H10 Corregidor Boutique Hotel Non Refundable
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The H10 Corregidor is a charming Boutique Hotel located right in the historical and commercial heart of Seville, close to the city’s main tourist attractions. Thoughtfully designed in keeping with the Arabian and Andalusian styles of architecture the hotel exudes the very essence of Seville. The hotel offers comfortable rooms, a breakfast restaurant and a terrace bar situated on a traditional Andalusian patio. With its typical Andalusian fountain, a wrought-iron gate dating from the late 19th century and ceramic floor tiles from the 1929 World’s Fair in Seville, the patio is a real treat for hotel guests.
The 76 rooms at the H10 Corregidor provide all the comforts from a Boutique Hotel to make your stay as pleasant as possible.
Our restaurant offers a full breakfast buffet as well as the possibility to enjoy your meal in the fantastic surroundings of our typical Sevillian patio. The cafeteria offering a selection of tapas and light meals.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 76
- Concierge Desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- In Room Safe
- Name: Santa Justa Train Station
- Distance: 2 kilometres
- Name: Seville Airport
- Distance: 10 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Rail Name: Santa Justa Train Station Distance: 2 kilometres
- Nearest Airport Name: Seville Airport Distance: 10 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 490 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 06/2017, mandc17 wrote this review.
We stayed five nights in the Corregidor hotel and were happy with the clean and tidy and quiet room that had a free safe, a fridge with minibar, robe and slippers and coffee machine. As others have said the location is quite handy (20 minutes walk) f… See more
We stayed five nights in the Corregidor hotel and were happy with the clean and tidy and quiet room that had a free safe, a fridge with minibar, robe and slippers and coffee machine. As others have said the location is quite handy (20 minutes walk) for the main attractions with the walk towards them taking you down the main shopping street. The hotel is yards from the Almeda de Hercules which is a huge square where children play, restaurants ply their trade and people walk their dogs. What I didn't like so much was the smell that pervaded the area around the back lift, the lack of an aspect from the rooms window, the uncertain wifi, and the fact that breakfast was 16 euros if not already included in your rate. Also there is an English language French TV station but no BBC. But if you see everything Seville has to offer and keep to the hours of the locals you won't have time for tv. Collapse
Great Central Hotel
Stay Date: 06/2017, A G wrote this review.
We booked rooms for two couples in early June, we were all very happy with this hotel. The entrance is set off the road but when you enter its like the Tardis as it opens up to a cool interior inside. The staff were friendly and reception was very he… See more
We booked rooms for two couples in early June, we were all very happy with this hotel. The entrance is set off the road but when you enter its like the Tardis as it opens up to a cool interior inside. The staff were friendly and reception was very helpful with advice and getting cabs. Nice clean rooms, smart modern bathrooms, well stocked fridge, coffee machine and safe for valuables. Beds were comfortable and the air con helped keep the rooms cool at night. Breakfast offers a large selection of different hot or cold food, cheese, hams, cereal, drinks, and fresh fruit as well as different types of bread, rolls, jams. Breakfast is served in the open courtyard slightly later than the indoor breakfast area so we didn't do breakfast outside, but did have a night cap in the courtyard.The bar closed at 11.30 when we were there. The hotel is off a normal side road with a couple of shops, but turn left and you are a short walk from the modern fashion shops. Walk past the old fashioned cake and coffee shop at the end of the road, or the lane to the right, and it leads you straight into the historic center of Seville and the bars and restaurant, so walking in and out of the city center is easy from the hotel. We all had a very pleasant stay and would definitely consider using an H10 hotel again for another city break. Collapse
Stay Date: 06/2017, Gary B wrote this review.
Stayed a few days. Great location. Nice quiet hotel. Staff very friendly. Room small but I only slept in it. Spent the rest of my time in this great city. Near some nice bars and the main road to the river. Also just around the corner from the skywal… See more
Stayed a few days. Great location. Nice quiet hotel. Staff very friendly. Room small but I only slept in it. Spent the rest of my time in this great city. Near some nice bars and the main road to the river. Also just around the corner from the skywalk thing. Collapse
Comfortable Boutique Hotel
Stay Date: 05/2017, Sumet1 wrote this review.
