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Me and my girlfriend stayed for two nights in the Silken Al-andalus hotel. It was great. The price was very reasonable, considering the hotel in all. The rooms are quite spacious, very clean, with TV, minbar, Air Conditioner and a safe. The bathroom was also...More
I always stay at the Hotel Al-Andalus and this time I noticed that the breakfast buffet has been improved very much. The variety of food there is great and one can find almost everything one desires.
Also the Cafeteria has a terrific dish called Carrillera,...More
I normally stay at the Al Andalus when visiting Seville especially if having a car because of the ease of access to join the ring road and for parking. I stayed a couple of nights recently and found that the hotel was very busy because...More
We spent 3 nights here, an Internet package @ 78€ per night (VAT and breakfast included). Very attentive and efficient staff. It's over 4 km from city centre but there is a 34 bus stop very close which drops you off near the tram terminus...More
This was like staying at a Marriott or Hilton in Seville. Large, modern hotel with modern amenities. Many blocks from old city and requires using taxis. Had adequate restaurant. Concierge was good at recommending where to eat and go for Flamenco.
There is no indoor pool at the Silken. There is the usual spa treatments and there is a sauna. You can go with Rent-a-Bike, if you want to do your own thing and there are hundreds of bike stations all over the city. If you... More
There is no indoor pool at the Silken. There is the usual spa treatments and there is a sauna. You can go with Rent-a-Bike, if you want to do your own thing and there are hundreds of bike stations all over the city. If you don't know Sevilla maybe go for See By Bike or Seville Bike Tour Shop and join a guided tour group. They would all be able to tell you if you have a bike station near the Silken. If not, the public transport is great and , I think it is a number 6 bus, (the hotel will tell you) very near the hotel. Sevilla is very bike friendly!