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TRH CIUDAD DE BAEZA 4 Stars

  C/ Concepción, 3. 23440

This is a nice and comfortable hotel in a beautiful city where a peaceful stay is guaranteed.05/04MP Read more

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FUENTENUEVA 3 Stars

  Carmen, 15

A different Hotel framed within the Andalusian Renaissance, modern but nevertheless in harmony with the surroundings. At the Fuentenueva Hotel everything is ready for your leisure, be it reading a... Read more

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CAMPOS DE BAEZA 4 Stars

  C/ Puerta de Córdoba, 57

Located in Baeza, a World Heritage Site, a fusion of art, culture and tradition in its fullest expression. The hotel's privileged location allows visitors alike enjoy the beauty of the landscape and... Read more

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CIUDAD DEL RENACIMIENTO 3 Stars

  CRTA IBROS S/N, BAEZA

Located in the world heritage site of Baeze in deep Andalusia, this elegant hotel perfectly blends the Renaissance style with modern design and comforts.Housed in an impressive property resembling... Read more

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PALACIO DE LOS SALCEDO 4 Stars

  18, SAN PABLO (50km to Jean), 23440 Jean - Spain

This hotel dates back to the 16th century and is one of the most famous buildings in the city. The hotel offers comfortable facilities with 30 rooms (including 5 suites) and the latest technology. Read more

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PUERTA DE LA LUNA 4 Stars

  CANONIGO MELGARES RAYA, 7

Opened in 2003, this hotel includes a total of 56 rooms, of which 3 are suites spread over 2 floors. The stylish building is fitted with a bar, a restaurant as well as a public Internet terminal. Read more

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FUENTENUEVA 3 Stars

  ARCA DEL AGUA, S/N

As a border and trading town between Andalusia and La Mancha, Baaza prospered in the 16th century and is famed for the houses built during this era. The hotel occupies a 19th century building that... Read more

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LA CASONA DEL ARCO 3 Stars

  SACRAMENTO, 3

This charming hotel is set in the historic centre of the Baeza, in northern Andalusia, surrounded by monuments and just 100 metres from the commercial centre. The hotel offers you the use of its spa... Read more

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BAEZA MONUMENTAL 3 Stars

  CUESTA DE PRIETO, 6

Brand new hotel right in the centre of the old town close to Puerta de Ubeda in the beautiful and charming town of Baeza, nestled in the hills of the Cazorla national park. Pristine hotel finished... Read more

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HACIENDA LA LAGUNA 3 Stars

  Puente Del Obispo s/n

The hotel is a converted 17th century country estate and also house a catering school. The old Hacienda (estate) of ?La Laguna? is situated in the geographical centre of the province of Jaén, and... Read more

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AZNAITIN HOSTAL 2 Stars

  C/CABREROS,2, BAEZA

 

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ALOJAMIENTO LOS POETAS 0 Stars

  AVENIDA DE MEJICO,27, BAEZA

 

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PALACETE SANTA ANA 3 Stars

  SANTA ANA VIEJA, 9

Hotel of calm environment and relative located in a palace of the 16th century totally reformed . Each of the rooms is different what does this hotel very singular Read more

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Baeza (anc. Beatia), a town of Andalusia, southern Spain, in the province of Jaén; in the Loma de Ubeda, a mountain range between the river Guadalquiver on the South and its tributary the Guadalimar on the North. Baeza contains population of 15,000. Baeza has a station 3 miles south west on the Linares-Almeria railway and bus transportation from Granada or Málaga. Its chief buildings are those of the university (founded in 1533, and replaced by a theological seminary), the cathedral and the Franciscan monastery. The Cordova and Ubeda gates, and the arch of Baeza, are among the remains of its old fortifications, which were of great strength. In the middle ages Baeza was a flourishing Moorish city, said to contain 50,000 inhabitants; but it was sacked in 1239 by Ferdinand III of Castile, who in 1248 transferred its bishopric to Jaen.

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