TRH Ciudad de Baeza4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
this was a lovely place to stay for one night in spain the restaurants do not open until 8pm in the evening , the hotel was excellent good food lovely quiet rooms and outside seating areas in abundance
Modern hotel in an ancient building. Very convenient for visiting the old town, and close to the market square which has many places to eat. Free fast WiFi in the rooms. We had one evening meal at the hotel, it was from a very limited menu and was disappointing. Would have been 5/5 if it was not for the food.
Located in a side street so could be difficult to access for those less mobile. The hotel is (I was lead to believe), an old monastery so rooms are small but well appointed. Very clean. Food was very good. The only downside was the noise from the street.
TRH hotel is situated in the centre of Baeza, excellent location. It is however difficult to get at by car due to one way streets. It provides garage parking which is pretty difficult also to enter and exit. Also expensive at €14 per night. There is however no long term street parking nearby. As well as the historical attractions in Baeza, there are some really excellent bar/cafes nearby in Paseo de la Constitucion. They have excellent food and a terrific selection of wines. Note: temperature can differ quiet a lot from costas, much warmer in summer and colder in winter.
Good Hotel in centre of town. Plenty for breakfast buffet style. Did not have eve meal as restaurant not open until 8pm, but seemed good prices. Rooms very clean and spacious. Very ancient hotel but with all mod cons. Only stayed one night as on tour.
This hotel would be a solid 4 stars if the wifi were better and if our room had not been over the dining room dumb waiter which made noise until wee hours of the night. Wifi service was very weak everywhere. Otherwise, the room (#109) was generous, with one luggage rack, closet with real hangers, fridge, desk, and stool. The shower was excellent. Bathroom amenities included very large towels, 2 small bars of soap, no shampoo, tissues, shoe cleaner, and vanity mirror. The bathroom door shut by itself. Breakfast was very large with coffee/tea, fruits, eggs, breads and rolls, hams and sausages which you could cut yourself, juices, tomatoes, etc. Parking under the garage was an extra 11 euros. The hotel is in a great location for exploring Baeza and there are many, many restaurants/bars in the area. Except for the dumb waiter noise, the room was quiet. The receptionists were helpful. We did not eat in the restaurant except for breakfast.
In the 16th century this venue was a Carmelite convent, built in a rectangular shape around the original cloister. The hotel is situated just off the main square full of restaurants and bars. Whilst we were there it was the celebration of Tapas, where most of the local bars/restaurants had specials - excellent which included the hotel.
We visited this hotel on a coach tour of Andalucia and I really liked the hotel and Baeza itself. A converted convent, the hotel is built around a central courtyard so some of the rooms look into the courtyard and some onto surrounding streets. We had a room that had views over the picturesque tiled rooftops. The rooms were the typical hotel layout and well appointed. The reception staff, waiters etc. were all extremely helpful and friendly, much more so than some of the hotels we visited in larger cities. We had one evening meal in the hotel with other members of our group - in a large room overlooking the courtyard. I imagine in summer the courtyard is used as an outdoor dining area. For a limited choice set meal the menu was pretty good and I thoroughly enjoyed it, and the wine. The breakfast room was rather crowded in the morning with our coachload and other guests and some of the buffet was difficult to access. I really enjoyed Baeza and would like to have spent longer there.
An excellent hotel right in the centre of Baeza. Good bar & restaurant facilities. Baeza itself has plenty to see and even a small train for a sightseeing trip around the narrow streets 4€ each. Plenty of Tapas bars & shops to look at. If booking Hotel you must ask for a room at the back overlooking the courtyard - from 3am until about 6am there is a huge footflow of individuals returning from 'somewhere'! (University locals?) Shouting; laughing etc etc - it is so unfortunate that this spoils everyone's night sleep & perhaps will eventually destroy the tourist trade, certainly at this Hotel. If it is University students then I would suggest that a Forum took place within the University to explain what is happening. Unless I could be assured of a room at the back (albeit smaller rooms), I would not return here - and yet a shame for a lovely hotel with welcoming staff.
The hotel is situated in the centre of Baeza (be aware of narrow streets and locating the hotel without satnav). The staff in the hotel are very polite & professional. The rooms are of an excellent standard and the beds & pillows soooooo comfy for us northern europeans! We had booked half board and although no drinks were included the standard of food was overall very good. House wine & a 1.5l of water well priced at 8.5e for both, in a 4* hotel thats good value. Incidentally if you take the menu del noche without booking there is a drink included and the 3 course price is 15e, you will not be able to eat out in Baeza for a 3 course meal of this standard. Breakfast was continental style but with bacon & mini sausages but suficient choice for anybody. To summarise, an excellent hotel, service & very good standard of food. Oh for those interested 76.50e for 1 night half board! :-)
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Concierge services
- Laundry facilities
TRH Ciudad de Baeza places you next to Baeza Town Hall and Torre de los Aliatares. This 84-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and concierge services. Centrally located in Baeza, the hotel is also a short walk from Convento de San Francisco and Church of Santa Cruz.
Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at Senorio de Baeza, the hotel's onsite restaurant. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service. Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM.
All of TRH Ciudad de Baeza's 84 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, safes, and phones. Guests can expect free WiFi and 19-inch LED TVs with digital channels. Bathrooms have hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets. Desks are also available.
TRH Ciudad de Baeza features free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and a computer station. Self parking is offered for EUR 13 per night. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include express check-out, free newspapers, and a terrace.
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70% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 369 reviews