Casa Sol y Luna
Calle Peréz Galdós 1A, Seville, Spain
Doubles from: $48 to $100
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Conveniently located in the heart of the historic city center, the Casa Sol y Luna hostal provides cheaply priced accommodation in Seville – Spain, and a friendly atmosphere, where you will feel truly welcomed. The hostal is close from the University, the Jardines Reales Alcazares, and the Jardines del Prado de San Sebastian. Guests staying at this budget Seville accommodation will find clean and comfortable rooms, perfect for a good night’s stay. The interior decorations nicely mix traditional Seville-style accents with Moorish elements, thus preserving the original charm of this lovely place. The strategic location of the hostal, close from many restaurants, tapas bars, the city’s main shopping streets, and various entertainment venues makes the Casa Sol y Luna a great destination for backpackers, and other travelers who don’t want to spend a lot of money on a good quality stay. The historic city center is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Seville, featuring interesting neighborhoods where you may admire a large number of notable landmarks. The Santa Cruz neighborhood with the Andalusian-style Cathedral and the world famous Alcázar fortress, the San Bartolomé district with the spectacular Puerta de la Carne, the San Vicente and San Lorenzo neighborhoods all provide excellent opportunities for you to discover the history of the city. The Arenal district is famous for its Maestranza Bullring, as well as for the statue of Carmen la Cigarrera, the Casa de la Moneda exhibition center, and the Hospital de la Caridad.
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- Reception: 24-Hour
About the Casa Sol y Luna neighborhood
Centro is, not surprisingly, Seville's hub, anchored by Plazas San Francisco and Nueva and filled with shopping streets, churches, museums, restaurants, cafés. For visitors who must be at the center of the action, this is the place to be. Note, though, that because it's so in demand, it's also not cheap. Other hallmarks: loud cathedral bells, an absence of Internet cafés, and the obligatory Starbucks.