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Imperial, 29, Old Town, 41003 Seville, Spain – Show map
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Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not possible) and costs EUR 18 per day.
Car Rental, Shuttle Service (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Laundry, Fax/Photocopying, Honeymoon Suite
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Soundproof Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
French, Spanish, English
From 2:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 10 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Score from 929 reviews Excellent
Featuring a beautiful Andalusian courtyard and a roof terrace looking onto La Giralda, Vincci la Rabida is in a charming mansion dating from the 18th century.
Score from 1333 reviews Very good
Very charmy hotel. Central location and staff extremely helpful!
Nothing. Everything was great.
Funky and eccentric and beautiful common areas , real vernacular architecture . Our room was as eccentric and perhaps the shower was a bit to eccentric .Great location and an easy walk to the sights .
The pillows were too small and inadequate
accessability by car nearly impossible, junior suite over 3 floors with narrow,winding stairs
The Hotel location was great we had a wonderful time. Staff were excellent and rooms were clean and comfortable. We would stay here again highly recommended.
Very, very helpful staff, beautiful old hotel, close to all major tourist places.
It is a pity that the first impression of this very beautiful hotel did not last. The rooms are poorly lit,especially the bathroom. It was impossible to sleep before 1 am as the noise from the courtyards of returning guests was very loud. The hotel does not provide breakfast before 8.30 which is very late. The bed was very hard.
RUSTIC AND SPACIOUS
A BIT RUN DOWN AND THE FLOORS WERE EXTREMELY COLD.
Architecture location staff
Fantastisch Hotel, extreme friendly Staff, motivating in speaking there Language. Nice Breakfast, Location close to City center. Good Parking lot close to the Hotel, Not free of Charge.
Location, atmosphere, character
Location - away but still close to the tourist anthill. The quiet XVII-s century building with traditional Spanish courts and fountains. Marvelous tiles, old furniture etc. as decorations everywhere. Quiet very spacious suite-like rooms with two sofas and old-style brick floors. Kitchen-style counters with small refrigerators. Polite and helpful staff. Good breakfast. Very good A/C.
Not regular soap supply.
location helpful with parking
billing. Ipaid through the website for booking.com which showed up on my CC bill as "Hotel Imperial", and was billed again at the lodging as "Casa Imperial".
Friendly and helpful staff Calm environment Beautiful decor/tiled walls Sun terrace fab ( a couple of sunloungers up there would be good!) Comfy room with original features
Hard to criticise but some decor a little tired in places
The courtyards and ambiance of this small hotel are wonderful.It is quiet and very pleasant with lots of lovely antiques and curiosities to admire. The rooms are large and comfortable.
Not a complaint but be aware that there are no lifts.
The beautiful courtyards and terraces.
The plumbing - the bath didn't empty!
The staff, the building, ambiance and location.
The poor operation of the en-suite door handle caused me to be locked in during the middle of the night, a more fragile guest may have become alarmed. Freshly squeezed juice for only so many of the guests at breakfast.
two linked rooms behind one entrance with a little kitchenette. The rooms were above the office so had good wifi connection.
kitchenette was empty but for two plates and two wine glasses - no cups, saucepans nor kettle. The double room was above the main entrance. Lots of noise on the Saturday night when lots of people arrived or left late at night. Otherwise quiet and pleasant.
Absolutely amazingly beautiful Andalusian style hotel. Hidden in a little alley, the door opens to a secret paradise! Lush Lavender scented courtyards, painstakingly tended little gardens, gorgeous tiling, colours, a real secret paradise. Lovely Reception staff. Very comfortable room, charming decor, comfy bed!
If I had to say I didn't like something, I'd say the bedroom was a little dark, (ours was shuttered) Though to be fair I could have asked for another lamp I guess. Breakfast was a bit poor so if it wasn't included I definitely wouldn't add it! It was an excuse to sit in the Courtyard though.
Kind staff, comfortable room, deliciously authentic building, wonderful position high above the city. I loved it all except for ...
trying to reverse down the narrow street on which the hotel was sited so as to reach the parking area (which I'd overshot).
Entering the hotel's patio after a long walk. The streets in general in Seville are noisy with cars and motorcycles passing through the narrow streets, and it felt as a huge relief each time to return to this hotel which offered calmness and peace.
I'm used to more proper bedding (cultural difference) with solid blanket rather than a thin sheet.
This is a gorgeous hotel, lots of courtyards, water features, patios. We had a stunning two-level room. The staff were very helpful. I would definitely stay here again.
We had a little kitchen area in the room but no kettle/pan to make tea or coffee.
Wonderful Morrish designed hotel. The rooms were very large with lounge area. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was good.
The decor, the location, the roof top views
Location, rooms, decoration.
Too tight stairs within the room
It is so different from the same old hotels , you really have a wonderful experience, a place to remember, stunning rooms. Lovely old quarter of the city
Juan at reception on check in very helpful and kind , as was night manager. However, breakfast room is too small , not a good experience, does not do hotel justice. waitress most unfriendly, needs to be reminded that breakfast to 10.30 does not mean to the rest of the world that you are to be gone from table by 10 30 , she stated all food would be removed, proceeded to clear tables, and hurry people, people are on their holidays, its not a business hotel. All disappointed.
Beautiful decor. Traditional. The courtyards are lovely.
Parking and too many steps in room. Not able to have tea in room.