Palacio Bucarelli is a Sevillian Baroque gem, built at the end of the 17th century by the Bucarelli family from Florence. It preserves a large part of its original structure and elements and has been recently restored adapting it to all XXI century comforts
The Bucarelli family moved to Seville attracted by the trade with the new world. Seville owned the commerce monopoly with America, and together with other important families were great foreign shippers residing in Seville. Among its loads, spices such as cloves, cinnamon, black pepper, ginger, cardamom, nutmeg, vanilla or cocoa stood out.
Over the generations, many characters in the family stood out and achieved great notoriety, especially in the military, political or religious sphere. Some give names to our Suites and our guests will be able to read different stories about them around the accommodation.
The House is still in the possession of the same family, it is something that is very valuable to us. In the 19th century, the house belonged to Pilar Bucarelli, who married Juan Bautista de Queralt y Silva, Count Santa Coloma. The current owner is Enrique de Queralt Chávarri, Count of Santa Coloma.