Patio de las Cruces is brilliantly located: in the beautiful Santa Cruz neighbourhood; close to restaurants, bars, gardens, newsagents, supermarkets, even a taxi stand; 5-min walk from the Cathedral, the Alcazar and other places of interest as well as the shopping centre of the city; 20-min walk from Guadalquivir River and Triana (the neighbourhood that offers more authentic Flamenco dance than the centre); the building is beautiful, a traditional Andalucian house with interior patio and baskets of hanging flowers and the staff are friendly and helpful. On the negative side, the rooms are small and the ground floor rooms are very dark. The matresses are way past their best and the bathroom is tiny (no hairdryer but available at reception). However, the worst was the lack of central heating. There is air conditioning but no remote control for it! It´s regulated by the hotel and works by slotting in your key-card. This means that when you enter at night the room is frozen (we visited in February) and you have to leave the air on all night - or get up sweating at 5 in the morning to turn it off... It´s a real spoiler especially if you don´t like waking up with a dry throat. We paid 40euro per night, which was about right for what it offered, though the price list indicated that the same room could cost up to 120euro depending on the season.
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