Located in the Jewish Quarter, the hotel is close to the cathedral and Reales Alcazares. Guests will also find the typical tapas bars and restaurants as well as the citys shopping area close to the hotel. This boutique hotel is an ancient palace from the 16th century which combines tradition with modern facilities. Guests can enjoy the quietness and natural light of Seville in the two traditional courtyards. The hotel offers family rooms for up to 6 people with a small gift for children. There is also a breakfast room, an open bar located in the hall, an Internet corner and a meeting room. Guests can hire bicycles at the hotel and private transfers are available on request. All rooms have a bathroom, TV, wireless Internet access, in-room PC, central heating and air-conditioning. Other Hotel Information : Year of construction : 1800, Year of most recent renovation : 2006, Number of floors (main building) : 3, Total number of rooms : 46, Double rooms : 46, Connecting rooms, NO Connecting rooms Other amenities/ services: Wheelchair-accessible, YES Wheelchair-accessible, Disability-friendly bathroom, YES Disability-friendly bathroom, Bathroom, Shower, Bathtub, 220V power supply, Wi-fi, Safe, Central heating, Centrally regulated air conditioning, Direct dial telephone, Desk, Ironing set, Wake-up service, Air conditioning in public areas, 24-hour reception, Hotel safe, Lift access, Wired Internet, Laundry service, Medical service, NO Wheelchair-accessible, Bicycle hire service, NO Car park, NO Garage, Small pets allowed (under 5 kg), NO Small pets allowed (under 5 kg), Large pets allowed (over 5 kg), NO Large pets allowed (over 5 kg), Bar, Highchairs, TV lounge
The hotel is a boutique hotel located on the edge of the Barrio de Santa Cruz, the old Jewish quarter of Seville, near the citys ancient synagogues and cathedral. This three-story mansion was declared “Heritage of Cultural Interest” thanks to the decorative elements that we find in the courtyard such as sixteenth century Genovese columns. In the basement, there is a Roman column dating from the first century and a sixteenth century water well.