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This is a great chance to experience some modern Spanish gastronomy as well as some fascinating art and culture.
La Casona de Calderon Boutique and Gastronomic Hotel has parts of the building that date back to the 16th century! It has been renovated to the highest standard, both traditional and elegant, with antique furniture and surprising features around every corner. Both in the common areas and in the bedrooms themselves you will find original lithographs, farming tools, pieces of art and more, dating from the 16th to the 20th century, all of which come with a description translated in Spanish, English and Chinese.
Located in the heart of the town of the beautiful whitewashed town of Osuna, in the Seville countryside, it is a fascinating place to visit, and still relatively unknown to foreign or national visitors.
This first class hotel comprises 15 comfortable, different, fully equipped rooms that include air conditioning, TV, WI-FI, direct telephone, hair dryer, security box and room service.
The sleek, modern Restaurant Oriba inside the hotel is one of Osuna's most elegant and sophisticated restaurants, so you're in for real treat with this dining experience. Chef, Ruben Sanchez Camacho, holds a Michelin Star and 2 Repsol Guide Suns!
With up to 30% off, each of the room options includes:
Three types of breakfasts to choose from: Continental, Mediterranean and Healthy.
Tasting dinner: Foie Lollipops with dark chocolate. Assortment of cheeses. Red partridge pate. Artichoke flower with a mousseline base. Carrot parmentier with vegetable crudites, black olive powder and rosemary aroma. Cod with potato cream and roasted garlic. Glazed ribs. Oriba's house dessert, based on chocolate and Oreos. Drinks not included.
Vegetarians/Pescatarians can be catered for with prior warning - please mention when you book!
Option 1: 1 night in a Double Standard room, breakfast, tasting menu, normally €100 per person, now only €69.95 per person based on two people sharing (double bed according to availability).
Option 2: 1 night in a Superior Double room, breakfast, tasting menu, normally €103.50 per person, now only €79.95 per person based on two people sharing (double bed according to availability).
Option 3: 1 night in a Double Superior Plus room, breakfast, tasting menu, normally €110 per person based on two people sharing, now only €89.95 per person. Guaranteed double bed.
Option 4: 2 nights in a Double Standard room, 2 breakfasts, one tasting menu, normally €137.50 per person, now only €94.95 per person based on two people sharing (double bed according to availability).
Option 5: 2 nights in a Superior Double room, 2 breakfasts, one tasting menu, normally €144.50 per person, now only €104.95 per person based on two people sharing (double bed according to availability).
Option 6: 2 nights in a Double Superior Plus room, 2 breakfasts, one tasting menu, normally €158.50 per person, now only €114.95 per person based on two people sharing. Guaranteed double bed.
Check-in/out: Normally check in is at 12, but if you arrive earlier and your room is ready you can take it (however cleaning is currently taking longer as it is carried out with ozone disinfection). Check out is at midday but they have a siesta rate in case you wish to leave later.
More about Osuna
Situated in the heart of the Seville countryside, this fascinating historical town has been identified as the Iberian town of Urso, which was conquered by Caesar. The town later fell into Muslim hands before being finally reconquered by Fernando III (1239), and then ceded to the Order of Calatrava by Alfonso X the Wise (1264). The town reached its zenith under the House of Osuna from 1562, when Philip II gave the fifth Count of Ureña the title of Duke of Osuna. At the end of the 18th century, the Duke and Duchess of Osuna were very prominent in Spanish society and they were the first sponsors of Goya. He painted them for posterity and these paintings are now in the Prado.
Places to visit:
Collegiate Church of Santa Maria de la Asuncion
The Collegiate Church of Santa Maria de la Asuncion is a very large church in the Plateresque style that is located on the highest point of the hill that overlooks the town. The church was built in the 16th century and it has a beautiful Baroque main altar and the chapels on the sides are all very attractive. The church has also a Sacred Art Museum.
Monastery of la Encarnacion
The Monastery of la Encarnacion is located just below the Collegiate Church. It is a Baroque building dating to 1547, with a beautiful chapel. One can see the cloisters with a patio that is arcaded. The walls that enclose the patio have wonderful ceramic tile from Seville with paintings of the 18th century.
The Archaeological Museum
The Archaeological Museum is located in a building called the Torre del Agua, a Moorish building constructed in the 12th century and refurbished by the Order of Calatrava in the 14th century. The museum has archaeological remains found in the lands around the town, some from the Bronze Age.
Plaza Cervantes, 16 Osuna Sevilla41640
(+34) 954 815 037
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