Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza
Seville, Andalucia, Spain
At a Glance
Las Casas del Rey de Baeza features a sizeable rooftop pool and terrace, a real luxury in downtown Seville
This boutique hotel houses its own tapas bar serving up authentic Spanish morsels
Hire one of the hotel bikes for a ramble around the cobbled back streets of Seville
The internal courtyard of the Hospes is the perfect place to chill out and escape the midday sun
Best time to Visit
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Andalucia has a Mediterranean climate, making it a year round destination. In general you can usually rely on pleasant or hot temperatures from April to early November. In Andalucia there are plenty of warm, sunny days right through winter. The best time to visit Seville is in the Spring and Autumn when the temperature is just perfect with warm sunny days. During July and August it can be very hot and some days the temperature reaches 40°C. In August the locals head to the coast and much of the city closes.
To start planning your holiday to Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza
Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza is a laid back, peaceful hotel located in the heart of old Seville. Housed in a historic building and decorated in a rustic style, Las Casas del Rey de Baeza offers friendly hospitality in a warm Andalucian style.
This charming hotel, set in a historic and characteristic backstreet of the old town of Seville, is a great base for exploring this fascinating city. Enter the peaceful hideaway of Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza to find a contemporary fusion of white washed walls with splashes of cinnamon red and yellow. Flower-laced balconies, wooden shutters and sparkling courtyards make for a truly traditional architectural feel.
The 41 rooms and suites at Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza provide a charming mix of contemporary and traditional styles. Hospes Hotels pride themselves on offering a holistic experience and Las Casas del Rey de Baeza is no exception. The hotel’s boutique Bodyna Spa offers a selection of services and treatments based on their very own line of natural cosmetic products. Azahar Restaurant Sevilla introduces you to the delicious dishes of Spain and the Mediterranean, while the casual tapas bar beckons with a feast of individual appetizer-sized portions.
After a long day exploring the city, plunge into the rooftop pool, chill-out in the living room or browse the library. Whatever you decide, Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza will make certain your stay in Seville is comfortable and full of Andalucian hospitality.
The 41 rooms and suites exude boutique luxury, showcasing natural fibre carpets, traditional pottery and neutral colours. Every room has high speed internet, a plasma screen satellite TV and DVD player.
Hospes Las Casa del Rey de Baeza has not been designed with children in mind, it is therefore not recommended for families.
Guests at Hospes Las Casa del Rey de Baeza can enjoy typical Andalucian dishes and delicious tapas at the Azahar restaurant or out in the courtyard of the hotel. The poolside bar serves a range of light snacks and drinks.
Bikes can be hired to explore the local area and tours of the historical city of Seville can also be arranged. The hotel will be able to advise you on the best places to visit and help to organise activities of your choice.
James Ferguson (Staff)
I really liked this hotel - if an informal, rustic style boutique hotel is what you are looking for look no further. The architecture of this historic building has been nicely preserved so you'll see a shady patio surrounded by airy and comfortable rooms.
Fiona Bickmore (Staff)
Located in the old city only a short walk from the Cathedral and the Alcazar this hotel is in a great position. There is so much to do and see in Seville, why not try your hand at Flamenco dancing or take a horse drawn carriage around the city? Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza is very aesthetically pleasing - lots of terracotta and beautiful flowers. Smart but chic is how I would describe this charming hotel.
Iberian ham tasting at Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza
Discover the delicious world of Iberian ham in this mouth-watering masterclass. Learn about the art of Iberian ham slicing and tasting, and the origins of one of Spain's most famous exports.
Jerez and the art of Spanish horses
Visit the historic town of Jerez, known around the world for its production of delicious sherry wines. In addition to its wines, Jerez has been the home of the famed Andalucian horses since the Moors ruled the city.
Monuments of Cordoba
Once the largest city in western Europe, Cordoba is packed with history, culture and impressive architecture. Explore with your private guide and learn about the fascinating history of this beautiful city.
Private Flamenco dance class
Immerse yourself in Andalucian culture with a private Flamenco dance class. Dancers of any level can enjoy these lessons and discover the intricacies of one Spain's most recognisable art forms.
Ronda and the white villages
Discover the beautiful Andalucian countryside and explore its enchanting white villages, or pueblos blancos, perched on hilltops and surrounded by dramatic mountain scenery. Visit spectacular Ronda and admire the views from this charming town.
Ronda walking tour
One of Andalucia's picturesque white towns, Ronda offers dramatic views across the El Tajo gorge. Explore the charming town with your private guide and learn about its fascinating history.
Seville walking tour
Seville, dating from Roman times and once one of the world’s most powerful cities, is today one of the loveliest towns in Europe displaying a rich tapestry of food, culture and history. Discover the city's key sights with your private guide.
Tour of the Alhambra
Discover the breathtaking beauty of the Alhambra, Granada's majestic Moorish palace. Your private guide will explain the history behind the palace as you admire its incredible architecture and explore the idyllic Generalife gardens.
Walking tour of Cordoba
Boasting a fascinating history, Cordoba was once the largest city in western Europe, flourishing under the Islamic rule of Spain. Explore the ancient city with your private guide, discovering Roman ruins, Jewish history and Cordoba's impressive Mosque.
Walking tour of the Alhambra
Discover the beauty of the Alhambra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Spain's most iconic landmarks. Explore the ancient fortress and palace with your private guide, learning about its history and spectacular design.
Seville, Cordoba & Granada
from £2400 pp inc flights & transfers for 7 nights
- Explore Granada's famous Alhambra, a spectacular Moorish palace and UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Eat to your heart's content in Andalucia's traditional tapas bars
- Watch a fascinating performance of the unique flamenco dance, which originated in Andalucia
Location & directions
Seville, Andalucia, Spain
Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza is located in the centre of Seville in the northern limits of the Barrio de Santa Cruz.
How to get there
It is a 2-hour 40-minute direct flight to Seville Airport from London. Hospes Las Casas del Rey is a 15-minute drive from the airport.
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