This is a large essentialy commercial hotel chosen by our tour. It has comfortable rooms and efficient service with a typical breakfast buffet. It is a distance from the city center (about 2 miles) but it has a garage so that other transport may be a wise choice in a city like Sevilla. Beside the ancient Almohad wall which you can see from the front door, there is the nearby Hospital de la Sangre which is worth a visit (we did not have time).
Unique Quality: Garage
Directions: La Macarena
Our stay in the Tryp Macarena hotel was excellent.
The room was spacious enough, airconditionned, clean and with a comfortable XL bed. It is recommended to book for a inside room (the streetside is rather noisy).
The bathroom (decorated with blue marble) was also spacious and accomodated with all necessary accessories.
The breakfastbuffet is one of the most complete I ever
The staff is very polite and helpful (most of them speak english).
Directions: Near the Macarena basilica.
The hotel is well situated in the macarena area. A walk to the center takes about 20 minutes. If you don't like walking, there is a busstop and a taxistation just in front of the hotel.
I'm going to Seville on the 14th for 3 nights. Found these 3 places from ryanair and easyjet so I wonder which is the best place to stay. Apparently Lux Sevilla Bormujos is quite far from the city centre and public transport is not really efficient from there. But the photos look really impressive.
Any suggestions for hotels are highly appreciated. My budget would be around £100-£150 which is around 144-216 euros for 3 nights.
And is there any direct bus/train service from Seville to Faro or must I go through Huelva?
Thanks a lot lads
July & August are low season in Seville because everybody wants to escape due to the heat so hotels are looking for customers. if you like a swimming pool then this could be an important factor in choosing the hotel.
You mention that you are going to Faro after Seville. There is a bus from the bus termnus at Plaza de Armas. It is near the river (technically the canal!) on the west side of the city and not too far from the Maestranza bull ring. The route from Seville to the Algarve is currently operated 'jointly' or like a code share arrangement, by the Spanish bus company based in Huelva (this is the province bordering Portugal west of Seville Province) called DAMAS and the Portuguese bus company EVA.
the times (believe it's 7.30 morning and 4.30 afternoon0 should be on both these companies web sites;
the TRYP hotel is possibly the most convenient situated from point of view of sights and getting to bus terminus.
The Al Andalus is nice and has best swimming pool also you can get the 34 bus into the center without too much delay. Its about 2o min bus ride.
Alternative, if pool is not required, is to look for any hotel within easy walk of Triana or Barrio Santa Cruz neighborhoods. There are too many hotels in Seville and you will have a large choice.
Thanks a lot.
One more question, is the bus to Faro a direct one or do I have to take a transit at Huelva?
I am fairly sure that it goes through only stopping at the Huelva bus station on route. But I am sure you won´t have any problems.
Again, thanks a lot :)
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