There are so many hotels in Seville to chose from so I thought to share my review of our stay at NH Sevilla Plaza de Armas to help with your research. We really enjoyed our stay and found it really convineinet to stay here mainly becauase of the location and comfort elemets. More below.
Located in Plaza de Armas, NH hotel is a good choice if you are after a convenient location that will allow you to get to most of the interesting sights in Seville by foot. Also, the hotel is located short walking distance from Sevilles coach station, making it even more convenient should you want to continue your travel in Spain by coach. Since the hotel is near Sevilles exposition centre, its a popular choice amoings business travellers. To even make things more convenient there is a supermarket right next to it so you can pop in ang get water or snacks in minutes.
The NH Plaza de Armas is quite modern with a range of facilities including a bar, restaurant, gym, rooftop swimming pool and a bar that we enjoyed on a rather hot February day; I even burnt so make sure that you bring your SPF cream with you as the sun can be deceiving. Unfortunately, the bar was closed when we stayed so we couldn’t enjoy a refreshing beverage by the pool, but it was nice to lounge by the pool for a good few hours. The rooftop was really a great place to watch the sunset from which was out of this world.
The bar and restaurant downstairs serve a range of delicious Spanish tapas, but we opted to eat outside on most evenings as the food scene of Seville is, and I can highly recommend you explore it as much as possible. I will be sharing a guide to places we ate in the coming days too.
We did enjoy breakfast at the hotel every morning, and I was impressed with a balance of healthy and traditional Spanish dishes such a Spanish omelette and a wide variety of bread options and cold meat cuts that we tried to avoid, but it was hard as I’m a big fan of Spanish cuisine. The breakfast buffet provided a big choice of fruits and even a smoothie station. The service was quick, and I like the food.
The lounge area of the restaurant has quite a few entertainment options including foosball, and it’s really pretty to sit and catch up on some work or planning between your sightseeing activities.
We had a double room that overlooked Plaza de Armas and Mercado. It was on the second floor and quite nice to stay. The large wardrobe in the place, as well as a minibar and coffee station, made it even more comfortable for us as we only had a few days in Seville and were quite active so popping back to our room for a little rest and coffee helped. There was also a desk which I liked as it helps me stay on top of my workload and in a routine when travelling. I have to make sure I do my daily tasks as much as possible so I don’t find myself overwhelmed with a workload which happens quite often especially when travelling.
As always I took quite a few photos and it would be great if you can let me know which hotels are your favourite to stay in Seville. I really fell in love with the city and would love to go back soon.
Have a lovely week ahead.