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Andalusia Hotels

Hotel Amadeus La Música de Sevilla

  • Calle Farnesio 6 Map It
  • $$
  • Design
  • Fodor's Choice

Pros

  • Small but charming rooms
  • Roof terrace

Cons

  • Certain rooms are noisy and lack privacy
  • Ground-floor rooms can be dark

Updated 06/07/2014

Fodor's Review

With pianos in some of the soundproof rooms, other instruments for guests to use, a music room off the central patio, and regular classical concerts, this acoustic oasis is ideal for touring professional musicians and music fans in general. Each room is named for a different composer, the furnishings include family antiques, and the 18th-century manor house has been equipped with such modern amenities as an in-house App about Seville and a small glass-wall elevator in

a corner of the central patio. You can enjoy breakfast—served until 2 pm for night owls—on the roof terrace overlooking the Judería and Giralda. The terrace also has a small Jacuzzi and a cocktail bar.

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Hotel Information

Address:

Calle Farnesio 6, Seville, 41004, Spain

Map It

Phone:

954-501443

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 30 rooms
  • No meals

Updated 06/07/2014

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By Marian

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Oct 23, 2006

Great location in Seville

We ate Breakfast across the street at Levy's cafe, this was a good inexpensive alternative to the Amadeus(see following reviews). We enjoyed our stay here, the room was on the small side, but you're in your room so little and exhausted when you are it didn't make a difference. Our room was on the first floor and very quiet. The music and atmosphere make a nice retreat from the busy city and neighborhood. My advice is take a taxi or hire one to guide

you because it is hard to notice it the first time, then it's a snap. All the staff was very helpful and worked until they found the problem with our air conditioning. The rooftop is a nice place to look out over the city. I would recommend this hotel without reservation and return there.

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By Sarah

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Jul 9, 2006

Location and rooftop terrace make for a great stay

We stayed in the atico room for two nights in June 06. The room was large and private with a good sized bathroom. We were one flight down from the roof terrace and spent each afternoon relaxing there with wonderful views to the Giralda. The location is fantastic, just off Calle Mateos Gago. The breakfast left a lot to be desired -- four different types of hard roll and an orange per person. Breakfast aside, I would definitely stay here again.

By Ian

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Jun 24, 2005

Get the big room . . .

Great staff. Great location. Get the Jr Suite for more room - the Mozart. Note though: the sink & Jacuuzi are in the room with bidet, shower & toilet in a 'room' at the end. As said, the breakfast is no bargain.

By moxie

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Mar 21, 2004

don't take the breakfast

The tiles are great; the music playing is restful BUT our room was extremely small for 3 (2 beds and a fold-out couch) and difficult to access the bathroom when the couch was down. For 2 the room would be ok. The door was really flimsy and not secure with a view on an airshaft. The hotel has a great location but be warned that it is on a passage -- very difficult to find while driving although the directions given on the website were firstrate.

We used the reserved parking and one of the keys did not work... Staff gave conflicting advice regarding how to get the car back to the hotel to load so we just dragged our bags to the lot (about a 5 minute walk). Do not take breakfast - 7 euros for toast and canned orange juice. There are bars just out the door where you can get great breakfast sandwiches for a fraction of the price. I'll try another hotel next time I'm in Seville...

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By Amy

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Mar 4, 2004

Waltz right into Hotel Amadeus and you won't ever leave!

What a true hidden gem, deep in Bario Santa Cruz. This hotel was wonderful- the rooms are adorable, the soft music in the background was soothing, and it's roofdeck is truly something spectacular! No hotels have outdoor space in Seville and this was an added bonus. We had breakfast served to us every day up on the roof by the cheerful family who owns it. This hotel is the only place to stay when you go to Seville!

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