HOSPES LAS CASAS DEL REY DE BAEZA
C/ Santiago, Plaza Jesús de la Redención n°2
36 rooms and 5 suites
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In a city made famous by stereotypes of hot-blooded inhabitants and flaming passions, the Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza shows a reserved, sophisticated side of Seville. Amalgamating the best elements of Arabic and European design that have influenced the Andalusian capital over centuries, Casas del Rey de Baeza is a contemporary fusion of past and present. Bright, whitewashed walls blend with the ochers and reds of southern Spain's bullrings in the hotel's courtyards, scented by a generous smattering of Seville’s famous oranges in help-yourself baskets and shaded by arcaded walkways which tempt guests into secret conspiratorial moments.
Indoors, cool stone flooring and natural tones lead into the 41 guestrooms, where a gracious modernity takes over. Dark chocolate-colored furnishings, sisal mats, over-sized floor cushions and soft lighting take the scene in interiors reminiscent of chic, urban apartments. Plunge into the rooftop pool, chill-out in the living room or browse the library. The Casas del Rey de Baeza is another corner of this fascinating city that will reward careful exploration.
To book in Spanish: Hablamos español! Llame a nuestro equipo de reservas y pregunte por Andres 16:00-24:00 (hora española GMT+1), de lunes a viernes. Aquí está la lista de números de teléfono gratuitos para cada país!
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LOCATION OF LAS CASAS DEL REY DE BAEZA, SEVILLE
Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza is located at the very heart of Seville's historical city center, at the Judería neighbourhood, surrounded by convents, churches and ancient buildings of great architectural value. It is 5 minutes from Sierpes Street, great for shopping; Pilate's House, an Andalusian palace; the largest Gothic cathedral in the world; Reales Alcázares, one of the oldest palaces in the world and the famous Metropol Parasol by Jürgen Mayer. 5 minutes from Santa Justa train station and 20 minutes from the airport.