Category Archives: Seville

Great facilities and location in Sevilla – 4*

Treat yourself to stay at this stunning 4 star Top Secret Hotel, with great facilities and location in Sevilla. The luxurious and relaxing property enjoys an extensive list of services and amenities that suit both the business and leisure traveller alike. The hotel and its staff are also very welcoming of families travelling with children and accommodate to any additional needs they may have. The onsite restaurant and bar are both great spots for socialising and grabbing a delicious bite to eat or a drink if you don’t feel like leaving the hotel.

The interiors of this hotel are stylish and modern and have been finished to the highest standard, throughout the hotel and in every one of the spacious guest rooms. Guests looking to relax and unwind at the end of the day are more than welcome to make use of the outdoor swimming pool and solarium, while business travellers can enjoy the convenience of a business centre complete with photocopying and fax.

The location of the hotel is ideal for the business traveller as it is right in the heart of the congress and financial district, and also for visitors who wish to visit the major tourist attractions as the historic city centre is only 4 km away. For history enthusiasts there are a number of fascinating museums that tell the story of the city’s complex past, and including the tomb of Christopher Columbus inside the immense cathedral. The bones of arguably the world’s most famous explorer are buried within an ornate tomb and are the subject to much controversy and debate.

Live like a local and head over to one of the open-air markets to grab yourself a bargain, whether it’s for groceries or a vintage item picked up in a flea market. The Mercado de Encarnacion and the Mercado de Arenal are both food markets that are well worth a visit, even if just for taking some souvenir photographs. You’ll be able to find lots of locally sourced and grown produces including fruit and veg and fresh fish.

One of the best ways to get to grips with a city and not to miss out on anything is by foot and what better way than with a walking tour. Tours set off from lots of destinations around the city, including the historic Jewish Quarter (Santa Cruz) which takes you over the cobbled streets and in and around the picturesque houses, before you can pause at the Flamenco Museum and learn more about the history of the dance and finally watch a live performance inside one of the nearby traditional Jewish houses. ¡Ole!