For our wwek in Seville, the capital of southern Spain’s Andalusia region, we stayed at the excellent Hotel Venecia. The internet here was the fastest we’ve had anywhere in the world apart from Seoul, but it was a little on and off, so not quite top marks. It was also centrally located, so within easy walking distance of all the main attractions. Highly recommended. Click here to book a room at Hotel Venecia.
Our room had two single beds that had been pushed together, so it felt more like a large double bed. The beds were very comfortable, although the pillows were overly thick.
The room had a built-in desk, a chair, and also a luggage rack. The was a small TV above the desk.
There was a large built-in wardrobe that had plenty of shelf and hanging space, plus some extra blankets and towels. There was also a safety deposit box there.
The bathroom was in excellent condition and everything worked well. Toiletries were provided. There was a bath with overhead shower and also a bidet.
As mentioned above, this is the fastest internet we’ve had anywhere in the world apart from Seoul. When tested, the speed showed at 68.61 Mbps download and 10.79 Mbps upload. This was only slightly less than the 72.36 Mbps at All J Hanok Guesthouse in Seoul and 70.95 Mbps at an Airbnb condo in Seoul. But, quite often the connection was lost for 5-10 minutes, so it wasn’t all good.
The lobby at the hotel was quite impressive, and both the check-in and check-out were very quick.
The location was perfect, being within walking distance of all the main attractions.
Best of all, the hotel is just 100-200 meters from Alameda de Hercules. This is where everyone hangs out in the mornings and evenings. It’s surrounded by cafes, restaurants and bars.