Patio de La Alameda
Alameda de Hércules, 56, Seville, Spain star
Doubles from: $121 to $165
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Reviewed by EuroCheapo.com Editors
While showing us around the Patio de la Alameda Hotel, our host Millam beamed with pride, and with good right. The three-star hotel, set in a historic palace that was once home to the famous sculptor, “Susillo,” is quite stylish.
The hotel’s 39 rooms are tastefully furnished with wrought iron beds and wooden secretary dressers. Arched windows overlook the hotel’s interior patios, which are filled with natural light (note that there are no windows that face outside). Each room is equipped with air conditioning, a flat-screen TV, safe and minibar.
All bathrooms are private and boast hydromassage shower heads. Though we saw countless tiled walls throughout Seville, the patterns here were truly unique.
A buffet breakfast is served for an extra charge, and Wi-Fi is free throughout. The garage under the hotel offers parking for a fee, and smoking is allowed on the interior patios.
The Patio de la Alameda is located on Seville’s northern end, among the nightlife hot spots of Alameda de Hercules.
Reviewed by: Kari Hoerchler, EuroCheapo Staff Writer
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.
- Bicycle Rental
- Breakfast Extra Charge
- Car Rental
- Concierge/Booking Services
- Free Newspapers
- Laundry Service
- Luggage Storage
- Non-Smoking Hotel
- Non-Smoking Rooms
- Reception: 24-Hour
- Wake-Up Service
- Wi-Fi Connection
- Wi-Fi: Free
- AC Available
- Air conditioning
- Bathroom: Private
- Bathtubs Available
- Cable TV
- Coffee/Tea Maker
- Hair Dryer
Alameda de Hércules, 56
La Alameda, Seville, Spain
About the Patio de La Alameda neighborhood
La Alameda, with its edgy vibe and nightlife scene, is made for late night revellers. The neighborhood may be in the throes of gentrification at the hands of trendy young professionals, but it retains its rough edges and party-friendly feel. Exhibits A and B: headshops and punk jewelry shops aplenty.