Casa Imperial

Location Seville

Postcode 41003

Telephone +34 954 500300

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Why we love it...

Historic city-centre palace, lavish bathrooms

The Place

This gem, a beautifully converted 16th century palace, is right in the heart of Seville. Formerly the home of the Villafranca family, (their coat of arms is still above the main entrance), Casa Imperial blends history, good taste and modern comforts.
You enter by a typical Andalusian courtyard, where you can have breakfast if you don’t want it in your bedroom, or on your own private balcony/patio. An exquisitely Sevillan-style Pisan staircase leads up to the bedrooms, which are all decorated individually, and reflect the different cultures of Seville. Of special note are the bathrooms, which have fantastically decorated baths: some are deep blue, contrasting with cranberry-coloured walls; others are vibrating deep greens and purples. Made in a typical Andalusian way, they need regular upkeep, but are luxuriously roomy and deep.
There’s something to look at, and a charming corner for everyone here, from the interesting little patios dotted around, to the beautiful Hispano-Moslem pond on the second floor. Plans for a pool on the terrace will make it all the more popular, providing a wonderful city-centre respite for hot and bothered travellers.

The Essentials

Price Band €€€€
Rooms 26; 16 suites, 10 junior suites all with bath and shower; all rooms have hairdriers, TV, phone, safe, modem points on request, air conditioning
Food breakfast, lunch, dinner
Facilities dining room, bar, terrace, open courtyard
Children welcome
Disabled not suitable
Pets not accepted

To Book

Contact Leticia Cienfuegos
Call +34 954 500300
Fax +34 954 500300
Email info@casaimperial.com
Website www.casaimperial.com

Good To Know

Address Imperial 29, Seville 41003
Payment

The Location

Find this place: just off Plaza Pilatos on Imperial; hotel is on right hand side of the church down a narrow alley; very limited parking by hotel, bigger car park in Plaza Ponce de Leon

What's nearby: Santa Catalina, Cathedral, Jewish quarter.