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The two-star Hotel Adriano Seville is located on a main street near La Maestranza bullring. It oozes 19th-century charm with a little chaos (and a first-floor ice cream shop) thrown in.
Coffer-ceilinged hallways on three floors lead to the Adriano’s 34 rooms, which vary in size and décor. Some rooms have simple wooden bed frames, while others have large, intricately designed wrought iron headboards. In one room we saw a light Bauhaus chair in one corner and a heavy, medieval-looking one in the opposite corner. Strong colors tie things together, and the bedspread and curtain patterns are a mix of floral prints and stripes. All rooms are equipped with air conditioning, a telephone, TV and minibar.
The bathroom walls are covered with beige marble. Sinks of white porcelain contrast with wooden countertops and mirror frames. Bathtubs are available (ask ahead).
Some rooms have a view of the bullring and the Guadalquivir River. Do note, though, that while windows are double-paned, rooms facing the main street can still be noisy, especially during the April Fair, bullfighting season or Easter Week.
An on-site Jacuzzi is available for an additional fee, and guests can use the rooftop terrace and solarium for free. Be sure to grab a cool snack or beverage in the street-level café. Helado never tasted so good as it does against a backdrop of chandeliers and tall mirrors. Breakfast is also served here, for an additional fee.
Wi-Fi is free throughout the hotel.
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor. This review is based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
- Reception: 24-Hour
- Wi-Fi: Free
- Air conditioning
- Bathroom: Private
- Bathtubs Available
- Cable TV
- Handicap accessible rooms
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About the Adriano Boutique Sevilla neighborhood
El Arenal is a great place to absorb the local vibe and take advantage of good restaurants. As one might expect from a less touristy 'hood, El Arenal is not the city's most popular zone for nightlife, but cafés and restaurants are still abundant. This is also the bullfighting hub, and La Maestranza, a sizeable bullring, is a main draw, as is the Museo de Bellas Artes.