Short description of TRH Ciudad de Baeza
Originally a 16th century convent for The Nuns of the Carmelitas order, 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. El Palacio de Jabalquinto was built in this period. A decorative facade contains an attractive inner courtyard with baroque style marble columns and intricately decorated stairways.
Rooms at TRH Baeza surround the cloister of the former convent, quiet, peaceful spaces with elegant decoration and modern facilities. At Señorío de Baeza restaurant, enjoy international cuisine infused with the traditional ingredients of Jaen. Gluten-free menus are available on prior request. The hotel also offers a cafeteria and meeting rooms.
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