We decided to walk from the station on a hot day; not a very good decision if you don't know the city! We are used to walking everywhere and it looked do-able - indeed it was, if you haven't got too many bags, but it is a tortuous walk if you don't… See more
We decided to walk from the station on a hot day; not a very good decision if you don't know the city! We are used to walking everywhere and it looked do-able - indeed it was, if you haven't got too many bags, but it is a tortuous walk if you don't know where you are going, and the map we had wasn't wonderful. A taxi was around 8 Euros on the way back.. We found the hotel tucked away in the corner of a narrow alley, but it was quite a surprise when we walked in and saw the inside of the hotel. There is a spacious reception and a large lounge, which is divided up into smaller areas, making it seem more intimate, with comfy sofas and lamps. You can eat breakfast inside or in the inner courtyard, which was very pleasant. Our room on the first floor was comfortable, with gold fittings and a bathroom with walk-in shower and toiletries. There was also a pillow menu and a coffee machine. I am a light sleeper and had the best sleep I have had anywhere. Breakfast was varied and good quality, but the only thing which disappointed us were the bread rolls, which are apparently made in-house. I wondered if they were made too far in advance and lost some of their crispiness. The rest was very good and I know I am very picky when it comes to my bread! I did mention this on leaving, so hopefully they will have sorted it out buy the time you go! The staff were friendly and helpful and the cleaning staff so good that you really could have eaten off the floor throughout the hotel. On the whole, we loved this hotel and would not hesitate to recommend it or to return. If you want tapas nearby, go to Hercules square and try the cheap-looking one in the corner whose name I can't remember but their fried aubergines were lovely. The must-try is Duo Tapas, which is at the other end of the sqare, though you can't order before 8.30 and tables go fast. Go earlier and have a drink while you wait. They do a modern take on tapas. Collapse
Nice looking hotel but comes with a few issues
Stay Date: 04/2017, MandH-eurotrippers wrote this review.
We were very happy with the professional but friendly service from H10 staff here. We booked ourselves a junior suite for 3 nights but in fact we had a separate sitting room so we’d say our room 110 was actually a full suite. That was a nice surpri… See more
We were very happy with the professional but friendly service from H10 staff here. We booked ourselves a junior suite for 3 nights but in fact we had a separate sitting room so we’d say our room 110 was actually a full suite. That was a nice surprise. We chose the Corregidor because liked the location and we remembered seeing the email from Club H10 when the group took over this hotel back in 2015. We also liked the fact it’s up a pedestrian lane rather than being directly on the road. You won’t get a view here but unlike many city hotels it’s so much quieter. We really liked the traditional style of the hotel and the little Andalucian courtyard to the rear of reception that you’ll see in many of the photos was a very nice place for breakfast or to sit and have a drink after a busy day sightseeing, but it's actually a bit smaller than you might expect before you get here. The kingsize bed in our room was good, in the bathroom we had twin sinks, and the bath had obviously been replaced with a good walk in shower, which suited us. Breakfast buffet was OK. So what are the issues that we don’t like? First off, it’s the bad design of the bad aircon system in room 110. We guess the Corregidor didn’t used to have aircon. So when they decided to install some, the idiotic designer thought it would be a good idea to knock a hole from the bedroom of 110 into the space above next door’s bathroom ceiling. That means there’s no sound insulation at all between separate rooms. Why not knock a hole at head height so guests can look at each other as well? Having direct sound travel from the bathroom next door is not what we pay for when we go away. Secondly, there was obviously something wrong with the aircon system itself because after it had been running for a while it gave off a really nasty smell of bad eggs – not nice, and we had to shut it off. We were here in April, it was pretty warm then and we would have used the aircon more, but if this problem’s not fixed we dread to think what it will be like in the height of summer when the aircon’s really needed. We reported it to reception but wonder if anything was done after we left? It’s not a bad idea of H10 to put Nespresso machines in boutique hotel rooms and in higher level rooms in some other hotels. But in our opinion, Nespresso is well overrated, and we’ve come to this conclusion because we have one at home and wish it was better. So in the room fine, but H10 would do well to replace the commercial Nespresso machine they use in the bar with a more traditional espresso machine – as a result, possibly one of the worst coffees we’ve had in Spain, and definitely not hot enough. And in the morning, if you fancy a cup of tea, forget it. You make your own by pressing the hot water button on the coffee machines. Or should we say warm water button. You need almost boiling water to brew tea, surely hotels should know that? But this is often a problem in Spain, whereas it never seems to be a problem in Portugal, who introduced us Brits to tea. WiFi was very patchy. It failed frequently in reception and was, more often than not, non existent up in our room on the first floor. Although we tried, we couldn’t get proper information about parking from the hotel before we travelled, so we booked our own at Saba parking, Plaza Concordia, in front of El Corte Ingles department store, which turns out to be the same one recommended by the hotel. It’s about a 350m suitcase pull from the hotel. We booked direct with Saba. Pre-booking is much cheaper than just turning up. Take a ticket at the barrier and then exchange it at the little office for a “come and go as you please” ticket to cover the whole of your stay, although given the difficulties driving in Seville, why anyone would want to move the car once you’ve parked it beats us. Unless you have mobility difficulties, because of the complicated one way systems around the old town, don’t try and get to the hotel first. Go straight to the car park. We were in reception when we heard guests checking in who’d been to the hotel before. As best we could understand it you don’t need to pre book parking. Just turn up at the car park. Take a ticket and hand it over in the hotel. Reception will then give you another ticket to exit the car park and the hotel’s discounted parking rate will simply be added to your bill for payment on check out. We don’t know if the aircon design is a problem in regular bedrooms but based on our experience we’d say don’t bother paying to upgrade to a suite. A very nice looking hotel but without knowing more about aircon design throughout the hotel, not sure we’d recommend it or return. Collapse
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