On a quiet side street in Seville sits the cozy Hospes Las Casas Del Rey De Baeza. This home-turned-hotel is a haven of Andalusian luxury and hospitality.
Hospes Las Casas Del Rey De Baeza is an 18th-century traditional shared courtyard home that has been lovingly transformed into a three-floor boutique hotel. Pass through the glorious pastel-yellow and white facade and enter into a serene and historic property that oozes with Andalusian charm. Pretty archways and whitewashed walls, all typical Seville-style architectural details, remain as lovely accents. The lobby is a warm and inviting space with cotton, pine cones, and lavender-filled glass vases.
The 41 private rooms vary in size and design. The overall feeling is one of being cocooned in a warm Spanish embrace. Find homey touches like airy turquoise ceilings, wooden window shutters, and natural details like earthy pots and baskets of lemons. Traditional esparto grass window coverings are very unique to this corner of Spain. Crisp, white bed sheets welcome you after a day of walking around Seville.
Mediterranean and Andalusian dinners from Azahar Restaurant are enjoyed al fresco in the cobblestone patio, a lovely little Eden with orange trees, potted palms, and a gently bubbling fountain. The flavors of the region are rich and delicious. Modern takes on Andalusian fare tantalize taste buds. Sip wine at a tasting with tapas, or for a more unique experience try the varieties of local olive oils or Iberian hams.
On a bright sunny day—and there are many in Seville—head up to the rooftop and unwind on the white loungers, fanned by billowing. Take a dip in the salt water pool overlooking the red terracotta roofs with the Catheral’s Giralda tower in the distance. On a chilly day, cozy up in the library.
The Spa offers a variety of relaxation treatments and beauty services so you can look your best before heading out into the city. Cycle the historic streets of Seville by day, and spend the evening in one (or many) of the city’s tapas bars.Request Information