he Pension San Benito Abad is a late 1800s. This building was in his time “typical dwelling” where several families lived. It consists of two floors and a terrace with beautiful flowers, where you can sunbathe and enjoy a good time among other things.
For those who like trivia, the name of the board (San Benito Abad) is given to this family comes from a town called Castiblanco of Streams (Sierra Norte de Sevilla), whose patron is San Benito Abad. It is a sacred image of St. Benedict of Nursia.
This guest house in the historic center of Seville. The Barrio Santa Cruz is the most popular and busiest of the Andalusian capital. It’s a cozy family home, situated in a small cul-de-sac pedestrian ensuring peace and comfort.
The pension has a typical Andalusian patio, tiled floors and traditional design details typical Andalusian plus a shared roof that can be used to relax after exploring the city.
Terrace, Non-Smoking Rooms, Heating, Luggage Storage, All Public and Private Hotel, Air Conditioning, TV.
Internet + Wifi Zone
There is Wi-Fi available throughout the hotel. Free.
Public parking is available nearby. It can be booked. Separate payment to the pension services.