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Europe / Spain / Andalusia / Seville / Las Casas De Los Mercaderes

Las Casas De Los Mercaderes
Class : 3 stars
No of rooms : 47
City : Seville
Address : Alvarez Quintero 9-13
Zipcode : 41004
Map : Las Casas De Los Mercaderes map

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Las Casas De Los Mercaderes
City : Seville
Zipcode : 41004
Map : Las Casas De Los Mercaderes map
Address : Alvarez Quintero 9-13

Short description : In the commercial centre of the city, between the Salvador and the San Francisco square, by the Cathedral and Sierpes street, the hotel Las Casas de los Mercaderes gets its name from the street where it is located, which bore that name centuries ago. This district of the city has always been the weak spot of its commerce. Here dwelled the German bankers, the Flemish and French traders and the Genoese dealers. Even today, most of the names of the neighboring streets remind us of this fact. The hotel Las Casas de los Mercaderes has won back an 18th century courtyard and its commercial restoration of the 19th century. Its forty seven rooms, completely equipped, its meeting room, coffee bar, solarium, garage, etc., along with its strategic location make this hotel an ideal place for business as well as tourism.

Cancelation Policy : Cancellation Policy: If cancelled up to 2 days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged. If cancelled later or in case of no-show, the first night will be charged. Children and Extra Bed Policy: All children are welcome. All children under 10 years stay free of charge when using existing bedding. All children under 2 years stay free of charge for cots. All older children or adults are charged EUR 38.52 per night and person for extra beds. Maximum capacity of extra beds/babycots in a room is 1. Deposit Policy: No deposit will be charged. VAT and city/tourist taxes: VAT is included. Service charge is included. City/tourist tax is not applicable. Internet: Wireless internet is available in public areas only and is free of charge. Meal Plan: Buffet breakfast is not included and costs EUR 14.00 per person. Parking: Public parking is possible on streets nearby (reservation is needed) and costs EUR 19.26 per day. Pets: Pets are not allowed.

