The Eurostars Regina is a charming hotel, set away from the town centre, next to the Barqueta bridge. Built for the Universal Exhibition of Seville, this wonderful establishment occupies a typically Sevillan building with flower-filled patios.
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The hotel is located on the San Vicente street, a residential area a few ft away from the Barqueta, which is a huge 650 ft steel bridge over the Guadalquivir. It was built for the 1992 Universal Exhibition. The Eurostar Regina is situated in the northern part of the town. It is quite far from the centre and the cathedral, but close to the isla de La Cartuja (Island of the Charterhouse). This is where you will find the amusement park, Isla Magica, which was built around the concept of the discovery of the New World for the 1992 exhibition. While you are there you should also visit the Andalusian Centre of Modern Art. The Don Pablo international airport is 7 mi away, so allow 20 minutes to get there by car.
The rooms of the Eurostars Regina are well-equipped and elegantly decorated. They have parquet flooring and a painting of the Giralda. They also have a satellite television (45 channels), individual air-conditioning, a mini-bar fridge, a direct telephone line, free wireless internet access, a safe (free of charge), a small desk and a small balcony that looks out onto the street or the patio. Room-service is available from 7:00am until 11:00pm. As for the bathrooms, they are clean and luminous and have a bathtub or shower, hospitality products, a hair-dryer, a magnifying mirror, a toilet and a bidet. The five Deluxe rooms are built over two floors and have a large terrace. These are nicely decorated with green marble. The bathroome have a large whirlpool bath and a double wash basin.
The Eurostars Regina is part of the Spanish hotel group, Eurostars hotels and was inaugurated in 1992 for the Universal Exhibition of Sevilla. It has 90 rooms spread over two floors and the architecture of the building is typical of Seville. It underwent its last renovation in 2001 and it now has three patios: there is a lovely little flower-filled Andalusian patio where breakfast is served, an interior patio that houses the reception area and another outdoor patio with a fountain. This is the perfect place to enjoy a drink and listen to the gentle trickling of the fountain. There is also a large conference room here for business meetings.
Food and drink
Meals are served in the cafeteria. Breakfast is served from 7:00am until 11:00am and dinner is served from 7:00pm until 11:00pm. There is no restaurant service at lunchtime. Dinner resembles a snack, with pizzas, salads, or sandwiches on offer. The cafeteria is nicely decorated and can accommodate up to a hundred guests. The bar in the entrance hall is open from 7:00am until 11:00pm.
The hotel is situated in close proximity to the Isla Magica amusement park that was built around the concept of the discovery of the New World. This amusement park is located on the Isla de La Cartuja (Island of the Charterhouse) that hosted the 1992 Universal Exhibition and it is also the location of the Andalusian Centre of Modern Art.
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