Atlantis Auditorium is a venue equipped with audiovisual tools and technology needed for setting an unique event adapted to every need: face-to-face, digital and hybrid events.
The Shabby and Chic team bet on excellence and works every day to get the space that best suits the needs of each client. We study each particular case and we focus our power to offer the best option.
The Shabby and Chic team adapt to the needs of every single client, studying and analyzing each situation to offer the space that best suits what is needed. In this case, our team worked hand in hand with AMBAR, the Aragonese beer brand, which introduced its most exquisite beer varieties in Seville for about 120 people.
Shabby and Chic is characterized for searching the perfect space in each type of events. Spaces with personality, different and exclusive locations for the needs of the client. Singular places for dinners, corporate events, meetings, incentives, conventions, audiovisual productions… In this new Shabby and Chic´s experience, our professionals team organized a meeting for Sitel company in Seville. It attended all its employees who managed the Orange´s commercial line, the telecommunications company.
Selva Urbana is a unique space and an exotic proposal in the historical center of Seville. This industrial venue with capacity for 200 people, combines the technical character of a 1929´s foundry building with a fresh and jungle-inspired decoration, that allows to host all kind of trendy and exclusive events.
The Ibero-American Museum of Seville is the perfect space for celebrations and events thanks to its perfect layout.
The biggest draw for this Sevillian Palace is that it is the only one with enough space to accommodate 360 people in a banquet setting, over 5,000 square meters of gardens and several spaces for smaller gatherings of about 20 people.
Located in Seville’s historic district, this venue can host any event in any season thanks in large part to a system which allows the outdoor terraces to be closed off and protected from the elements.
De la Cruz Lane starts off close to the Cathedral of Seville and through a few turns, ends in a quaint plaza.
This terrace is part of a beautiful Andalusian neo-baroque building constructed for the Universal Exposition of 1929.