DREAM HOSTEL SEVILLA is located within the historic center of Seville, considered the largest historical center of Europe, particularly in the San Lorenzo, which develops around the Plaza of the same name where the Basilica of Jesus del Gran Poder.
The building where our hotel establishment is located, dates from mid the twentieth century, and is part of the Regionalist architectural style.
Historicist Regionalism was an architectural movement that occurred in Andalusia in the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century to the beginning of the Spanish Civil War.
Andalusian architecture from the early twentieth century until the outbreak of the Civil War unfolded within the channels of a genuine aesthetic traditionalism that first focused on the perpetuation of Nineteenth-century historicism and later had its foundation in the ideario regionalist, except some important performances of modernist influence (Art nouveau). Andalusian architecture at that time lived worried about the recovery of an artistic past, especially Mudejar and baroque, considered glorious. different trends were developed within the regionalism in Seville being the most important neomudéjar style, led mainly by architects like Aníbal González, Juan Talavera and Heredia and Jose Espiau and Muñoz.
This move follows the trends of other times creating buildings Neo-Mudejar, neogothic, neoclassical or neo-baroque but using indigenous materials such as brick, plaster or ceramic tiles trianera.
Our building, in particular, arises from the building typology House Patio, whose elements are to protect the facade, first complete creaked, the type of cover and typological organization (axis hall-stairs-yard). highlights the Traditional tiles in hallway and stairs.
As for DREAM HOSTEL SEVILLA vital maintenance in good condition of the protected elements of the building, collaborating with the conservation of the rich historical heritage of the city of Seville.