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    Accomodation in Sevilla

    Anybody have any pointers to good accomodation in Sevilla for 1 with possible secure parking. Looking to go second week of August this year.

    Thanks in advance!
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    Stayed here a few time for work, underground car par.

    https://www.hotelriberadetriana.com

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    Interesting city to pronounce in Spanish. Have a go based on the following and impress that natives when you get there.

    e is a
    v is b
    ll is a y
    a is r

    At least to a Spanish tongue it is. (Not the same in Latin American Spanish)

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewh View Post
    Stayed here a few time for work, underground car par.

    https://www.hotelriberadetriana.com
    Thanks for the tip! Could be what i'm looking for.
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    We stayed at the Alfonso XIII for a special occasion, then Hotel Fernando III in the Old Town when on a more sane budget ......... http://www.hotelfernandoiii.es/en/ho...al-offers.html

    Good garage parking & a small roof-top pool, not far from the sights & some brilliant Tapas Bars. OK direct or try booking.com.

    However, Sevilla in August? Are you sure; it will likely be blistering hot, 35-45 C. You might find staying up in the Hills easier, at say Carmona.

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    Quote Originally Posted by squibb34 View Post
    We stayed at the Alfonso XIII for a special occasion, then Hotel Fernando III in the Old Town when on a more sane budget ......... http://www.hotelfernandoiii.es/en/ho...al-offers.html

    Good garage parking & a small roof-top pool, not far from the sights & some brilliant Tapas Bars. OK direct or try booking.com.

    However, Sevilla in August? Are you sure; it will likely be blistering hot, 35-45 C. You might find staying up in the Hills easier, at say Carmona.
    Never thought about staying away from the city, I have been looking at these two hotels Hotel Alcazar and Exe Sevilla Macarena in Sevilla however, I'll have a look at what is available in the country side.

    I am then looking at dropping down to the coast going east thus avoiding Malaga, I have some 3 days to reach Fuente Alamo so hopefully I will find somewhere to stay along the way
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    Quote Originally Posted by turpin View Post
    Never thought about staying away from the city, I have been looking at these two hotels Hotel Alcazar and Exe Sevilla Macarena in Sevilla however, I'll have a look at what is available in the country side.

    I am then looking at dropping down to the coast going east thus avoiding Malaga, I have some 3 days to reach Fuente Alamo so hopefully I will find somewhere to stay along the way
    Book quickly because August is when all the Spanish come on Holidays down South, also watch out in August Sevilla gets above 45 degrees C.

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