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Hotel Casa 1800 Sevilla
Ranked #3 of 179 Hotels in Seville
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Folsom, California
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“Nice hotel in excellent location to explore Sevilla”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 15 January 2012

Stayed in this lovely hotel located in the historic district of Sevilla. It was right next to the Cathedral and the Alcazar so was fantastic to be able to explore Sevilla on foot. The staff was fantastic and very helpful. We stayed in a superior room which wasn't any different than the basic room our children had. The rooms are well appointed but quite small. Hard to find a place for your luggage and maneuver around. Definitely would stay here again. If you are driving I would highly recommend that you get directions from the hotel on how to best drive there in advance. Our GPS took us through the Barrios historic one way very narrow cobblestone streets which was an adventure I would not recommend.

  • Stayed January 2012, travelled with family
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 12 January 2012

Staff were very friendly and helpful. Room was superb. Well worth a visit!

  • Stayed January 2012
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 12 January 2012

Stayed at this property over the New Year recently. Paid an average rate of 155 Euros a night for a 'Superior' room. In comparison to other hotels in Spain and Europe, found that for this rate and time period, the hotel was not a good value but just 'OK".

The positives:

A great staff - very helpful, always friendly, accommodating, and eager to help with questions. The manager in particular (Francis, who had lived in the U.S.) was superlative.
The hotel location was excellent - a block from the cathedral and near several good restaurants.
Quiet, being secluded from the din of town. I understand from other guests, though that front rooms facing the tapas bar in front were problematic.
The look of the hotel is authentic Andalusian, giving one a good sense to the area.
Rooms were finished with quality materials such as marble, old natural wood beams, tile, etc. There was a feel of quality to the surroundings even though the installation of fixtures and trim was sub standard. The room was fairly large and the bathroom facilities excellent.
Beds were very comfortable and large enough for my 6' 3" friend. The room was a marked improvement from the one we previously had in their sister Granada property - larger, better storage, and with a small inner courtyard.


The Negatives:

WiFi was horrible. It was not available in the room (or 'throughout the hotel') as was advertised on their web site when making the reservation. The only place you could get a connection was in the breakfast buffet area and it was quite slow.

There is a control for the heating/Air Conditioning unit but only the front desk has control over its operation. I was never able to get the temperature regulated properly and the room always felt stuffy. Fortunately we had the door to the courtyard but we were continually opening and closing it to get comfortable.

Other comments:

Buffet breakfast was offered at 12 E and I found it to be adequate but not great.
Coffee via a Nespresso was complementary and available 24/7.
High tea (coffee, tea, and pastries) was also complementary every day at 5 pm.
The hotel is fairly new (as is its sister property in Granada) and has yet to work out the kinks.

Due to the non-existent WiFi, we were offered a comp on the buffet breakfast - which did not mollify us. We wanted WiFi not breakfast. The real problem we had was that they acknowledged that they were aware of the problem before we arrived. There was little concerted effort to fix the problem although it's possible that it could not be done over the holiday. Other guests were also crowding the buffet area with their computers and smart phones - the problem was definitely universal.

The fact that they knew of the problem but failed to address it had a lasting stain on my overall impression of the hotel. I think that this might be a good example of one of the main differences between a large 4-5 star hotel and a boutique one such as the Casa 1800.

Room Tip: Rooms are facing the street may be noisy; those facing the rear may not have adequate ventilation.
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  • Stayed January 2012, travelled with friends
    • 2 of 5 bubbles
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Porto, Portugal
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 12 January 2012

Set in the narrow cobalt street near the majestic cathedral, this palace is the best choice in Seville which was very short new, trendy and affordable hotels.The rooms are not big but a reasonable size and featuring all necessary comodities, very confortable and classic decorated with a twist. I had a room on the ground floor which opened to a tiny terrace with plants and a fountain. How peaceful to hear the sound of the water.

  • Stayed August 2011, travelled with family
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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Singapore
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 11 January 2012

After having flown 13-14 hours into Barcelona and another one hour into Seville (plus two hours of waiting time, a total 17 hours), we finally arrived at the Hotel Casa 1800 via the Hotel's pre-arranged Mercedes Benz (38 euros, nice but certainly not a cheap option) at around 11.15am. To our disappointment, our chosen room 301 was not ready till 2pm or 3pm! Frankly, this is my fault as I should have known through my years of travels that when you asked for a specific quiet room at a Boutique Hotel that has fewer rooms, this is what may happen ... room not ready!

