Spanish Language Schools in Spain located in Seville, Cadiz, and Malaga

Santa Ana Apartments in Seville

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Only a ten minute walk from our school, the Santa Ana apartments are the cream of the crop for CLIC Seville. These historical buildings have been carefully preserved to keep all their original architectural features (patios, marble columns, ceramic tiles, etc.), while the apartments on the inside are super contemporary and stylish, complete with communal rooftop terrace for you to enjoy. They’re located next to The Alameda de Hercules, a very large promenade with more bars, cafes, and restaurants than you could possibly try in a week! It’s one of the coolest areas in the city and you’ll be staying in one of the coolest apartments in the city.

Services

  • Double Rooms
  • Wifi internet
  • Bed linen and towels provided
  • Apartments 50-60m²
  • Lounge, kitchen, en-suite bathroom
  • Self-Catering
  • 10 mins walk from school
  • Air-conditioning and heating

Which option works best for you?

Santa Ana apartments
1 Week Extra night
Single and Double Apartment 464€ 80€

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What our guests say

“The best language school to learn Spanish. The friendly staff and excellent teachers will make your stay enjoyable. There are all different types of accommodation to meet your needs. The cultural programme has a wide variety of activities to keep you busy and entertained all the time. It’s my third year and I’m already planning for the next one. To sum it up, an ideal place to learn, meet people and have fun!”

Theo de Jongste

Student, The Netherlands

“If it’s International House, it’s good, and if that is in Seville, twice as good. Why? Because the quality of its teachers and methodology. The proposed cultural activities that contribute to the knowledge of cultural aspects complement and complete the purely linguistic learning. The location contributes a lot, because there are many things to do in and near the city. It’s my 5th year coming and I hope there will be many more to come. Thanks CLIC, I miss you already.”

Janet Bell

Student, Australia