Travel Information : FROM CADIZ: Coming into Seville from the highway, you will access the city centre going down “La Palmera” Avenue, where you will pass the soccer stadium and the Silken Al-Andalus Hotel on the left side and a lot of beautiful early nineteen hundred´s mansions. Then you will pass the park on your right side. When you see a bridge over the river on the left side, turn right, going around the park on “Maria Luisa” Avenue . You will pass a horseman statue and a big fountain at the next intersection. At that point, the street is called “Menéndez Pelayo” Avenue , and you will pass a park on your left side and a bridge on your right side. Keep straight until it makes you turn to the right (one way traffic ) and then make the next left onto “Luis Montoto” Avenue, also called “La Florida” ( you will leave the ruins of a Roman Aqueduct to your right) . You will start seeing signs to the Hotel that will direct you to go straight ahead, then you will cross an avenue and get into a narrow street called “San Esteban”. Go straight ahead, past a little square with trees and a palace on the right side called “Casa de Pilatos”. At the end of the street you will find yourself in a square called “Alfalfa” . Go straight until you can and turn left at the end, then right at the end again. You will be going downhill (street “Cuesta del Rosario” ). At the end you will see on your right a big square with a church (“Plaza del Salvador”), left is the only direction possible, and as soon as you turn leave the car in the corner where the iron markers are in front of the garage entrance and come into the Hotel to get assistance, we are to the right of the parking entrance. Our staff will help you with parking in the Hotel’s garage, if available -not possible to reserve in advance- or at the public parking nearby . In both, parking daily rate is 18 Euros + 7% tax. Important: Should you find a police checkpoint restricting traffic to any of these streets, have reservation documents ready to show them, so they will allow you access as a resident. From Ronda: You will take the road from Ronda to Seville via Utrera. When you access the urban area, you will go by 2 roundabouts and keep going straight to “Diego Martínez Barrios” Avenue, which is going to change names to “San Francisco Javier” Avenue after the 1st. main intersection . Keep straight and turn at the next major intersection onto “Eduardo Dato” Avenue ( a big mirrored glass building is across the street on the right side) . Keep straight until you go over a bridge and then turn right onto “Menéndez Pelayo” Avenue . Keep straight until it makes you turn to the right (one way traffic ) and then make the next left onto “Luis Montoto” Avenue, also called “La Florida” ( you will leave the ruins of a Roman Aqueduct to your right) . You will start seeing signs to the Hotel that will direct you to go straight ahead. At the end of Luis Montoto, you cross an avenue and get into a narrow street called “San Esteban”. Go straight ahead, past a little square with trees and a palace on the right side called “Casa de Pilatos”. At the end of the street you will find yourself in a square called “Alfalfa” . Go straight until you can and turn left at the end, then right at the end again. You will be going downhill (street “Cuesta del Rosario” ). At the end you will see on your right a big square with a church (“Plaza del Salvador”), left is the only direction possible, and as soon as you turn leave the car in the corner where the iron markers are in front of the garage entrance and come into the Hotel to get assistance, we are to the right of the parking entrance. Our staff will help you with parking in the Hotel’s garage, if available or at the public parking nearby ( in both, parking daily rate 18 Euros + 7% tax). Important: Should you find a police checkpoint restricting traffic to any of these streets, have reservation documents ready to show them, so they will allow you access as a resident. From Carmona, Cordoba, Madrid and the Airport: Coming in from the highway on Kansas City Avenue, you will find on your right the train station “Santa Justa”. There is a roundabout in front of the station, go around it to the left, passing in front of the Occidental Hotel. Go straight and turn right at the next crossing into Avenue “ Luis Montoto” . Now you are in “Luis Montoto” Avenue, which is the main access into the downtown area coming from the cities of Malaga, Granada, Córdoba and Madrid. Signs to the Hotel will direct you to go straight ahead. At the end of Luis Montoto, you cross an avenue and get into a narrow street called “San Esteban”. Go straight ahead, past a little square with trees and a palace on the right side called “Casa de Pilatos”. At the end of the street you will find yourself in a square called “Alfalfa” . Go straight until you can and turn left at the end, then right at the end again. You will be going downhill (street “Cuesta del Rosario” ). At the end you will see on your right a big square with a church (“Plaza del Salvador”), left is the only direction possible, and as soon as you turn leave the car in the corner where the iron markers are in front of the garage entrance and come into the Hotel to get assistance, we are to the right of the parking entrance. Our staff will help you with parking in the Hotel’s garage, if available or at the public parking nearby ( in both, parking daily rate 18 Euros + 7% tax). Important: Should you find a police checkpoint restricting traffic to any of these streets, have reservation documents ready to show them, so they will allow you access as a resident. From Huelva, Extremadura and Portugal: Coming into Seville from the highway, you will access the city centre ( “centro urbano” ) crossing a bridge over the river, then make the next right onto Arjona street, which becomes Paseo de Colón, going along the river bank. Keep straight until you pass on your right side the Torre del Oro ( a big ancient moorish tower ) and a bridge, then make the next left turn and then a right , going around a big palace, the Palace of San Telmo. Keep straight and you willl get to a big intersection , you turn left, going around the equestrian statue of El Cid and past a big fountain. Keep straight for about 2 minutes until it makes you turn to the right (one way traffic ) and then make the next left onto “Luis Montoto” Avenue, also called “La Florida” ( you will leave the ruins of a Roman Aqueduct to your right) . You will start seeing signs to the Hotel that will direct you to go straight ahead. You will then cross an avenue and get into a narrow street called “San Esteban”. Go straight ahead, past a little square with trees and a palace on the right side called “Casa de Pilatos”. At the end of the street you will find yourself in a square called “Alfalfa” . Go straight until you can and then you will be forced to turn left . At the end of this little street, turn right, you will be going downhill (street “Cuesta del Rosario” ). At the end you will see on your right a big square with a church (“Plaza del Salvador”), left is the only direction possible, and as soon as you turn leave the car in the corner where the iron markers are in front of the garage entrance and come into the Hotel to get assistance, we are to the right of the parking entrance. Our staff will help you with parking in the Hotel’s garage, if available or at the public parking nearby ( in both, parking daily rate 18,00 Euros + 7% tax). Important: Should you find a police checkpoint restricting traffic to any of these streets, have reservation documents ready to show them, so they will allow you access as a resident. From Granada and Malaga: From the highway you will access the city center through “Luis Montoto” Avenue, which is the main access into the downtown area coming from the cities of Malaga, Granada, Córdoba and Madrid. Signs to the Hotel will direct you to go straight ahead. At the end of Luis Montoto, you cross an avenue and get into a narrow street called “San Esteban”. Go straight ahead, past a little square with trees and a palace on the right side called “Casa de Pilatos”. At the end of the street you will find yourself in a square called “Alfalfa” . Go straight until you can and turn left at the end, then right at the end again. You will be going downhill (street “Cuesta del Rosario” ). At the end you will see on your right a big square with a church (“Plaza del Salvador”), left is the only direction possible, and as soon as you turn leave the car in the corner where the iron markers are in front of the garage entrance and come into the Hotel to get assistance, we are to the right of the parking entrance. Our staff will help you with parking in the Hotel’s garage, if available or at the public parking nearby ( in both, parking daily rate 18 Euros + 7% tax). Important: Should you find a police checkpoint restricting traffic to any of these streets, have reservation documents ready to show them, so they will allow you access as a resident.

Region Information : Hotel Las Casas De Los Mercaderes enjoys a privileged location in the commercial and historical centre of Sevilla. The cathedral and Giralda Tower is just a few steps away. Reales Alcazares, the Town Hall at Plaza Nueva and the Museum of Fine Arts are only a short walk from the hotel. Santa Cruz Quarter with its finest tapas restaurants can be reached in 3 to 5 minutes on foot.

Facilities
Room Service Bar 24-Hour Front Desk Laundry
City Centre Breakfast in the Room Internet Services Elevator
Safety Deposit Box Car Rental Heating Fax/Photocopying
Luggage Storage Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included
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