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... Muslim Mosque (1184 to 1198). The cathedral is built on top of the Muslim mosque after the Christians regained rule in the area, there are still evidence of the Moores within the structure, one structure that was adapted by the Christians was the La Giralda (bell tower,) that was adapted from the Muslim Minaret. There are no stairs to get to the top but a series of ramps, as back when it was an minaret five times daily (and more during ramadam) the ...
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... beautiful courtyards of lovely homes.
The Cathedral of Seville fills a large city block. The photos will tell the story of high ceilings, dark corners, gilded domes and tiles floors.
After a walk through the exceptionally well maintained Alcazar, we drove to the Plaza de Espana, built for the Iberio-American Exposition of 1928.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Casa Romana Hotel Boutique Seville
We had a family break here over New Year. Great hotel with very nice staff. Very much different to the large chain hotels but still a hotel not a guest house.
Rooms very nice - clean, tidy, well maintained (or perhaps still feeling new?).
Shower was blocked in 1 of our rooms - hotel seemed not to be able to fix it but problem solved by just not turning water on full......
Over all I'd stay again (tomorrow!)
Elegant & peaceful
Spent a special (anniversary) week here in October 2005. The street is narrow and traffic can be busy, but a few minutes walk takes you to main shopping areas. Main tourist areas are 20 minutes walk away.
Hotel rooms surround open courtyard or covered atrium. Our standard double room was small but adequate with tv, fridge, sitting area and luxurious large marble/stone bathroom. The room was on the ground floor and we were able to sit out in the courtyard beside the fountain and drink coffee/manzanilla! Rooftop sun terrace & jacuzzi still warm & inviting even in October.
No restaurant, but limited room service. Buffet breakfast was generous with lots of choice.
Staff helpful & courteous. We'll be back!
We have just got back from spending 3 nights at Casa Romana Hotel in Seville.
Sorry to hear about the previous reviewer's disappointment at the Casa Romana but we thought the hotel an absolute gem. From the beautifully decorated room and marble bathroom (we had a deluxe double overlooking the courtyard and away from the street - very quiet)to the friendly professionalism of the staff, we couldn't really fault it.
I arrived expecting a lot but left just a bit disappointed. I was greeted with a glass of fino sherry which was very welcoming. The staff are indeed very helpful but I didn't appreciate someone barging into my room at ten pm to check the minibar. The respect for privacy needs a little fine-tuning. If I returned I would also stay in a superior room. The standard double is too small but the bathroom is nice with a spa. The hotel was not able to supply an ironing board/iron to my room - not sure if this was a one off problem but they did to their credit provide a complimentary pressing of my shirt and trousers for that evening. The breakfast is very good with loads of freshly squeezed OJ. The location I think is just OK - the street is not that quiet and it's a bit of a hike to the cathedral. If I returned I would probably look at staying closer to the cathedral area maybe in the Juderia.
If you're going to Seville and are looking for a hotel with charm, elegance, a great location and top-notch service, the Casa Romana is the place for you. This is a first-rate "boutique hotel," that is superbly maintained and run. The hotel is well-located, just minutes from most of Seville's landmarks (e.g., the Alcazar, Cathedral) and best shopping areas. The staff was welcoming and helpful. I highly recommend the Casa Romana (-----------------) (standard room was 115 Euro/night).
Wenn Sie nach Sevilla reisen und ein Hotel voller Charme, Eleganz und dazu in erstklassiger Lage und super Service suchen, sind Sie im Casa Romana genau richtig. Dies ist ein erstklassiges Boutiquehotel das bestens gepflegt und geführt wird. Das Hotel hat eine gute Lage, nur Minuten von den Hauptsehenswürdigkeiten (z. B. Alcazar, Kathedrale) und den besten Shoppingmöglichkeiten entfernt. Die Angestellten sind freundlich und hilfsbereit. Kann das Casa Romana (-----------------) (Standardzimmer für ca. 115 Euro/Nacht) wärmstens empfehlen.
In a beautiful city, a beautiful boutique hotel
We found this hotel on a seville city website and what a find. Tucked away in a quiet street metres from all fantastic sights. Welcoming staff and excellent amenities. Visiting during summer the rooftop pool which is small is perfect for a relaxing dip in the early evening. Could not fault the hotel and the location, service and fantastic helpful staff who have excellent english speaking skills. Fantastic local restaurant recommendations complimented a wonderful stay. Will definately return.
Classy Casa Romana
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to Casa Romana. It is very well located - only 10 minutes walk to the Cathedral, Giralda Tower and many excellent restaurants and tapas bars.
The staff at the hotel are extremely helpful. Our room was very large with a marble bathroom with a jacuzzi bath and separate walk in shower.
All the bathroom toiletries were high quality and replenished daily.
There is a very pleasant outside courtyard and a very comfortable indoor bar area.
There is also a large jacuzzi on the hotel roof which was very welcome in the Seville heat.
This is a well located quiet boutique hotel which I thoroughly recommend.
My partner and I just got back from spending Semana Santa in Spain. During our two days in Sevilla we stayed at the Casa Romana. We had a wonderful experience. The hotel is in a great location...we walked to the Cathedral, Plaza de Espana and even across the river to Triana. Despite being very busy, the hotel staff were very friendly and helpful. They even printed out the schedule of that day's processions and explained some of the customs surrounding Sevilla's celebration of Semana Santa.