Skip to content Skip to footer navigation

Inside The Beating Heart Of Seville — Hotel Casa 1800

Hotel casa 1800 sevilla (56).

Hand-crafted, luxury experiences curated by our team—speak to our concierge to learn more

By The Sybarite Team on 11th March 2024

In a prized location in the Spanish city of Seville lies an architectural gem offering a living piece of history. By Giedre Sakenaite.

Sevillian culture 

Seville (also known as Sevilla) is the capital of Andalucía — the Spanish community known for its flamenco dancing, rattling guitars, and ancient history. This gorgeous city has been around for over 2,200 years, and it is even said that the mythological hero Hercules himself founded the city; isn’t that exciting?

When we talk about culture in Seville, we talk about flamenco — an art form which is taking to its maximum expression in Seville. This city is one of Spain's most popular destinations, home to some of the country's famed traditions, including flamenco and bullfighting. The picturesque town is world-famous for its enticing mix of Moorish, Christian, and Jewish architecture and history, as well as some of the most delicious tapas found in southern Spain.

History of the house

Hotel Casa 1800 Seville has a history dating back to the beginning of the 19th century; its time of greatest splendor. Fascinatingly, it was actually the home of the notable mayor of the city of Seville for four years, Jose María Piñar y Miura.

This palace-house was built in 1864 and was spread across three floors, each of which were flooded with light which streamed in from the central patio. It also has a terrace, where the swimming pool and solariums are located, with boasts spectacular views of the imposing Cathedral of Seville and its famous bell tower, La Giralda. It also offers views of the bell towers located in the old Jewish quarter of the Barrio de Santa Cruz, the battlements, the trees of the gardens of the Real Alcázar and even the towers of the Plaza de España in El Parque de María Luisa.

After two years of meticulous restoration in which the original architectural elements have been maximized and the spirit of the time has been respected in its sumptuous decoration, it has been possible to make this palace-house a unique hotel with a lot of charm, where you can relive its glory days in perfect balance with the most advanced technology of today.

Remarkable Location

Hotel Casa 1800 Sevilla is a charming hotel located in the heart of Seville, just a convenient minute's walk from the Cathedral and the Giralda. Situated in the heart of the old town, the property is just a few steps from the main shopping area, offering plenty of retail therapy opportunities. This prized location is also ideal for tasting the best Sevillian cuisine, as it is surrounded by tapas areas and authentic restaurants.

Opulent Accommodations

Hotel Casa 1800 Sevilla has 33 beautiful rooms to choose from, ranging frm premium to junior suites (with the option of adding a courtyard, terrace and jacuzzi). Each room has been designed with a careful blend of home comofrts and aesthetic decor, ranging from marble bathrooms and crisp Cairo cotton sheets to hardwood furniture and fresh flowers. Impressively, the property has preserved the original balconies, carpentry, ceilings and walls, all of which date back to the 19th century. This means, you have a unique opportunity to stay within a real part of history.

Culinary Marvels

As a city known for its food and culture, Seville has some of the best ingredients the planet has to offer. Don’t miss these distinguished tastes and even bring some of them back home with you!


On almost every street and avenue in Seville you will find orange trees, and during the winter and springtime time if you cannot see them, you can definitely smell them. With thousands of trees scattered throughout the city, this fruit has become iconic to Seville’s style and cuisine, incorporated into all types of dishes both sweet and savory.

Iberian Ham

The black Iberian pig, as the name suggests, is indigenous to the Iberian peninsula — specifically the southern regions. The Iberian ham carries just as much of Seville’s history as it does flavor, and you will find the iconic ham hanging in the windows of butchers throughout the city and its markets.

Olive Oil

It is virtually impossible to have a meal in Andalucia and avoid this important ingredient in Spanish cuisine. As the largest producer of the product, Spain has over a thousand variations of Olive oil and has incorporated it into almost every dish the city has to offer.


The wide variety of wine shops and tasting events in the city demonstrate Seville’s love and appreciation for the drink (which is unsurprising given it is the world’s third-largest producer). You also cannot leave Andalucia without trying the Sherry that it’s known for.

Hotel Casa 1800 Seville

C. Rodrigo Caro, 6, Casco Antiguo, 41004 Sevilla, Spain

+34 954 56 18 00

Share this Article

You Might Also Like