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An 18th-century dwelling in the fiery city of Seville is the privileged retreat of Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza. A relaxed, sophisticated fusion of past and present, the hotel is awash in rustic natural touches, such as woven pull-string window shades and idyllic riverbed rock paths. Global modernity is evident in dark chocolate-colored furnishings, including wooden beds from Indonesia, sweeping beech paneling, esparto carpets, and oversized floor cushions.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
Once a beautiful traditional settlement, the building encompassing the hotel is a wonderful marriage of the best elements of Arabic and European design. Authentic Andalusian materials and architectural styles are seen throughout, such as whitewashed walls with accents of ocher and red and terracotta flooring, as well as the use of local stone, clay, and slate. The guest rooms take on an urban chic ambience while still retaining a traditional modernity with their dark colonial-style furnishings.