A few metres from La Maestranza, one can find this old 18th-century mansion which has been turned into a four-star hotel with two restaurants inside.
It is made up of an Andalusian patio which portrays the traditional architecture of this area, and its rooms include several eco-sustainable collections from PORCELANOSA Group.
Built on an old 18th-century mansion, the Hotel Vincci La Rábida is located a few metres from the Maestranza bull ring and the Cathedral of Seville, and it is inside where one can see some of the typical features of classical Sevillian architecture. This is shown through its Andalusian patio, which welcomes guests by taking them to the art and folklore from this area, as well as in its two restaurants where typical dishes from the region are created and put together.
Andalusian design and ECO
In order to enhance the authenticity of each room and keeping that Andalusian style alive, the hotel has opted for the Premium collections from PORCELANOSA Group, bringing tradition, design and sustainability together. This is the case of Porcelanosa and Venis, which are present in the most exclusive suites in the hotel. As far as the former company is concerned, the Dover Acero and Belice Acero wall tiles have been opted for, whose greyish tones harmoniously contrast with the Metropolitan Silver collection from Venis, which reproduces the grainy texture and look of cement.
With regard to the bathrooms, several WaterForest collections have been chosen. We are dealing with the sustainable concept from Noken (PORCELANOSA Group), like the Round taps, which allow energy to be reduced, along with a reduction of C02 emissions. As well as that, its black matt finish matches with the Tec Round shower column, with a flow rate which limits the use up to 9 litres per min. The Forma N Rondo basins and the Acro N toilets, along with the pieces from the Essence-C Compact series deck out the rest of the rooms.