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Silken Al-Andalus Palace hotel

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The best in the city

Outwardly, one might imagine that there are better hotels in Seville, but once you stay there you start to doubt that from the start.

The staff just right, very friendly without overwhelming. The facilities perfect, with leisure and relaxation zones.

As always, the Silken chain leave their mark on all of their hotels: careful design, beautiful and practical rooms, exquisite service from the staff and facilities worthy of being enjoyed.

The area, not exactly in the centre is in a privileged part of Seville, near the centre but in quiet area where the residents all have great homes.
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Sweet sunrise

Wonderful hotel with designs by Victorio & Lucchino.

An ample entrance which at first impresses you with its high ceiling, where the famous rose designed by Victorio & Lucchino is hung, very Seville as you will be able to verify when you see the numerous little details that have been placed. What’s more, they decorated the 6th floor with nine suites.

A landmark hotel premiered at the Expo 92, which now forms part of the Silken chain whose owners are Basques, it shows off all its splendour.

Upon entering you encounter two receptions; the service is great full of kindness and sympathy. The hotel is now the largest in Seville, with the most rooms.

Located centrally, just fifteen minutes from the historic centre. It’s a quiet area, no more and no less than at the end of the Paseo de la Palmera, where the best mansions in Seville are found.

At the moment, it’s the hotel that holds the most events and conventions throughout Seville, without necessarily making the guests feel overwhelmed. An atmosphere of peace throughout the enclosure.

Following the entrance that leads into the great lounge where the "rose" by the famous Seville designers of is hung, one sees shop windows with items for sale: jewellery, mantillas...

On the opposite side, pictures of a close friend of the designers and if you turn around, telephones. If you sit underneath the rose you see in the background, in the centre of the two large hotel access doors, a touch screen where you can access shops, spas, and monuments. Extensive information is available, as well as the possibility of guided tours and much more.

We turn to the left and find "el patio cordobés" (the Córdoba patio) reminiscent of the mosque with its arches. On the sides shops, cafes, restaurants and a bar with a pianist. This beautiful courtyard is used for events or weddings, which you can see on their website. I loved the central fountain... the marble floor.

Admiring every detail I step to the reception on the opposite side. Large lounges that invite you to repose and a patio at the back, in which the restaurant buffet breakfast are located accompanied by the sound of water from the small fountain streams.

At the end an olive tree and the winding Arab fountain canals, I discovered that from the second floor, the rooms facing the courtyard can observe the Silken logo (which is a "Y" and in the centre a tear in the shape of a “y”)

Beautiful, I really liked it although this view is only available from the second floor. Naturally, I was given the chance to enter a room to see the Silken logo but I preferred to see the exclusive suites on the 6th floor.

The corridors leading to the rooms had fitted black carpets filled with red roses, the charm of the designers seen in every corner. We stayed on the fourth floor in a package named "Sweet Sunrise" cava and black and white chocolate truffles were waiting for us in the room. A comfortable room: special ample bed, very comfortable, clothes rack with trouser press, a bathtub that, although in the pictures seemed small, really isn’t. It’s just that the door is in the centre meaning it cannot be photographed well, full of detail. Listen, I've stayed in various places, but I’ve never found so many nice touches for men such as aftershave, cologne, handkerchiefs, sponge and the usual: a bathroom mirror, oversized tub.

The best part in the morning, breakfast in your room finishing at 15:00. Our room overlooked the Quincentennial Bridge, from which one could appreciate a beautiful sunset (I ran out of batteries for the camera, therefore could not photograph, beautiful).

Restaurants with good service, panoramic elevators from which one can better appreciate the lounge. Of course, they were kind enough to show me the famous 6th floor with nine suites created by Victorio & Lucchino. Something interesting about the elevator to get to that floor, it requires a key to go up.

The concierge showed us some beautiful rooms, I assure you more beautiful in person than in pictures. In the next section I concentrate more on this floor that is so special.

Large outdoor gardens with ample swimming pool. Although February is not the season, I had a wonderful night. I advise you now that April fair is coming.

I almost forgot! 24 hours free wireless internet access. You are given a password at the reception to use this service.

The great ROSE that hangs from the ceiling does not go unnoticed, nor the black carpet with red roses that pave the way to the rooms, the sculptures of bullfighter costumes!

Everything indicates a special touch, a very different quality, like our internationally known designers Victorio & Lucchino. In the large hotel entrance to one side paintings of their closest friend.

Get in the panoramic lift and, interestingly, you find the button to get the 6th floor, has something strange. A lock that requires a key, of course it’s the floor created in full by these master designers.

Nine suites whose names are: clavel (carnation), torero (bullfighter), suerte (luck), gitana (gypsy)... further arousing my curiosity. Although no less deserving of my attention that beautiful red rose that one can spend hours looking at. An elegant, ample, luxurious hotel and yet, not baroque.
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Ample and modern

The hotel is located on Avenida de la Palmera, continuing on from the river passage, next to the Ruiz de Lopera Stadium.

The facilities are very modern and ample. The pool and bar are lovely, and despite the number of guests that decide to spend the day there, it’s not at all stifling.

The room had better days, although it was spotless and very comfortable. The "late checkout" is a very useful option.
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Silken Al-Andalus Palace hotel Phone Number
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