This guesthouse enjoys a central location in the city of Seville. It is next to the Guadalquivir River and just metres from the Plaza de Armas bus station. It is just 200 m to the Triana, some 300 m to the Cartuja, about 1 km to the tourist centre and the Torre del Oro and there is a shopping centre just a few metres away. The property lies roughly 2 km from the cathedral and the main monuments are located 15 minutes walk away. The hotel is also near to several pubs and bars. Cadiz and its beaches are a 45-minute drive and Seville Airport is 25 minutes away.Renovated in 2010, this city guesthouse comprises a total of 20 rooms, including 5 singles. It features simple, functional and comfortable décor enabling guests to enjoy a pleasant stay. All the rooms were fully refurbished in 2010 and facilities on offer to guests at this air-conditioned establishment include a lobby with a 24-hour reception and check-out service, lift access and a TV lounge. There is a café and a breakfast room and guests will appreciate the wireless Internet access. There is a private parking area that is under surveillance by cameras 24 hours a day.All rooms come with a private bathroom with a shower and offer a king-size or double bed. They are equipped with a TV, Internet access and individually regulated air conditioning and heating.A self-service continental buffet breakfast is offered.
Clean room, especially bathroom, decent bed.
Stuff do not speak English at all, terrible wiev from room (inside ventilation and light tunnel)
The room was clean, and the location was good even if it was not very near to the center.
Hotel staff does not speak English at all.
The staff was extremely helpful and the location was very good.
There was no soap in the bathroom and the shower did not work properly.
Central and clean hotel.
My wife and I stayed here one night on 4/11/2010 for a day’s shopping in Seville from our home in Albufiera , after recommendations on the internet. We travel a lot but never stayed in a hostel. After staying there one night I was prompted to check out what a hostel is compared to a hotel using Wikipedia Having done this I can only say this place should be called a hotel. It was as good as many city hotels I have stayed in. It had ensuite bedroom the whole place was clean and well positioned for the city sights. Finding it was difficult with the one way traffic system so I would recommend to any one going there to park in the large underground car park near the bus station at the city end of the bridge over the river and just walk to it
Nothing really. But we took a trip on the open bus near by as we often do on city breaks and it was a complete waste of time being a double decker it coud not get any where near the interesting part of town and instead concent5rated on the other side of the river .Waste of both tine abd nioney
Hostal Jentoft is situated in good location, is easy to reach by car and has its own car park. One slight problem is that hostel staff only speaks Spanish. But this should not discourage English speaking travelers from staying in this hostel because the cleanliness of the rooms is exceptional. Although rooms are quite simple. In general, I would stay in this hostel once more.
Close enough to the attractions.
Very Hard matress in the room.
Very clean room en suite for an excellent price, 24hr check in was useful
Staff didn't speak English, but it wasn't too much of a problem for checking in or out. Very thin walls--they will only let you watch TV with headphones (which they provide).
Location was quite good.
The walls were paper thin! Everything was heard from the other rooms in the morning.