great hotel, book the cheapest room you can, then upgrade to a room with a terrace on arrival, this will let you buy breakfast for ten euro per day (usully 14), give you access to an executive club room which has snacks, coffee and computers for your use, also gives you a late check out until 4pm. bed was a bit hard for me so they provided extra pillows to sleep on. no in room coffee making facilities but used the executive room. pool area was nice and relaxing, plenty of shade, a towel costs one euro but comes with a bottle of water, pool not heated but fine once you are in. the buffet breakfast was amazing, open from seven until eleven, no complaints about this hotel. will stay there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An oasis in the orange blossom capital This modern, light hotel, fully refurbished in 2005, emerges like an oasis in the orange blossom capital, amongst the gardens of the Heliopolis quarter and close to Parque de Maria Luisa and Plaza de Espana. With 623 rooms, the Silken Al-Andalus Palace hotel stands out for its spacious facilities, irradiating light and freshness, inviting the guests to enjoy its more than 15,000 m2 of gardened areas, have a relaxing dip in its exclusive pool, rest in its spacious rooms with free Internet connection or enjoy a glass of wine in its piano bar with live music. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Silken Al Andalus Palace Hotel
- Silken Al Andalus Palace Seville