Casa Numero 7

Vírgenes 7, Seville, 41004, Spain

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    We stayed for a week in April 2003. This elegant hotel is a former private residence built in 1847 - there are only five or six rooms, all with private baths - all are absolutely beautiful ! There is an amazing formal living room, breakfast room and lovely roof-top terrace that guests may enjoy. The hotel has a great web site -check out the photographs. The staff spoke english and were very friendly and helpful. Our room was on the top floor - next to the outdoor terrace. We were initially nervous when shown the location of our room - fearing excessive noise from the other guests using the terrace, but were relieved to find that everyone was very polite about respecting our privacy. Also - the terrace was off limits after hours so we were never disturbed even if we slept in. We loved sleeping with the windows cracked open a bit so that we would wake to the sound of the church bells ringing softly and the birds softly singing - so romantic ! We loved being able to return to the hotel each afternoon after several hours of sightseeing to relax and soak up the sun on the terrace. After drinks, a nap and a shower, we were ready to stroll to dinner at the one of the many excellent cafes nearby. Did I mention the excellent location ? Casa #7 is located a short walk from the Plaza Pilatos as well as the Cathedral - very convenient - we walked everywhere - the best way to see Sevilla! There was a little grocery store just down the lane (great for water, fruit etc) as well as wine bars, cafes, restaurants all nearby. The hotel serves a set menu breakfast of scrambled eggs, toast with jam & croissants each morning - also excellent coffee. All in all - extremely romantic and intimate. Bathrooms were very large and of high quality- with beautiful marble and tile - dual sinks, tub with hand held shower that could also be used as stand-up.

    Unique Quality: Lovely rooftop terrace, excellent location, very elegantly appointed. Helpful staff.

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Forum Posts

Visiting During Flamenco Bienalle - any place to stay affordably?

by kabesa

I will be visiting only for 4 days between October 9-12 which is during the Flamenco Bienalle and I want to catch a show. There are still tickets available but I'm not sure if there will be affordable places to stay. I'll be on my on (single female) and would prefer somewhere in the cinter. i really need jsut basic amenities.
Also any recommendations on what else to fit in in these few days?

Re: Visiting During Flamenco Bienalle - any place to stay affordably?

by unaS


Re: Visiting During Flamenco Bienalle - any place to stay affordably?

by spacehopper


I can recommend the Hostel Union ( Tel: 954 514 379). It is clean, basic, very friendly and central and the last time we stayed it was 36-40 euros for the room for two with a bathroom.

Have a fabulous time in Seville


Travel Tips for Sevilla

Stroll along the Guadalquivir...

by dbauerle

Stroll along the Guadalquivir and drink manzanilla and eat boquerones at the Kiosco de las Flores (next to the Puente de San Telmo in Triana). Paseando. This is the Spanish art of strolling, with no particular route or destination in mind. Sevilla is the most perfect city for doing this as you will always discover some new little rinconcito (corner) that you never noticed before and you will surely make a new friend.

Sevilla - history (contin)

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

In 1503 the monopoly for barter with West Indies is granted Seville. As a result Seville became one of the richest city in Europe. "Golden Age" of Seville began. The set of palaces is under construction. Many artists and sculptors (Surbaran, Murilio) worked there.

Meal time

by oriettaIT

Something you have to be aware going to Spain is that their meal habit is a little different than mostly of the other country.
They dont do breakfast much, maybe a coffee and something little. Their lunch is around 2.30-3pm and nobody go out for dinner before 10pm. If you try to go to eat earlier you will find only tourist in the restaurant.
The good news is that there are tapas bar all over the place and here you can eat almost all day long. We had some meal in those and it turned out to be real fun to try ten different little plate of food drinking a nice beer.

The myth of Sangria

by betis1

Many travelers think of Spain and they automatically think of casually sipping sangria outside a bar. The problem is most bars don't have sangria, and more often than not those that do are tourist bars. Sangria is a wonderful drink, they just don't go to the trouble of making it every day in every bar. I see many tourists pointing at glasses of tinto de verano and asking the bartender for sangria. So what is a tinto de verano? It's red wine on ice mixed with your choice of soda: blanco, limon or naranja. If you are dying to try sangria but can't find it anywhere try this instead. While simpler and not exactly the same it does the trick. Plus it's easier to make at home when you get back to the states.

El Rocio

by fairy_dust

If you're in Seville during Pentecost weekend (usually late May or early June), you will find that the city is much quieter than on other weekends. That's because many people are in El Rocio that weekend for the pilgrimage. It's a traditional pilgrimage where people walk, ride a horse, or a carriage over to the little village in El Rocio to practice their devotion to La Virgen del Rocio. They also wear their flamenco outfits for the pilgrimage, and in between Mass and prayers, they play music and dance sevillanas. The weekend is a mix of pilgrimage and party, and definitely worth experiencing (especially if you are religious).

I didn't do the walk (it would take several days and I didn't want to miss my classes), but there were special bus services taking people directly from Seville to the village and back every hour (the bus trip took about an hour each way).


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 Casa Numero 7

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Address: Vírgenes 7, Seville, 41004, Spain