Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Baeza does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Puerta de la Luna, a nice option for travellers like you.
While staying at Hotel Puerta de la Luna, visitors can check out IES Santisima Trinidad (0.2 km) and Casa del Populo (0.2 km), some of Baeza's top attractions.
Guest rooms offer a minibar and air conditioning, and Hotel Puerta de la Luna makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and a restaurant during their visit. As an added convenience, there is paid private parking available on-site.
While in Baeza, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hotel Puerta de la Luna, including Taberna El Pajaro (0.3 km), Juanito (1.4 km), and Palacio De Gallego (0.0 km).
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Baeza Old Town (1.1 km), Palacio de Jabalquinto (0.2 km), and Cathedral de Baeza (0.1 km), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Hotel Puerta de la Luna looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Baeza.
The hotel is in the heart of Baeza's city centre and it was open during Covid times, which is a commendable effort. Our room was fine but needed some work. The bathroom especially. Nothing tragic, just rather tired.
We stumbled on this town and hotel. Lovely buildings around a pool, Historic location with lots to see. Concierge kept a warm fire going in the fireplace. Dinner in the hotel's restaurant was delicious but we were by ourselves. Buildings were clean but a few indications of it being tired. Towels had holes in them, but clean. Showers were beautiful but water wasn't hot. We walked in without a reservation and asked for a room with a view. We were told there weren't any available but the hotel was rather empty. We also later learned that a room was 20 Euros cheaper if we booked it through on-line sources.
In one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been Spain this very affordable hotel gives you a 5* feeling. Incredible suite for 85€ per night, absolutely great dining nearby at the Palacio de Gallego and beautiful vistas everywhere you go in this city made this my #1 spot to come back to soon. Oh yeah, I drive a Volvo V90 and had NO trouble reaching the hotel. Parking at 0€ 300 meters away was easy and comfortable.
We had two excellent nights at La Puerta. I must have stayed there now about 10 times. We had only one dinner on this trip, but it was superb and excellent value at under 50 euros for two; three courses with a glass of wine. I shall be back and soon.
Not easy to find by car. Narrow streets to say the least. Our route finder was correct although we got lost. We would have been better off parking near the town centre and walking the route first. Definitely best for a small car unless you approach the hotel following the road just inside the city walls and walk the last 60 or so metres.. The street signs/directions to the hotel are not the greatest in the world. The one at the junction of Calle Sta. Catalina and Calle Canónigo Melgares Raya, where the hotel is, was easy to miss coming from the town centre. The front door when viewed from this junction hardly denotes a hotel. We had not pre-booked the car park but we found an excellent local policeman who showed us where we could park in Calle San Pedro. We left the car there for the duration. FIRST TIME VISITORS WOULD BE WELL ADVISED COLLECTING A COPY OF THE PLANO DE BAEZA [combined with the same for Ubeda] FROM A LOCAL TOURIST AGENCY AND WALKING THE TOWN BEFORE HEADING INTO THE MAZE THAT IS THE HISTORIC TOWN. We found this hotel charming. Once inside the front door, the building opens up into a former palace house of the XVI century with newer extensions. We had a room at the back of the hotel. Perfect for our needs of somewhere to park our heads at night and we were not disturbed by the very crowded poolside event that we found one night when we returned. Bell ringing tolerance is a necessity to stay here. The three “receptionists” that we met during our stay were all welcoming, efficient and free with advice when we asked for it. The breakfast buffet was extensive with a good variety all run by a lovely lady during our stay. We would repeat out stay if we go back to Baeza.…