Parador de Ubeda
The hotel is a 16th Century Renaissance Palace in the most famous square
of the aristocratic and monument-filled city of Úbeda. Standing among
some of the town?s most beautiful buildings, the hotel used to belong to
Fernando Ortega Salido, dean of the Sacred Chapel of El Salvador.
Renovated in 2007, the hotel building is characterized by its two
landscaped courtyards and offers 36 rooms. The hotel?s façade preserves
on the main door a frieze showing the coat of arms of the Fernández de
Liencres family and is a clear example of the stateliness and grandeur
of Vázquez de Molina square and of the town of Ubeda itself, one of the
most distinguished and illustrious of Andalusia. Not for nothing did the
poet Antonio Machado allude to it as the Queen and Gipsy town.
Facilities include a reception area with a 24 hour service, hotel safe,
moneychanger, lift service, restaurant, café, bar, TV lounge, and
publicly available wireless Internet access. Room and laundry services
are available as well.
Services and terms: Parador de Ubeda
Standard Room Services
- Air Conditioning
- Satellite TV
- Money Exchange
- Meetings Room
- Internet Centre
- Non-smoker Rooms
Useful information: Parador de Ubeda
Other names for Parador de Ubeda:
P N Ubeda
Location: Parador de Ubeda
The hotel is located in Plaza Vázquez de Molina, in Úbeda?s old
historical centre next to the city hall (Ayuntamiento) and the
courthouse (Juzgados). Ubeda is located 39 km from Bailén, 210 km from
Albacete, 57 km from Jaén and 309 km from Madrid.
To get to the hotel, go through the Ronda de los Miradores, on Avenida
de la Constitución (street parallel to the Academia de la Guardia Civil).