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What We Love

  • The rooftop bar and solarium with views across Seville
  • Cooling open courtyard with a ceramic tile fountain
  • Welcoming downstairs bar that combines global touches with a traditional Andalusian vibe

What To Know

  • This is a relatively recently gentrified area, and although it's the hip place to be, some might still find it a little gritty
  • No on-site restaurant
  • One barman covers both the ground-level and rooftop bars
  • It’s a 10-minute walk to Seville’s centre, the Giralda and the cathedral
  • The central streets of Seville are narrow and tricky for newcomers to drive through
  • WiFi is available for an additional $8 per day
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The Review

In the artsy San Lorenzo district of the city, the 26-room Casa Romana is a grand and light-filled sanctuary away from Seville’s busy streets. Part boutique hotel and part history lesson, the interiors retrace the city’s past, from the Roman-inspired marble statues in the lobby to the Moorish details in the tiled fountains and patterned doors. There’s a nod to the reconquering Christians in the religious paintings and coats of arms in the bar area, while modern Spain itself is on full display from the rooftop pool area, which has views of the city’s new architectural creations.

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Guestrooms are smartly but simply done up in beige and white, with extras like fluffy bathrobes and both a bathtub and a shower. The public spaces show a little more flair in royal blues and greens, plus dark wood furniture that’s more for show than afternoon lazing. The lovely breakfast introduces the staples of Andalusia — bread, tomatoes and jamon — while at the other end of the day, there’s the aptly named Roof Bar, as well as a more formal option downstairs.

As for location, the Casa Romana has it made. Turn one way to reach the trendiest tapas bars in the city; turn the other to take in the key sights of Seville: the bullring, the cathedral, flamenco and Santa Cruz neighbourhood. All roads may no longer lead to Rome, but in Seville they pretty much lead to the Casa Romana.

How to Get There

Casa Romana
C/ Trajano 15
Sevilla, 41003 Spain


4.0 Very Good 705 Reviews
Would not stay here again or recommend
Reviewed 2 days ago

Hotel staff’s amount of caring = -1. Complicated light system that nobody bothered to show us, and we were in the dark for for the first 15 minutes. Complicated heating system which no one bothered to show us, and we were in a sauna for an hour. Room too small for two people to move around in. They insisted we only need two towels and two glasses even though we repeatedly asked for more. And one of the two glasses that was provided with the room had nasty residue in the bottom of the glass with a dirty stirring straw still in it! Overwhelming sewer smell for an entire day that they insisted was coming from the street, which it absolutely was not. Hairdryer is the worst I’ve ever seen. It breaks your thumb and wrist to try to dry your hair! Their rooftop bar is closed several days of the week - Sunday through Tuesday! There are a lot of choices, I would not stay here.

Fantastic Boutique Hotel
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We thoroughly enjoyed our 2 night stay at this lovely hotel, we were given an upgrade to a Superior suite which was so appreciated. The room was spotless and nice white bath robes were laid on the bed on entry. Great touch of 'Lindt chocolate' with your tea and coffee. We were given a voucher for 2 free drinks up on the top terrace. I had the cava which came in a small bottle and would have been 4.5e, my hubby had a pint of beer another welcome touch. The hotel is beautiful inside and in an excellent location. We went on the 'open top bus tour' which we would well recommend. If you book it through Booking.com you get an extra 10% off. You do have to go to stop number 1 to get your tickets though. You can't just get on the bus with your code off your mobile. We really enjoyed Seville.. This hotel is a superb place to stay!

Excellent botique hotel close to monuments and shopping.
Reviewed 2 months ago

We spent 4 very pleasant nights in this excellent hotel in an old palace. The staff were attentive and helpful, the room very comfortable and the breakfast of a high standard. It is close to the main attactions, the main shopping district and an abundance of places to eat. We would not hestitate to stay there again if we returned to Seville.

Superb hotel!
Reviewed 2 months ago

We’ve just enjoyed a great 3night break in Seville staying at Hotel Casa Romana. All I can say is book a room! We had the junior suite/401 with had its own private terrace and it was beautiful. The room had a mini bar/kettle/large bathroom/ TV but best of all a private terrace to take in the sun. Breakfast had a great choice of hot/cold foods & the staff were always very accommodating. Boutique hotel within 20min walk of the Cathedral/ 30min to Triana & less than 5 mins to the shopping district. Hotel can also arrange taxi pick up for £35 - which I would recommend as the taxi queue at the airport was huge! Overall a great hotel in a great location ! We will return!!

I like marmite
Reviewed 3 months ago

As the other reviews say, really well placed,bed comfortable and shower great. Weather couldn’t have been better and I have never been to a place with so many fantastic buildings and especially Churches...walk into the Plaza del Salvador and your jaw will drop.
If I were going back to Seville,and I might,then I would have no problem going back to this hotel.
We got an Uber from the airport which was about 16 euro, apparently a taxi is double that according to staff at the hotel.We like to get a tourist bus around for one day and the green buses are cheaper than the red but we found them to be excellent.
So our room was clean , comfortable albeit a bit dark,but as ever you are only sleeping and showering there.
So all in all excellent......