Hotel Casa Imperial

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

Imperial 29, Seville, Andalusia, 41003, Spain

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    At Home at the Casa

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    If your tastes gravitate toward the bland and boring sameness of a slick and soulless hotel where everything around you speaks of the contemporary and the up-to-minute, than the Hotel Casa Imperial is not for you.

    But if you enjoy the charm of the quirky, the soulfulness of the old-fashion, and the patina of the finely aged, please reserve your stay at this delightful 5-star hotel. It earns its high-star rating because you are given a good deal of real estate. All rooms are junior-suite sized or larger, with mini kitchens. The 15-foot high ceilings add to the luxurious sense of spaciousness.

    We were welcomed to room #20 by a fine bowl of fruit that was replenished daily. It was refreshing to return each afternoon to these sweet natural treats; enjoy them while relaxing in one of the plush robes. Because this room is located in the rear, overlooking the most private of the hotel’s 3 patios, we enjoyed a rambling walk up the spectacularly tiled staircase to the first floor, and then around the breakfast patio and the main patio, through a small passageway emerging into the peace and quiet of our patio.

    The staff is very friendly and helpful. Late in the game they managed to find us a marvelous restaurant that was willing to alter its fixed menu to suit my vegetarian diet for New Year’s Eve.

    Breakfast is plentiful, including cooked-to-order omelets; a wide selection of Spain’s great culinary love, jamon; fresh and dried fruit; juices; breads with butter and jam; yogurt and cereals. You have the opportunity to break your fast at tables set up in the second patio or in a cozy, wood-beamed ceilinged room.

    A stay in the Hotel Casa Imperial will help steep you Sevilla’s history. The Marquis of Tarifa commissioned the building in 1530. The marquis’s own home, the Casa Pilatos, located around the corner, is now a house museum; it is well worth a visit. The marquis’s majordomo, Alonso de Villafranca, used Casa Imperial to house his master’s guests and he lived here himself. It has been a hotel since 1995.

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Flamenco that was worth the price

by rluedeka about Los Gallos

Having heard that seeing flamenco could be such a rip off, we did a lot of research to find Los Gallos in La Plaza de Santa Cruz in Sevilla. The taxi ride from the old city was reasonable and we were dropped off in front of what looked like a a typical Soho nightclub. We were early, but there was already a line for the late show at 23:30. When we got in, we found out why. Instead of typical nightclub seating around a dance floor, Los Gallos was set up as a small theater with rows of seating and tiny beverage tables. Our tickets (purchased in advance at the Hotel Casa Imperial) included a comp drink, so we didn't get a look at the drink prices. Although the theater was filled to capacity, we felt very comfortable in the center of the second row (Casa Imperial preferred seats). The show was spectacular. Five bailaoras performed separate numbers depicting different dance styles. El Pelon, bailaores, showed us what a man in superb condition to do to the beat of a guitar and hand clapping. The cantaores were very authentic sounding and guitarras were superb. Many of the guests that night were locals and were very appreciative of the performance. They spared us the stiff costuming I had seen worn in Madrid and this seemed much more authentic and passionate. Finger snapping replaced castinettes and nothing was lost by the substitution. This was by far the best show I've seen in Spain. Business casual. Many in the audience are students and are dressed more casually.

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 Hotel Casa Imperial

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Address: Imperial 29, Seville, Andalusia, 41003, Spain