The Towns of Andalusia

Hotels in The Towns of Andalusia

At first glance, Las Casas del Rey de Baeza might seem like just
another Andalusian residence (whitewashed façade, Moorish courtyards),
but inside, everything is cool sophistication. Leather armchairs and
birds in antique cages fill the inviting public areas; the 41

Iznájar is the quintessential pueblo blanco, a whitewashed village rising from the hills of Andalusia. Two Belgian expats recently opened the five-room Casa Rural el Olivar, a former farm on the town’s outskirts.

Situated on a whitewashed street in Córdoba, the eighth-century seat of the Moorish caliphate, the hotel is a 15-minute walk from the famous Mezquita, or mosque, and has also become an attraction in its own right.

Built in 1929 to host the Spanish king’s crowned cohorts, Seville’s Hotel Alfonso XIII has never abdicated its role as the city’s premier address for discerning visitors.