This beautiful, traditional Andalusian house is located in Seville’s old town, just 10 minutes’ walk from the cathedral. Located 5 minutes’ walk from the Hotel Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza, you can find Seville’s Sierpes Street which is famous for its shopping and the Pilate’s House, an Andalusian palace in Seville. You can walk to the Cathedral, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world and the Reales Alcázares, one of the oldest palaces in the world, in around 12 minutes, also the famous building Metropol Parasol from Jürgen Mayer is within a 15 min reach.
Bucolic touches include woven pull-string window shades and the riverbed rocks paving an idyllic path across the central courtyard. Two tiers of delicately carved wooden balconies are flanked by a forest of wooden posts and both painted and untouched stone columns, which provide a necessary and yet far from drab support for the clambering vines.
On entering the rooms, guests are met by interiors surprisingly reminiscent of chic, urban apartments. Global modernity is evident in dark chocolate-colored furnishings including wooden beds from Indonesia, sweeping beech paneling, carefully chosen esparto carpets, and over-sized floor cushions to sink into and relax.
So as not to taint the prevailing traditional Spanish flair on the outside, the whitewashed walls are accentuated with the ‘albero’ ocher bullring color typically found in southern Spain. Inside, the time-honored feel is rooted in the terracotta flooring and curved, wooden slat chairs, which elaborate on the country theme.
The Seville sunshine is a very much a part of the design at Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza, perfectly complementing the guestrooms’ warm, textured look, in the form of dark wood, earth-tone tiles, and stately columns.
Architecture & Interior Design from Hospes Design Team.
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