Live like royalty and savour Renaissance luxury.
Since 1561 there has been a Renaissance palace in the historical Spanish city of Carmona. After careful and detailed restoration, the ruins of this palace were transformed into the luxurious and distinguished Hotel Casa de Carmona.
The main goal of this restoration was to preserve all the palace’s details and original spaces dating back to the 16th century, incorporating elements of modern comfort that would not interfere with the building’s classical style.
The decor, inspired by the Renaissance architecture, combines the Arabic style with several other influences. The rooms reflect these perfect combinations with the convergence of period furniture and original canvasses and paintings. All the spaces are grandiose, special reference is due to the four indoor patios, all with fountains and replete with flowers.
At the restaurant, lodged in the palace’s former stable, the tables are British, the chairs were crafted by a famous carpenter from Carmona, the dishware is from Seville and the cutlery is imported from Cagliari. A luxurious combination that perfectly combines with the refined and traditional cuisine.
The geographical environment is an open invitation to visit the museums and monuments of the historical centres of the cities of Carmona and Seville. A walk through nature is also highly recommended at the Doñana natural park.