It is a self-built wooden house with sustainable criteria, with a very personal style and offering all the comforts of a modern home. It consists of 1 room with bed for two people and an open space for two others with a futon on carpet. The kitchen with beautiful views, is integrated in the living room for more enjoyment. All spaces have plenty of outdoor natural light. The surroundings next to a Monastery of the S Xll make of the place an ideal space to feel the warmness of the house. Also in the village where the Roman ruins of Italica, of great cultural interest. There are coffee shops very close to the house, as well as restaurants with traditional and high quality cuisine. There is a bus line that connects the city of Seville every half hour with the town, as well as a bike path if you wish to use this means of transport.
I was cheated by an old man at the reception- he took my--- Euro bill when paying my room at check-in. He did not have 22Euro for a change and promised to give me the change on the next morning. In the morning, he refused to give me back the change insisting he already gave me the money last evening, and started insulting me that I was trying to cheat him...I just left the hotel..
Pros: price, availability
Cons: bad customer service, staff does not speak English, credit cards are not accepted , did not have hot water , bad attitude from an old man at the reception
This family-run guest house is located in San José de la Rinconada, just 6.2 miles north of Seville. The train station with regular services to the city centre is just 0.6 miles away. Hostal Santa Ana’s rooms feature tiled flooring and a simple décor. All include a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with a bath and toiletries. There are several bars, restaurants and shops on the same street of the guest house. A bus to the city centre stops 83 feet away and San Pablo Airport can be reached in about 15 minutes by car. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the guest house.