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What We Love

  • Stunning restoration of an exquisite 18th-century townhouse
  • Three sunny courtyards for grabbing a drink or reading a book from the library
  • The rooftop terrace has a pool
  • The hotel is a 10-minute walk from Seville cathedral

What To Know

  • Free WiFi
  • Parking is available for an additional $23 per day
  • Dreamer rooms are quite small (from 161 square feet)


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Authentic Andalusian retreat in Seville's old town, with a rustic restaurant and a rooftop pool

The Lowdown

In a quiet corner of Seville’s old town, Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza is a grand 18th-century manor house turned boutique retreat with a classic Andalusian façade. The interiors have a cool modern vibe with smooth stone floors, whitewashed walls and chunky leather sofas. Arranged around a magnificent central courtyard, the 41 rooms and suites are spacious and airy, with cast-iron beds, slate floors and soft lighting throughout. The blond wood and marble bathrooms are understatedly chic. Sip wine and feast on tapas at the rooftop pool and bar or sample modern local cuisine at Azahar, a rustic restaurant nestled in a 13th-century wing of the hotel. After a day exploring Seville’s historic streets, grab a book from the stately library and kick back in one of the three sunny courtyards or indulge in a massage or treatment in the rooftop spa cabin.

In the Area

Beyond Seville’s touristy hotspots, discover foot-stomping flamenco at Casa Anselma, a raucous, smoke-filled club close to the Puente de Isabel II. For another Spanish culture fix, head to Museo De Bellas Artes, an art museum housed in a former convent; look out for works by Velázquez, El Greco and Goya. Searching for the best restaurant in Seville? This is the subject of endless debate, but a good contender is Abantal, a contemporary Andalusian joint run by Julio Fernandez, the only Michelin-starred chef in town.

How to Get There

Hotel Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza
Plaza Jesus de la Redencion, 2
Seville, 41004 Spain


4.5 Very Good 1199 Reviews
Exceeded expectations
Reviewed 1 week ago

From the moment we entered the foyer of this hotel, we felt welcome and special. The information provided was comprehensive and useful; the room was well equipped and comfortable (tea and coffee making in the room a bonus) - just one problem - a daft bath - it was so big and round it would have taken a long time to fill for a decent soak - and unecological.
But breakfast is really great - an amazing buffet, good coffee, and hot food cooked to order --- a definite highlight.

Seville meets Marrakech
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This property has the most amazing moorish courtyards from which the luxurious rooms radiate. We stayed for a long weekend, enjoying local tapas bars / restaurants as well as the hotel restaurant (which was super high quality).

Seville centre is small, so the alcazar, cathedral, and art galleries were all easy to reach. The orange blossom was in full bloom when we visited, so the whole city smelt magical.

5 star all the way
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our stay here was absolutely excellent. From the warm welcome to the beautiful building, courtyards and room - this hotel really has a lot to offer. The staff were wonderful friendly and warm, the hotel is well located for a short stroll into the city centre - but it was always good to get back to it after tapas & Fiona. Thanks to everyone there for spoiling us on my wife's 50th birthday. Can't wait to get back when 8ts warmer to try out the roof top pool. Excellent.

Welcoming and great value
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Set in the old part of town and within easy walking distance of most listed points of interest in Seville, the hotel is a great refuge to relax after a hard day trekking (and getting lost) in the streets of Seville. The large rooms are well appointed and the staff are incredibly helpful.

The a la carte breakfast is good value and the omelettes and hot chocolates are worth having. The set breakfast buffet is a little expensive unless you are a very big eater (you can buy a lot of food in Seville for €22).

A great experience and would happily refer friends or go back myself.

Fantastic hotel
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Just returned back from 3 night stay at this beautiful hotel we were celebrating my 50th Birthday and had a fantastic stay i was spoilt with birthday cake and wine from the staff as well as muliple birthday wishes from everyone they are so welcoming and helpful. You will not be dissapointed the room was outstanding the biggest bed ever and so comfy with 2 juliet balconies. Breakfast waz smazing too. The hotel is very central we walked everywhere we will definately be returning to this hotel and city loved it all and special thanks to marta the front desk manager who treated us like family hope to see you all again very soon x