If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Jaen, look no further than Hotel Europa.
Nearby landmarks such as Fuente de los Canos (0.2 km) and Church of San Ildefonso (0.3 km) make Hotel Europa a great place to stay when visiting Jaen.
Rooms at Hotel Europa offer air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk, a sun terrace, and express check-in and check-out are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. Breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Hotel Europa, there is paid public parking available on-site.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Dixtinto, Panaceite, and Baga, which are some Spanish restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular monuments and statues, such as Arco de San Lorenzo, Torreon de los Condes de Torralba, and Palacio de los Vilches.
The staff at Hotel Europa looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Everything is average here, but it is good value. I paid 58 euros incl breakfast. can't really argue with that when they are fighting to survive like most other businesses. My room was quiet, the a/c worked well and also the shower. Parking is offsite at 16 for the day. Walk to centre is 7 minutes. Nice bar/restaurant opposite..
Positives • Close to the centre of town • A modern look to the hotel • A reasonable amount of space on the entrance floor with 2 computers and relaxed seating. • I had a comfortable double bed and desk to work at. • There plenty of lights in the room. • The windows were double glazed and cut out most of the noise from the street. • Room was clean, bedding was clean and towels were clean. • Friendly and helpful staff on reception – but with limited English. Negatives • Sound insulation between the rooms is poor – I could hear the conversations of the couple next door very clearly. • The room doors have to be slammed when leaving in order to get them to close & lock. This is noisy for early check-outs. • The breakfast is strangely minimal – toast with a very limited choice of strange toppings, fruit and small glasses of cheese, tomatoes, etc. One of the poorest breakfasts I have been offered. A friendly woman offers one cup of coffee. • I only got the internet to work once in my room – the signal was just too weak. Any competent management would test for this and install boosters – they are about $40 on Amazon. • The people in the room next to me liked to have a cigarette in their room at 07:00 and the fumes came into my room in seconds. Shows how poorly constructed the walls are. I wouldn’t choose to breathe someone’s second hand smoke – it is proven to cause lung cancer. • A taxi ride from the train station (5 Euros with tip) but more convenient for the bus station: about 7 minutes walk away. • By USA standards the room was small and the bathroom was very small. There was very little storage space. Conclusion I picked the Hotel Europa because it was the best hotel I could find in or near Jaen. On staying there I didn’t think it was a very good hotel. On seeing it on my first night I didn’t want to stay but the lack of choice in town kept me there. The photographs flatter the hotel and make it look modern and themed. It is already getting worn. The real problem is lack of competition in Jaen which enables the hotels in town to get away with poor quality. The Parador is closed for refurbishment at the moment – but you require a car to stay there – it is a 35 minute walk up a very steep hill from town. Regrettably, for me the choice of hotels is so poor if I were doing this trip over I would stay somewhere else and come to Jaen as a day trip.…
I stayed here for 5 nights whilst on business in Jaén. Though it's close to the bus station it's all up hill from there but walkable although some may struggle with large luggage. The cathedral is not too far. Check in was quick and easy having pre booked via Booking.com where I got a discounted rate (cheaper than booking direct on this occasion). I had a room on the top floor in the attic space with a small balcony. It was roomy enough, clean, quiet and functional but lacked a fridge or kettle and laundry service but I was told there's a laundrette not too far as well as a supermarket. The air conditioner was excellent. The bathroom was a large effective walk in type. After an initial problem with the wifi this was rectified by logging into a different network within the hotel and was very good. Unfortunately breakfast was very poor with little choice (apart from half a dozen different olive oils and salts!!). Each morning I had to specifically ask for milk for cereals as it's not laid out and I'm sure the Spaniards don't eat their cornflakes dry (or with olive oil :-) ) The service is understaffed with just one person to replenish, serve and clear up. I normally look forward to breakfast but not here. Across the road there's a very good restaurant with a nice and varied choice as well as an English menu. The location for me was not convenient and breakfast sub standard so probably wouldn't stay here again.…
The hotel has mid-high price, around 100€ / day in a double bed. Depends on the room you will have 1 bed of 1,35 or 2 bed of 1,10 ... from my point of view the rooms with 2 beds are better and bigger, and the price is the same. The location is the best of the hotel, by walk is in about 5 min, very close to the sight and bars. I invite you to go out to take the breakfast, Jaen in very cheap and you can go to a terrace with a good weather to enjoy with a 'tostada de tomate con jamón' and a coffee ( 3 - 4€). Very close to the hotel you can find a place called 'El botijo', calle virgen de la capilla, totally recommended for the breakfast.
The location is fine, near the centre. Rooms are clean and quiet. The top floor room we were in had a terrace, although it was an attic room so it was a bit claustrophobic. The breakfast was OK, not much of a selection. No pool or anything like that. I couldnt change the TV audio into english, since the menus were locked, even though everything is broadcast with dual audio in spain. This hotel must have been very nice when it was new, but it really needs a bit of attention. The carpets are worn and the walls are scuffed. There's nothing wrong with it, but the whole place seems a bit worn out. I dont think I'd stay here again.