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Sacristia de Santa Ana
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Reviewed June 13, 2013

We stayed here for 2 nights in June 2013 as part of a short Andalucian road trip.

We chose it after reading reviews on TA and choosing something that seemed well located and good value.

We drove to the hotel and found it easily enough with our Sat Nav but then found it a bit of a struggle to get to the recommended car park as the GPS (and our brains!) struggled with the small streets and one way system so we spent a bit of time going this way and that before we found it, parked and walked back to the hotel. Just be aware of this if you are driving. The car park is 20 euros for 24 hours and probably a 8 minute walk to the hotel.

The hotel itself was lovely, really well presented, clean, with friendly, helpful staff.

We had booked via Booking.com and had one of the small rooms that was windowless but for a narrow opening into the central area of the hotel - i.e. so you wouldn't leave it open as it would be noisy/not private plus it wouldn't have provided much ventilation anyway. We should have probably upgraded but we went with it although the room was very small and the aircon irritated my throat by the end of the second night. The bathroom was a good size and clean. The bed was very comfy and the room very nice, just small and stuffy. As per the other reviews I'd definitely recommend a bigger room.

We found the location of the hotel to be perfect for us as we'd had recommendations from friends who enjoyed the nearby Macarena and Santa Cruz neighbourhoods and we like to do lots of exploring on foot anyway so this worked well for us. We found it easier than expected to cover quite a lot of ground in the 48 hours we were there.

The Avenida de Hercules where the hotel is based is a great, buzzy pedestrianised area where people and families enjoy the social space with kids, dogs, musicians etc. Good for people watching. There were also lots of good cafes and restaurants nearby for breakfast, lunch and dinner! We didn't have breakfast at the hotel - the toast/coffee deal at nearby cafes for 3 euros is pretty unbeatable and it's al fresco.

We would probably have rated the hotel "Good" if there was that option, rather than "Average" but given our experience of the small room and the fact that we didn't have the breakfast etc we wouldn't have said it was "Very Good". We did very much enjoy our stay though and loved Seville. I'd recommend the hotel and the location but avoid the small rooms!

Room Tip: Avoid the small windowless rooms that open into the centre of the hotel. Go bigger and higher.
  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank DiosaUK
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Reviewed June 9, 2013

First, the reception at the desk was very friendly and very professional .The look of the hotel is lovely. Their location is second to none.We had ask for a quiet room,so we had a room on the top floor and on the other side of the main road with a terrace.It was very sunny but with a limited view.Everything was first class:comfy bed,bedsheets,towels.Nice size bathroom very clean.Room was sparkling.The Alameda the Hercules is bustling with activities until very late.There is a lot of good restaurants for breakfast ,tapas and dinner less than 5 minutes walk.
Would i go back or recommend this place? In Sevilla it's the place to be for a small,beautiful and different hotel.

Room Tip: room 501 with a sunny terrace but a bit of limited view.
  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank AventureMTL
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Reviewed June 8, 2013

We recently returned from a 5 night stay at Sacristia de Santa Ana in Seville. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay there and would recommend it highly.

Location:
As other reviews have mentioned, it's not as close to the city center as other hotels. It is about a 15 minute walk to the Cathedral and Alcazar. However, we found that advantageous as it also allowed easy access to restaurants which were far less touristy and more authentic. The closer you get to the attractions, the higher the costs of food and drinks and the poorer the quality of food. It was also an easy walk to the river, which has a lovely walking path, and the city walls. The restaurants on and close to the plaza were all good and the front desk was happy to recommend excellent restaurants nearby.

Rooms:
We upgraded to the superior double and it was quite large. The bathroom was newly renovated and very spacious. The room itself was beautiful. We had three large windows facing the plaza which let in a large amount of light, but which could be firmly shuttered to block all the light. The bed was a true double (not two twins pushed together) and it felt like memory foam. Very comfortable, but it did retain body heat some. Our only complaint was the noise; due to our location directly on the plaza, it was quite noisy at night, all night some nights, and the windows were not efficient at blocking the noise, even when firmly shut and the AC on. If you're a light sleeper, consider asking for a room which doesn't face the plaza.

Front desk and staff:
Everyone was extremely helpful, from recommendations to restaurants to resetting our safe after we locked ourselves out! Lidia was especially helpful in trying to help us resolve a problem we had with a store in Toledo. They were all just a pleasure to deal with.

Food:
We elected to have breakfast at the hotel, although there are plenty of restaurants in the area. The buffet was adequate, although not particularly impressive, and at 9 euros per person was more expensive than if we had gone outside the hotel. However, it was convenient for us so we took it. If you're particularly fussy about breakfast or want to save money, go elsewhere.

All in all, we had a delightful stay in Seville and at Sacristia de Santa Ana. I recommend it without reservation and wouldn't hesitate to stay there again.

Room Tip: Rooms facing the plaza can be noisy if you're a light sleeper.
  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Jen017
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Reviewed June 4, 2013

We had booked into rooms opening onto a viewless light well at a very reasonable price. It would have been fine however when we arrived we were able to see other choices of rooms. The beautiful room pictured on the website was available for an extra 20 Euros. We upgraded and were wowed by the lovely furnishings, room size, incredible ceiling and fabulous bathroom. The reception staff were very friendly and helpful with directions, information and recommendations. The Sacristia's location is within walking distance of the cathedral and meeting points for walking tours. We love small interesting hotels and this one filled the bill.

Room Tip: Try rooms 405, 406 or 407 they open onto a noisy street but have windows that keep then quiet.
  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled with friends
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1  Thank PDS591
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Reviewed May 27, 2013

Location of the property that is close to everything might be the reason that people would recommend this place. But, I would love to visit this place again because of the quality of services and great hospitality offered here. From beginning till end I enjoyed every moment of my stay and this was all due to the lovely personnel employed here. They all are very efficient and polite. Food was good; especially the breakfast which included a great variety was awesome. Highly recommended.

  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled with family
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1  Thank Jaco Z
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