David’s Been Here brings you to one of Sevilla, Spain’s most interesting and unique hotels. La Casa del Maestro is the former house where world famous flamenco guitar player Nino Ricardo was born and died. Since transformed into hotel suites, this amazing stay keeps Ricardo’s tradition alive with each room fashioned and named after his most famous songs. Tour through this luxurious, spacious lodging, learn a bit about its history from the manager, and join David as he explores the rooms and halls of this memorable Andalusian stay. La Casa del Maestro’s goal? To make you feel at home- and they most certainly do that. For more information on staying at this fantastic hotel, check out the David’s Been Here Guide to Andalusia, now available for your Kindle as well.
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