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The Seville hotels They continue to open with a dropper bearing in mind that citizens are still not allowed to change their province within the de-escalation process due to the state of alert decreed by the coronavirus pandemic, with three new resume activity this week.

In this sense, the smallest hostels, tourist apartments and hotels have reopened, with few four or five-star hotels opening. In fact, as reported by the Seville Hotel Association to Europa Press, this week it is expected that they will open two new four-star and one more than three, with no five-star with their doors still open.

Thus, on June 1, the four-star Hilton Garden Inn and the three-star Hotel Jardín de la Reina are expected to reopen, while on June 8 the Silken Al-Andalus, also four stars.

In total, there are 34 hotels that have opened after confinement, to which are added the five named “Refuge hotels” and that they had remained open to guarantee the accommodation of professionals in essential activities. Between all of them they add around 4,700 seats, although it must be borne in mind that many of them, especially the larger ones, are partially reopening.

In addition, of the two mentioned four stars, they have already opened MA Sevilla Congresos, Catalonia Santa Justa and Zenit Sevilla; while three stars are eight: La Joya del Casco, Simón Verde, Doña Carmela, Sandra Santiago 15 Casa Palacio, Catalonia Híspalis, Jardín de la Reina and Holos.

Also, there are three two-star hotels and another three one, as well as six tourist apartments, seven hostels and two pensions.

They are joined by so-called refuge hotels, such as the Vértice Aljarafe Tourist Apartments in Bormujos; as well as the Sevilla Este apartments, those of LuxSevilla, Rey de Sevilla Apartments and the Hotel Bellavista, all of them in the Andalusian capital.
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