Welcome to Casa Páez Sevilla
Casa Páez Sevilla enjoys a perfect location in San Vicente’s quarter, inside the old town of the city, just a few minutes from the Plaza de la Campana, on the junction of commercial streets like Sierpes, Plaza del Duque, Imagen, Tetuán…
The house is built around a central courtyard, completely renovated, achieving a perfect combination between the classic Andalusian style and the technology and comfort necessary for our guests. They are the reason why we have taken great care in decorating and refurbishing the whole house.
It has 5 double bedrooms: two on the ground floor, two on the first floor and one in the second floor. 4 full bathrooms. All the bedrooms and other rooms have air-conditioning system. It has a large terrace with solarium on the second floor.
Fully equipped kitchen with all the necessary utensils. In Casa Páez you will find different spaces to enjoy the reading, watch a movie or just stay with friends or family.
Surroundings and places of interest
The house is just 150 metres from the Museo de Bellas Artes, one of the most remarkable art galleries in Spain. There is an art market on the street near the museum which take place every Sunday.
Churches like San Vicente, La Magdalena and El Divino Salvador are within a radius of 700 metres around.
The Cathedral, the Alcázar and the Archivo de Indias, which constitute the whole monumental ensemble, are only 15 minutes away on foot, and link to the Barrio de Santa Cruz, Jardines de Murillo, Antigua Fábrica de Tabacos and the Parque de María Luisa and its magnificent Plaza de España. It is worth a walk by the park’s roads to enjoy its botanical variety.
Inside the park you can also find the Archaeological Museum and the Museum of Arts and Traditions of Seville.
The Palace of San Telmo, historical residence of the Duke of Montpensier and current seat of the Andalusian Parliament, the Torre del Oro and the Hotel Alfonso XIII complete the core of the old town of the city.
It goes without saying, of course, that is almost mandatory for the travelers to get lost in the narrow lanes of the old town looking for a monument, eat some tapas and find balconies, hidden squares, special corners or traditional courtyards.