Casa Romana Hotel Boutique

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

C/ Trajano 15, Seville, Andalusia, 41003, Spain
Casa Romana Hotel Boutique
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86%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
38%
66
Very Good
36%
62
Average
12%
22
Poor
7%
12
Terrible
4%
8

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 68% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families76
  • Couples74
  • Solo100
  • Business80

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Casa Romana Hotel Boutique

by ranstey

Is anyone familiar with this hotel? What do you think of it? Can you point me to any sources for booking it (I'm wary of booking on Expedia etc.)?

What do you think of the neighborhood? It is on Calle Trajano and appears to be right on the border of Santa Cruz, Macarena and Arenal. Is it safe? Does it have nice restaurants/bars?

Thanks!

RE: Casa Romana Hotel Boutique

by sheilas

Hi
I have not stayed in that hotel butit gets good reviews on www.tripadvisor.com
The area is great - very central -I found it safe - the restaurants are good.We enjoyed a night at La Albahaca a restaurant in the Plaza de Santa Cruz. A little tip - wait to be seated. We always do but we sat and watched people turned away because they didn't. The waiters just chuffed them off because they just came in and sat down assuming the table was free...it was but the waiter likes to be the one to seat you. Another tip..however full you are have some of the ice cream - its delicious. After the meal just sit and drink it all in mmmm my favourite part of the world. Go to the Alcazar. I love Seville and am sure you will.
Have a good trip
Sheila

RE: Casa Romana Hotel Boutique

by secundino98


the web page of the hotel is

http://www.hotelcasaromana.com/

in the same area you have other new hotel that have opening offer

http://www.hotelazahar.com/

(not so luxury as Casa Romana, but very very good)

The area is near to main shoppings and very safe. 10 minutes walking you have main atractions (catedral, alcazares...etc)

And near of both hotes, in Eslava street you have a wonderfull restaurant call
Eslava (is a "tapas bar" full of people always, and next door a small restaurant)

I live in seville, so let me know how to do your visit more pleasent...

RE: Casa Romana Hotel Boutique

by secundino98


see also

http://www.casanumero7.com

in other area of the city, very recomendable also

RE: Casa Romana Hotel Boutique

by secundino98


and some good restaurants, non tourist, were sevillian people go:



andalucian tradicional food:
Carlos Baena (Rastro 28)
Casa Robles (alvarez quintero 54


Egaña Oriza (used to be the best of the city, good enough) San Fernando 41

Al Sawirah (morroco food, wonderfull Galera 5

La Dorada (sea food and fish) Paseo Colon 3

Taberna del Alabardero (Zaragoza 20) Is also a cuisine scholl so you can have
lunch very cheap, made by the student. Or lunch and dinner in the restaurant

I dont remember the street:
Tribeca (mininal decoration, new cusine)
Poncio (in Triana. wonderfull rices and tradicional food)
Becerra
La abadia (avenida de la Buhaira)



Travel Tips for Sevilla

The Alcazar

by DrewV

Check out the Alcazar. This was the palace of the Moorish Kings of Sevilla before Pedro the Cruel (or Just, depending on whether he beheaded you or not) moved in. The palace is splendid, with fine arches, patio, fountains, and galleries. Sure, it pales next to the Alhambra, but it's still the second greatest Moorish palace in Spain. Also, the English audio tour is first-rate.

Confusing Streets of Sevilla

by Martin_S.

The streets of Sevilla can be a confusing place, especially in the old sections of town. As you can see in these photos, some of the streets are labeled with conflicting names....YES both names were on the SAME street.

the speed of life

by Faracy

not to be redundent, but things are much MUCH slower here than many of us may be used to. Just try waiting in line at the bank, at the grocery store, or anywhere else. Things do get done, but not in the speed that I would like.. It is also difficult to find one person that can answer more than one question... this is amazing to me... I tried to buy a simple computer cable at El Corte Ingles, and had to wait 20 minutes for the specific computer person to come and show me where the cables were...

Guide book(s), good shoes and lots of memory cards

by tini58de

It is definitely advisable to bring good walking shoes with you! Sevilla - especially the old quarters of Santa Cruz and Triana have lots of cobble stone streets and this can be quite hurtful on your feet without the right shoes!

We were in Sevilla in September and we did encounter everything from 32°C and sunshine all the way to heavy rainshowers and thunderstorms. Do pack accordingly! loads of memory cards (or films)! Extra batteries or battery charger! We even brought a second rechargeable battery with us, which at times was a good decision! Good guide book(s)

Iglesia San Luis

by fairy_dust

This is a church on San Luis street in the Macarena district. I don't think it's in use as a church any more, but it's still visited. It is a beautiful example of baroque art/architecture and even though it's small, it's absolutely breathtaking. Also, the times I visited, there was a guy by the altar playing new-age music from a laptop, and it gave the church a mysterious/eerie atmosphere.

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Address: C/ Trajano 15, Seville, Andalusia, 41003, Spain