Not a problem, we went for a nice lunch and loved our first Seville lunch, yummy! We then walked around town and visited the Alcazar, nice but nothing compared with the one in Corboda which we visited the next day, on Christmas Day itself. We then wanted to visit its Cathedral but being Christmas Eve, it has limited opening hours. So much so that during our two nights stay, we never got a chance to visit the Cathedral, a tad disappointed since Seville is the capital of the province ... while Cordoba's Grand Mosque was open even on Christmas Day! Can't believe this is happening ...

Upon entering our Deluxe King room 301, I was initially shocked at how small the room is, it sort of reminded me of a Parisian room during our younger days. Due to my love of Italy, my countless visits there had gotten me used to much bigger rooms ... Oh well, at least the 301 has a supposedly 'private terrace' and so I consoled my husband.

Our small terrace does have a jacuzzi which we did not use, one lounger , 2 chairs and a table. It has a partial view of the gorgeous and grand Cathedral. However, like some reviewers had mentioned, while on the terrace or in the room, you may be 'awarded' by surprise stares from fellow guests going up the common terrace (which has plenty of chairs and loungers right outside room 301)! Hence, even the plants and flowers used to ensure some form of privacy for room 301 guests did not work ...

The ensuite bathroom was nice and modern, but a tad small. The narrow tub has a shower and besides the WC, there is also a bidet and a single sink. Perhaps during better weather when the terrace can be used more often, the overall size of this Deluxe room would be considered fine. But during winter, when you stay mostly indoors, you tend to bump into one another even when we travel very light with two small cabin bags.

In all fairness, both the room and the Hotel's common areas are brand new, decorated to the finest detail and in a very charming way. It is also superbly located to most sights Seville has to offer. One thing for sure, you would never get lost staying at this Hotel for its proximity to the Cathedral makes it an ideal spot especially for first time Seville visitors.
It also felt very very safe returning to this Hotel at night.

Breakfasts, though charged at 12 euros per person, was good value and quite varied we thought. I think the Hotel provides this breakfast at the stipulated rate more as a form of service to its guests than to maximize profits. Also had a free afternoon cup of coffee and a half piece of sandwich one afternoon, nice compliments from the Hotel.

At night, when we asked for a fan to be placed in the room, we were shocked to be told that they do not have one. As we both have sensitive nose and eyes, closing all the windows will not do (no ventilation). Jet lagged and being light sleepers, opening all the windows also will not do ... Luckily, the windows can be open upwards and sideways, so we opened the one in the bathroom upwards and allowed in some fresh air for ventilation. And with the very comfy bed and pillows, we did sleep pretty well during the two nights we were there.

Frankly, it did not take me too long to decide on this charming Hotel as it was rated number 1 on Tripadvisor as I loved its location, newness and charm! But a check with other nearby hotels had shown that room rates are indeed lower for slightly bigger rooms, some even with breakfasts thrown in (okay, maybe those Hotels are not brand new and not 4 stars, but most are at least 3 stars and are also superbly located).

So in conclusion, the Casa 1800 is certainly not cheap by Seville standards ... however, for its great staff (Reception, breakfast server, maids etc), superb location, charm and newness, it was still worth it to fork out 184 euros a night for a small Deluxe room with terrace & jacuzzi (more so during the summer months I guess).

A final note, we had initially chosen their biggest suite, room 209 but reviews had said that it was noisy so we opted for a smaller but quieter Deluxe room instead. Overall, a nice and charming Hotel to stay, with great and helpful staff to compliment.

Room Tip: If you want a Deluxe room with terrace and jacuzzi, room 302 may be your best bet with the biggest t...
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  • Stayed December 2011, travelled as a couple
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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1 Thank JChua
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Singapore, Singapore
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5 reviews
4 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 10 helpful votes
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 9 January 2012

Our best hotel experiences in Spain were at the two Casa 1800 hotels in Seville and Granada.

From the standpoint of a tourist in Seville, the Casa 1800 in Seville is as close to perfect as there probably is.

