarters of Seville and you will see an emblematic figure: The Giralda. If you look at its base it´s made of tablets and marble brought from the town of Itálica. It´s said that the base of the Giralda which is hidden underground is half the height of the tower which can be seen, although in reality this part goes down 15 meters while on the surface what you can see is nenety-three meters high.
First part of the body is made of brick, has lenghts of 'sebka', lengths of engraved brick, for which is recognised all over the world. At the end of the minaret they placed four broze balls, whose reflection could be seen kilometers away until they were destroyed by an earthquake.
In the 16th century the cathedral authorities decided to rebuild the top to symbolise Christian power, and the added the spectacular body of 25 bells, and above this a statue of a woman which has gone down in history as the Giraldillo. Some people say that is how the tower got its current name, however this doesn´t seem to be true, and the name of one of the world´s most famous towers continues to be a mystery. The Giralda in figures:
it weighs 2000kg, and is 4 meters high.
Bellfry:
it holds 25 bells from different ages. The oldest is the clock bell made in 1400.
Height:
The tower is 93 meters high plus 4 meters for its statue. Its base, made of stpnes and tablets measures 15 meters.
Opening hours:
Daily from 11:00 to 17:00
On Sundays from 14:00 to 18:00
Entrance fee: 700ptas (4 euros)

Seville Shawls

by keeweechic

The Seville Shawl or Manila Shawl had its beginnings in the Philippines when Spain colonized the country. Originally belonging to the Chinese with its oriental designs, the silk shawl soon became popular as a protection against the cold and the Spanish redesigned the decorations with brightly coloured flowers and birds. The shawl was brought back to Spain and became a part of the flamenco dancer’s wardrobe. There is a village called Villamanrique de la Condesa who has become well known for the making of these beautiful shawls

Packing List

by Marynn

I went to Seville late september and it was hot! So I would recommend enough suntan lotion, cool clothes and oh yes, comfortable shoes. You'll be doing a lot of walking. There's so much to see in Seville. So much history, I wouldn't know where to begin.

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Address: Avenida de la Innovacion 10, 41007 Seville, Spain