Hotel Las Casas del Rey de Baeza, Seville

There are two basic types of dining out in Sevilla: going for tapas (small portions generally between 1,50-4€) or heading to a restaurant for a more traditional meal. This section covers the many bars and restaurants where you can practice tapeando, or going out for tapas. This is not to say you can't order a plate of food in many tapas bars: you will see groups sharing a ración (plate) or media ración (half-plate) of the same dishes. And in many of the good restaurants you can order tapas at the bar. This is a nice way to try some excellent food without paying the full price of a sit down dinner or lunch. As you will see, these two types of dining out in Seville kind of blend together. In the tapas section I will list a number of restaurants which also appear in the restaurant section, but in this case I will try to cover experience of of tapas separately. Generally this means space at the bar, price, what is on the tapas menu and perhaps not always on the dinner or lunch menu. Finally, there has been a noticeable change in the offering of tapas over the last 5-10 years in Seville, with vegetarian and international dishes appearing on more and more menus. I keep hearing that Spain is impossible for a vegetarian and that's simply not true. If you get to know the right places and dishes you'll see there is plenty to eat. That's not to say vegetarian dishes are everywhere, but they're much easier to find now.

Hotel Las Casas del Rey de Baeza Information


Hotel de Rey de Baeza
Location: Calle Santiago, Plaza Jesus de la Rendicion
Prices start at: 161 €
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Each room is distinct according to the original plan of the building. Suites include a shower with hydro massage, while all rooms offer DVD player, satellite TV and stereo system. Attention to guest comfort is evident in the furnishings and amenities found in the rooms. After a day of visiting Sevilla you'll feel at home upon entering your room.

Rooms in the Hotel Rey Baeza offer the following amenities:

  • Climate control
  • Satellite TV and DVD
  • Stereo system
  • Internet access (ADSL) in rooms
  • Mini bar
  • Safe in room
  • Hair Dryer
  • Suites offer additional amenities.


The main hotel patio is named after a gift from King Ferdinand III to the King of Baeza, to thank him for his aid ruing a war. Each patio has it's own character, providing the perfect place to relax and enjoy the tranquility in typical Andalusian style.

The bar and restaurant in the hotel are just a few steps away from the hotel's central patio, both of which are great places to rest and recharge after a long day. The restaurant serves traditional Andalusian cuisine with a menu that makes good use of seasonal foods as well as a large breakfast buffet. Guests will enjoy the roof-top pool and sitting area on the terraza.
  • Bar/Restaurant
  • Room Service (24 hours)
  • Breakfast buffet
  • Pool with sitting area on terraza
  • Typical Andalusian patios
  • Sitting room with fireplace
  • Conference room
  • Library
  • Library of DVDs and CDs for guests
  • International press
  • Free bicycle use
  • Private parking garage


Hotel Rey Baeza is situated in the historical centre of Seville, a short walk from the Casa de Pilatos and the Santa Catalina district. It is convenient to the Alfalfa area and Santa Justa train station. The major monuments and shopping district are within a short walk of the hotel.

Approximate walking distances:

  • Alfalfa district - 5 minutes
  • Cathedral and Alcázar - 10 minutes
  • Shopping district - 7-8 minutes
  • Guadalquivir River - 15 minutes
  • Museum of Fine Arts - 12 minutes

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