An authentic Andalucian hideaway in the heart of old Seville.
Hospes las Casas del Rey de Baeza is a wonderful example of classical Andalucian architecture. From the terracotta and white exterior with wrought iron bar balconies, to the cosy paved central courtyard, which was a neighbourhood patio when the building was constructed in the 18th century. It fits perfectly in historical Seville, set just ten minutes’ walk from the famous gothic cathedral in the city’s medieval old town. Inside, your rooms are bright and light, with a white and pastel palette and classic Andalucian shuttered windows. You’ll find other little reminders of the hotel’s connection to its home throughout your stay – like the baskets of Sevillian oranges left on the terrace by the rooftop pool.
We recommend starting your day early in Seville – you can enjoy breakfast in the warmth of the morning sun in the central courtyard, and then head out to wander the narrow streets of the old town. Climb the steps to the top of the Giralda, the bell tower of the enormous Seville cathedral, for panoramic views across town. Then retreat from the fierce midday sun by café hopping to try the city’s excellent tapas, washed down with local manzanilla sherry.