Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza

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—The Seville sunshine is a 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.

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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. 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—from which one can joyously plunge into the rooftop pool, chill-out in the living room, or browse the library.

    Nearest Airport
    SVQ - San Pablo Airport
    Food & Drink
    Restaurant & bar
    Spa & Recreation
    Breakfast, Room Service
    Conference & Meetings
    4 meeting rooms
    Internet
    Complimentary WiFi
    Services
    Breakfast, Late Check-out, Room Service

    So as not to taint the prevailing traditional Spanish flair on the outside, the whitewashed walls are accentuated with the ‘albero’ ocher bullring color typically found in southern Spain. Inside, the time-honored feel is rooted in the terracotta flooring and curved, wooden slat chairs, which elaborate on the country theme.

    Architecture

    Serenity in Seville

    Bucolic touches include woven pull-string window shades and the riverbed rocks paving an idyllic path across the central courtyard. Two tiers of delicately carved wooden balconies are flanked by a forest of wooden posts and both painted and untouched stone columns, which provide a necessary and yet far from drab support for the clambering vines.

    Architecture
    Serenity in Seville

    Bucolic touches include woven pull-string window shades and the riverbed rocks paving an idyllic path across the central courtyard. Two tiers of delicately carved wooden balconies are flanked by a forest of wooden posts and both painted and untouched stone columns, which provide a necessary and yet far from drab support for the clambering vines.

    So as not to taint the prevailing traditional Spanish flair on the outside, the whitewashed walls are accentuated with the ‘albero’ ocher bullring color typically found in southern Spain. Inside, the time-honored feel is rooted in the terracotta flooring and curved, wooden slat chairs, which elaborate on the country theme.

    The Seville sunshine is a 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.

    Interior Design

    Spanish Flair

    On entering the rooms, guests are met by interiors surprisingly reminiscent of chic, urban apartments. Global modernity is evident in dark chocolate-colored furnishings including wooden beds from Indonesia, sweeping beech paneling, carefully chosen esparto carpets, and over-sized floor cushions to sink into and relax.

    Interior Design
    Spanish Flair

    On entering the rooms, guests are met by interiors surprisingly reminiscent of chic, urban apartments. Global modernity is evident in dark chocolate-colored furnishings including wooden beds from Indonesia, sweeping beech paneling, carefully chosen esparto carpets, and over-sized floor cushions to sink into and relax.

    The Seville sunshine is a 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.

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      • Free cancellation until 2PM on the day of arrival
      • Includes breakfast & laundry or ironing service
      • Priority for early check-in & late check-out
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      • Complimentary breakfast
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      • Up to 20% off