Hotel in the old town of Baeza, Jaén

July 18th, 2008 | by nick |

TRH Baeza*** Originally a 16th century Carmelitan Convent, this hotel rests in the old town of Baeza, a dreamlike place where time seems to stand still. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Baeza has preserved the Renaissance style architecture which flourished during the city’s prosperity in the 16th century. Rooms at TRH Baeza surround the cloister of the former convent, quiet, peaceful spaces with elegant decoration and modern facilities. More information

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