Subject: Hotels in Seville, Spain
Hi Carol,

I know that both those hotels have a good reputation. I haven't stayed in any of them although we had a memorable meal at La Taberna, not exactly inexpensive but very good.

We returned recently from Seville and were very happy with Petit Palace Marques de Santa Ana, a new hotel that belongs to the group high tech . I prefer its location versus the location of Casa de la Juderia. Petit Palace it is not far from La Taberna.

This is a hotel with a modern concept inside a remodeled old building. The rooms are not big, but I liked ours, with a flat TV, a very good hydro shower. We had free internet always available in the lobby because they have plenty of computers. Breakfast was excellent too. The floor of the bathroom and that of the room are the same: wood. The dividing wall between the bathroom and the room is a tinted thick glass. On the down side we had no other furniture besides a very comfortable king bed ,a desk and a chair, a nice armoire and a functional space for opening the suitcase and a mini bar with a glass door. The lighting was excellent, especially to read in bed. I hope this helps.

Graziella Miami Beach.