AC Ciuadad de Sevilla is located in one of the most popular residential areas in Seville, next to Avenida de la Palmera, Maria Luisa Park, Puente de las Delicias, Real Club Pineda, the Congress Palace, and the financial and business center, with quick access to the Airport, the fairground and the train station (Santa Justa).
"Good hotel easy to get to city either walk or bus"
Very easy hotel to get to the city as bus stops outside hotel and buses go every seven minutes. Very good restaurant and friendly staff not huge menu but adequate. The room we had was alright but the shower was not very narrow and quite a lot of mildew needed refurbishment. The rest was fine.
We stayed here for a week, it's about half an hour leisurely walk into the city or you can catch the bus from outside the hotel, the train stations and airport are in easy reach., no need for a car unless you're planning to go somewhere really rural as the public transport connection is so good. The hotel itself is clean, comfortable and well equipped and the staff are friendly and helpful, particularly the front desk. Internet is good. We only had breakfast here once, and it was good, with nice fresh fruit and pastries, cold meats and cheeses etc - we didn't have any other meals here.
"Nice hotel outside city center "
It's a modern and clean hotel. The only problem is the location. I had to take a taxi to get there and the neighborhood doesn't have much to offer. I did find some restaurants in the neighborhood and then found out they are closed on Sunday!!! Room is not sound proof enough, I can hear the rain outside. It's much easier to stay in the city center, everything is within walking distance. Next time I will stay in the center.
"Comfortable Option outside the city centre"
Lovely old building with renovated modern rooms. The hallways are oddly dark and a bit shabby but the rest of the hotel is very well maintained. Rooms have a small fridge but no coffee machine. There is coffee and a pastry available in the lobby in the morning if you need to leave early. The on-site restaurant only serves a buffet breakfast which is fairly expensive (18 Euros) but has a great selection. Also note the restaurant keeps traditional Spanish hours so it is closed from about 4 - 8:30 p.m. The area is mostly businesses with some restaurants and a grocery store nearby. It is a half block away from a bus stop that takes you right to the centre of Seville.
The hotel is in a restored Spanish building which is quite pretty from the outside. Inside it is very modern and quite adequate. Service is friendly but there is no bellhop so be prepared to handle your own luggage which can be an effort. We had a good burger for lunch in the cafe. Our stay was on a cold, rainy day. The room was very cold and when I called down to learn how to get some heat, I was told there was. NO heat. Don't know why. Get an extra blanket. Luckily, we only stayed one night. Under different conditions , I'd give it a good review.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Maestro - Diners Club
Check-in: 12:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM