Паласете Молина в Севиля/ Palacete Molina in Seville

Where to stay in Seville? placescase.com recommends Palacete Molina – comfortable and pleasant place in the center of Seville, Spain

I loved the apartment in Palacete Molina, near Santa Cruz,  so if you’re wondering where to stay in Seville, what better place than the center!

Santa Cruz is the old quarter in the historic center, characterized by its narrow streets, many bars and restaurants, lots of life and smiles.

So we were close to everything significant to see, walked around without a problem, and always had food and drink options along the way, because in the Seville heat it’s important to have somewhere to grab a cool drink. What else we liked about this apartment, read further down in the post.

June 2024

Rating for Palacete Molina by the 5D Sensograph: 4.8 out of 5.

(click on the 5 sense icons to fast jump to the details about the experiences associated with each)

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Experience accents as per the 5D Sensograph:

See a comfortable two-bedroom apartment with 2 bathrooms and a cozy living room with a kitchenette.

Feel a warm welcome with detailed instructions, continuous contact with our hosts from Home in Homes, and assistance with any information you may need.

Hear being in the center, you might hear quite much noise from the street.

Smell the morning aroma of complimentary coffee.

Taste tap water—very pleasant and clean. In Seville, tap water is drinkable and is often served in restaurants.

Reading time: 5 min

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You don’t feel like reading? See the short movie further below: 1:31 min.

Палацете Молина в СевиляPalacete Molina in Seville

See in Palacete Molina …

… The architecture of the buildings on Molina Street: the apartment is on the 3rd floor of an old building in the center. These buildings are very interesting—painted yellow and orange on the outside, with clean white walls inside, and wooden shutters on the windows for complete blackout and protection from the scorching sun. When you open the courtyard gate, magic happens: from the heat and noise of the street, you enter a patio (an inner courtyard) with greenery and a bubbling fountain with clear water. It’s like stepping into a cool oasis where your senses can relax and you can unwind. Each apartment has its own terrace overlooking the courtyard, where it is quiet and pleasant.

… Artistic photography in the rooms and information about the artist.

… Well-equipped kitchen: small refrigerator, oven, stovetop, coffee maker, kettle, cups, dishes, and utensils. If you want, you can even cook for yourself.

I’m not sure about cooking, but there is a supermarket nearby where you can buy local wine at very good prices, the local beer Cruzcampo in various forms, cheeses, bread, and their famous cured meats—Jamon Iberico, salchichon, chorizo, lomo. If you miss the closing hour of the restaurants you can have a meal at home.


Feel  in Palacete Molina

… Excellent communication from the hosts even before our arrival: they asked us to send our ID card details in advance for registration and provided us with all sorts of useful information. They requested that we contact them as soon as we landed so they could prepare the room earlier than the regular check-in time. A smiling girl came to give us a brief orientation. They also gave us the contact of a taxi driver who could help us get around the city and who took us back to the airport at a much better price.

… There was no cleaning or towel change during our stay: I never understood how often cleaning and towel/linen changes were supposed to happen. It was only mentioned that additional cleaning would incur a fee.

… The apartment is in a super convenient location in the center of Seville!  Just keep in mind that the streets there are like a labyrinth. I recommend saving the location on Google Maps on your phone, just in case. 


Hear in Palacete Molina

… Sometimes at night, you can hear noise from the street, but worse, there was construction noise: it only happened one night, but it was unpleasant.

Movie-watching time: 1:31 min.

Smell in Palacete Molina

… Early morning coffee: I really appreciate when hosts provide complimentary coffee so you don’t have to wonder where to get it in the morning or rush out to buy some for the coffee maker. We had 12 complement capsules, just enough for our stay.

… If you pick up an orange that has fallen from the trees on the street, you can use it to freshen up your room. But you can also buy ready-made essences in the little shops.


Taste  in Palacete Molina

… There are tapas restaurants nearby: just check their opening hours, and you’ll always have a place to eat. You can also shop for delicious cold cuts meats and cheeses to enjoy with local Rioja or Verdejo.

Verdejo is a local white wine, very nice, and Rioja is a red wine from Spain, primarily made from the Tempranillo grape.

Our favorite place for lunch and dinner is El Pasaje Tapas, where they always have a different daily menu, excellent gazpacho or salmorejo, aged beef, and various other delightful specialties!

A good place for brunch are Filo and Filo Sandwicheria, which are almost across from each other and have the same menu.

I would return to Palacete Molina for its comfort and great location.

How to get to Palacete Molina?

Just use the Google map here by clicking on the red pin of its location and then select directions:

A: C. Argote de Molina, 3, Casco Antiguo, 41004 Sevilla, Spain

T: +34663271744

How to book your stay?

I recommend that you check the packages that the hotel offers on their website because they are very affordable. But for your convenience, I have also put a box on booking.com. Compare the prices and choose an option.


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