Becquer 9, 41002
We have placed our hotel just by Macarena Church, in a small palace where, according to the legend, Almutamid, the poet king of Seville, hid from his father his love for the laundress Rumaykiyya.
Its architectural structure, based on handmade materials used in Seville 9 centuries ago, consists in a central Andalusian patio, surrounded by different chambers: reception, breakfast lounge, cafeteria, a spiral staircase and 15 rooms, each one different and unique, decorated with different colours and furniture, and giving special relevance to the bathrooms, whose walls are stuccoed and their baths made of marble.
They have king size beds with canopy, carved headboards, doors with horseshoe arches, silk and cotton linen, scenting cedar furniture, handmade basins made of polished brass and Victorian taps brought from India. Our rooms have their own history because, instead of having numbers, they have the names of significant characters of Al-Andalus, who were born, lived or developed their works in Seville.
And now, a surprise: guests can buy everything they can see in the hotel; even the beds, taps and floors can be purchased so they can take home a beautiful tiny part of Al-Andalus.
Be the first one.