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Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza Sevilla
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Reviewed 20 February 2012

We had a delightful experience at this hotel and were completely satisfied with its rooms and breakfast. While it is a bit off the beaten track, it is easily accessible and walking distance to the major attractions. Additionally, it has internet service and numerous pleasant places to read or relax in the common areas as well as parking. All in all, a great find at a reasonable price!

Room Tip: The upper level rooms are a little better and look in on the courtyard.
  • Stayed: April 2011, travelled with family
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2  Thank jncd2000
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Reviewed 10 February 2012

My husband and I loved this hotel - stayed for 3 nights this week in Room 18. A bit noisy but we do live in the middle of nowhere and this is a City hotel ! The deluxe room was lovely - a generous size, very comfortable bed and beautiful bed linen. Great bathroom with a big circular bath. We did not eat in the hotel in the evening as we wanted to try different restaurants and each morning we had breakfast in a cafe rather then pay E21 ! It has a very smart roof terrace which we used in the afternoons. Perfect 19 degrees. Only one gripe, why don't hotels of this standard and price, supply you with tea/coffee making facilities ? Seems a bit churlish ! We would definitely recommend this hotel.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank 249Diana
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Reviewed 25 January 2012

We visited in January on the occasion of my birthday ( any excuse to get away).Our flight was to Malaga so there was a long drive of about 2.5 hours to get to the hotel,boy were we glad we had a sat nav as I doubt if we would have been able to drive around the very narrow streets with just a map to find the hotel.

Check in was a breeze with lots of helpful info about attractions and places to eat and while this was going on our car was being parked at a cost of 18 euros per day, and it stayed parked for our whole visit,walking is the best option here.
Whilst mentioning walking I strongly suggest you visit Google maps and download very accurate walking directions to the city centre,we used it all the time to find our way out and back!

Our room was no.37 which was simply furnished and of a good size and had only a tiny window overlooking the inner courtyard but French doors in the bathroom with a view of adjoining houses.The floors are of slate so the complimentary slippers were well used.

We ate in the restaurant the first night and thought the food was of a good standard but perhaps a little expensive.Breakfast is a cold buffet with a wide selection ranging from smoked salmon to cereal & cakes.However if you want anything hot you have to pay extra which is not what you expect from a hotel of this standard.

We particularly liked the roof terrace and pool and sat out enjoying the late afternoon sun,a real bonus in January

The staff were friendly in helpful especially when checking out in the early morning Miguel presented us with a generous picnic for the journey,a lovely touch we thought. Overall we thoroughly enjoyed our stay in this little treasure of a hotel.

  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank gollane
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Reviewed 22 December 2011

No fire in lounge. I was told they had never lit it, were afraid it might smoke. And some music please? We don't have any in the lounge. The only sound to break the audible silence was the pathetic peeping of a small bird in a cage. I went to the reception again and asked if at least they could light the candles. Nice setting, stylish but so 'dead'. Probably nice in summer when there are other guests.

  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled solo
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2  Thank Zoë O
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Reviewed 22 December 2011

For an extended birthday treat - a stay in Seville - we chose the 4-star Hospes Las Casas Del Rey de Baeza. With a name as long as that, it’s not surprising that the hotel doesn’t have a large sign outside: the Hospes sign on the wall by the door is small and discreet and that kind of sums up this little gem of a place. It has just 41 rooms and we were lucky enough to be upgraded to a suite - which proved to be a welcome retreat (with a huge exceptionally comfortable bed) at the end of a long day exploring Seville.

The hotel combines the traditional architectural and decorative features of a building in the old part of Seville, with modern comforts and facilities. We loved the two inner courtyards: the blue-painted woodwork of the balustrades and window frames, set against pristine white walls; iron tables and chairs; rustic accessories and pots full of exuberant plants. The hotel has no bar but, ask for a drink at reception and it will be brought to you wherever you want it. There are a couple of lounge-type rooms - one with a sofa and easy chairs, fireplace and, in the corner, a desk with a laptop (free Internet access).

Breakfast was a highlight: a large choice of items (some helpfully labelled) on the cold buffet - which was regularly replenished so that it always looked as though it had just been set out. A choice of cooked items is included in the price: these dishes are prepared to order and ours were brought to the table by the chef himself! Even the breakfast coffee was good - something I don’t often find in hotels.

We were in Seville for tapas, so we didn’t dine in the Senzone gourmet restaurant, which I rather regret - but gives us an excuse to return. The hotel’s location meant that we could easily walk to everywhere we wanted to visit, including Seville’s oldest tapas bar, the atmospheric El Rinconcillo; amazing ice cream shop Rayas, and the slightly less touristy flamenco venue La Carboneria.

The hotel, its location and helpful friendly team all contributed to our successful visit. I have only two tiny criticisms: there was no full-length mirror in our room (I do like to ensure that my skirt isn’t tucked into my knickers before I got out!) and, unlike most hotels in these environmentally aware times, there was no card in the room instructing us what to do if we were happy to re-use our towels. As a result we had fresh towels every day - not a habit we can enjoy at home!

Room Tip: Ask for one on a higher floor.
  • Stayed: November 2011, travelled as a couple
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