Set just north of the Jewish Quarter this stylish, recently renovated, 4-star hotel is just a 15-minute walk from Sevilla’s Cathedral and Alcazar.

With tastefully modern, country-style décor throughout, light pastel shades, natural materials and cool terracotta or ceramic floors, the Casas del Rey de Baeza offers an oasis of calm away from the heat and bustle of the city’s streets.

There’s a rooftop pool with sun-terrace as well as a delightful restaurant serving modern Andalucian cuisine. Breakfast can be enjoyed in the dining room or shady terrace and drinks and, though there’s no bar, snacks can be ordered anywhere in the hotel throughout the day.


41 rooms decorated in pastel shades and natural materials with terracotta or ceramic tiled floors. 

All rooms are spacious, deluxe and superior rooms are larger, junior suites and suites have a living area which is separate in the latter.

Hotel Features

Rooftop pool and sun terrace.

On-site parking 


The hotel’s ‘Azahar’ gastronomic restaurant serves modern Andalucian cuisine.

A fairly extensive menu of drinks, tapas and pizzas can be ordered at any time of the day to poolside, patio or your room.

Hotel Facilities

24 Hour Reception
Tour Booking Service
WiFi all areas
No smoking in hotel
Luggage storage
Laundry Service
Air Conditioning

Sports and Wellbeing

Swimming Pool (outdoor, all year)

Room facilities (all rooms)

En-suite bathroom
Air conditioning
Fridge / Minibar
Tea/Coffee making facilities
Safe deposit box


Restaurant, open to the public
Bar, open to the public, serving drinks and light snacks


Facilities adapted for guests with reduced mobility
Room(s) adapted for guests with reduced mobility


On-site parking (extra charge)
Garage parking (extra charge)


Pets allowed by prior arrangement - please consult

Sevilla, Andalucia

Famous for flamenco, spotty dresses and fiestas and, of course, the eponymous oranges, Sevilla, capital of Andalucia, is a stylish and sophisticated city brim-full of life with a truly fascinating history.Though a full 80km from the Atlantic, the city’s once-immense riches were founded mostly on its activity as the port of the Americas in the Golden Age when it enjoyed a monopoly on trade with the colonies. It was from here that Magellan set off around the world.Founded in Roman times the city began to flourish under Muslim rule when Sevilla was second only to Cordoba in importance. And you can truly sense all this history as you explore its Old Town, Europe’s third largest, which has three UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Cathedral and Giralda tower, the Alcázar palace, and the General Archive of the Indies.The main festivals, Feria de Sevilla and Semana Santa (Holy week – Easter) are in the spring but the city has a special buzz at any time of the year whether you want authentic flamenco concerts in Triana or just bustling tapas bars serving Spain’s best ham and sherry wines direct from the barrel.