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. Two tiers of delicately carved wooden balconies are flanked by a forest of wooden posts and untouched stone columns that play host to clambering vines.
Interior design Hospes Design Team
A time-honored feel is rooted in the terracotta flooring and wooden slat chairs that emphasize a country theme.
The Seville sunshine is very much a part of the design at Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza, perfectly complementing the guestrooms’ warm, textured look in the form of dark wood, earth-tone tiles, and stately columns.
History Past as prologue
This traditional Sevillian building used to be a neighbors’ courtyard in the 18th century.