The hotel is a lovingly restored 19th century mansion. Often you hear the turn of phrase, "clean for an old building." Casa 1800 Seville is clean for a new building, and is aesthetically beautiful. We didn't sight-see as much as we could have as we just felt like sitting in our courtyard, enjoying our surroundings and having tea (which is free, and which is a misnomer in Casa 1800 as tea involves an open fridge with juice, sparkling sodas, still and sparkling water, milk, as well as hot drinks such as coffee, tea and chocolates, and also platters of fruits and food (we didn't feel like eating dinner after tea)).

The location of the hotel is perfect. It is a 2 minute walk from the Cathedral, a 5 minute walk from the Alcazar, and is right on the edge of the jewish quarter. Without exaggeration, I have never been more happy in all my travels about the location of my hotel, than in relation to Casa 1800 Seville. We single out for special mention, the tapas bar that is right outside the front door of the hotel (we were somewhat guarded when recommended to go to the tapas bar right outside the hotel's front door, but later realized that that was where all the locals went to hide from the tourists, and the food was great).

Rooms are a little on the small side, but are very well appointed, spotlessly clean, and are as charmingly fitted out as the rest of the hotel.

Last and best mention is reserved for the staff. They are impossibly polite, knowledgeable and helpful. We had just come from Madrid where we had been at the receiving end of the professional if somewhat indifferent treatment that is common among business hotels, and the lovely ladies at the front desk of Casa 1800 was a refreshing change to all of that.

Places have vibes, and the vibe that Casa 1800 exudes is one of warm, almost dizzy, charm and comfort. Go and see, you won't be sorry.

Room Tip: Pick a high floor if possible. The tapas bar outside the hotel gets a bit noisy at night.
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  • Stayed December 2011, travelled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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1 Thank feleesy
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Madrid, Spain
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 17 helpful votes
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 6 January 2012

My wife and I stayed here for a couple of nights and it was great! The location is excellent just a few hundred meters from the cathedral and in the middle of the old part of town surrounded by restaurants and shops. All the important landmarks are walking distance. Service is outstanding.

The staff is very polite without ever being obtrusive and always making an effort to make sure you have everything you need. Their recommendation (at our request) of a restaurant and a flamenco presentation were spot on.

Everything in the hotel is new since it is only a couple of years old, though the building itself is from the 17th century and has been restored with taste. The rooms have some welcome details such as many extra sockets to plug in phones, cameras and other electronic gismos. The closet has a light inside. And there is hotel wide free wi-fi.

The only "fault" worth mentioning is that the the hotel has no parking of its own. I doubt any building in that area does. In any case, if you do arrive in a car you must park about a 5 min walk away from the hotel in a public 24hr parking which has no preferential agreement with the hotel.

Room Tip: At an extra cost, the rooms on the third floor have I nice terrace and one of them has a jacuzzi
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  • Stayed January 2012, travelled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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1 Thank Charles L
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Property: Hotel Casa 1800 Sevilla
Address: Rodrigo Caro 6, 41004 Seville, Spain
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Region: Spain > Andalucia > Province of Seville > Seville > Casco Antiguo
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Room Service Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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Ranked #3 of 179 Hotels in Seville
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): £££
Hotel Class:4 star — Hotel Casa 1800 Sevilla 4*
Number of rooms: 33
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The 4-star Hotel Casa 1800 Seville is a boutique hotel based in a stunning building with a traditional courtyard that has retained all its charm and character while adding modern luxuries to make it a great property ideal for a city break in Seville. In a superb location, the charming hotel is situated in the heart of the old town within walking distance of the main places of interest in the Santa Cruz neighborhood. All 33 bedrooms are different in size and features and have their own style, since the old structure of the house has been maintained. All of the rooms have been fully equipped to ensure that you have a great stay, with individual furniture pieces and unique touches such as the original wooden windows and ceilings from the house. Casa 1800 offers breakfast to all guests each morning in the central courtyard of the house. Guests are also invited to enjoy afternoon tea as a courtesy of the house, a great way to bridge the gap between lunch and dinner and relax for a while after a few hours exploring the city. If you would like to enjoy the views of the Cathedral and the Giralda tower overlooking the rooftops of Seville, don't forget the rooftop seats where the pool and solariums are. ... more   less 
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