Nineteenth Century Palace
The Hotel Casa 1800 Seville is a mansion-palace located in the historic centre of Seville. The history of the mansion-palaces of Seville date back to the early nineteenth century, the Golden Age of Seville, with great romantics, the heroes of legend, Don Juan Tenorio, Carmen la Cigarrera, Lord Byron, Becquer...
This house was built in 1864 following a traditional layout. Its studded solid wood doors allow entry to the palace with a horse-drawn carriage, from wich when on-foot could then accesses a central courtyard from all rooms were distributed.
The three-storey house, flooded with light from the central courtyard and because of its central location in the city, offers you spectacular panoramic views for you to enjoy from the terrace: not only the imposing Cathedral and its famous bell tower, La Giralda wich stands out but, extending along all the roofs and steeples of the old jewish quarter of Santa Cruz, turrets and trees in the gardens of Real Alcázar, up until the towers of La Plaza de España in the Parque de Maria Luisa.
After two years of meticulous restoration that has enhanced the most original architectural elements, and has respected the spirit of the times in its sumptuous decor, it has succeeded in transforming this mansion-palace into a unique charming hotel where one can relive the splendour of the past combined in a perfect balance with the lates technology of today.