Rumaykiyya

  • Colourful carved headboards.
  • Hydraulic floor.
  • 1.90 x 1.10 bath.
  • One balcony and one window.
  • Cedar wooden mirror.
  • Stuccoed bathroom in two colours.

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History

The king poet Al-Mutamid, last king of the Taifa of Seville, met slave Al-Rumaykiyya on banks of Guadalquivir, and according to the legend, he was bewitched by her beauty and decided to buy her, gaving her the name of L’timad. Rumaykyya-L’timad is considered to be a capricious and poetic person who had much influence in the court of Seville. This pretty double room with warm colours and with its great bed with polychromé cedar and its bathroom will enchant you. It has a refined decoration which give you a sensation of peace and relax… A large window gives on a balcony with beautiful sights.
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