Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Ubeda does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Parador de Ubeda, a nice option for travellers like you.
Close to some of Ubeda's most popular landmarks, such as Santa Maria de los Reales Alcazares (0.2 km) and Iglesia de San Pablo (0.2 km), Parador de Ubeda is a great destination for tourists.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Parador de Ubeda offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. Guests of Parador de Ubeda are also welcome to enjoy a restaurant, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Italian restaurants, including Venecia Street, Don Angelo, and Restaurante y Pizzería Carlos, all of which are a short distance from Parador de Ubeda.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular history museums such as Archaeological Museum of Ubeda.
Parador de Ubeda looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Ubeda.
Lovely historic building, very conveniently located for exploring the history of the town. Free parking nearby, easy to get from the car to the hotel. Good breakfast, clean and comfortable rooms. Well thought out and interesting information describing the history of the building and the town on display throughout.
The Parador is located in a beautifully renovated palace in Ubeda. Prime location downtown, with easy access to all sightseeing. Very pleasant team, very helpful. Breakfast limited due to Covid19 restrictions, still just average for a hotel of this class. Junior Suite 134 is truly spectacular, with acess to a beautiful patio. We'll stay there again next time in Ubeda.
We have visited Ubeda several times, but this was our second stay at the beautiful Parador Condestable Davalos, a converted 16th c. mansion located in the renaissance heart of the town. All of the major historical sights are in easy walking distance, as is the potters' quarter and the more modern shopping streets around Plaza de Andalucia. Those arriving by car should note that they are only allowed to enter the Plaza de Vazquez Molina to drop-off/pick-up passengers and luggage only, but not to park. Fortunately, free parking is usually available in the nearby Redonda de Miradores, about 5/10 mins. walk from the Parador. Guests with mobility issues should note that access to the building is via a flight of stairs and it may be wise to request a room on the ground-floor (off the central covered patio) as there is no lift to the upper-floors. Given that this is a converted historical mansion, rooms are not a standard size or shape so it's something of a lottery, but we were very pleased with our room (better than our first visit!) which consisted of a small seating area with ample storage space for luggage and clothes with a large and well-equipped bathroom leading off, and a few steps leading up to a separate large bedroom. Facilities included a TV, good air-conditioning, a mini-bar (but only 1 beer and no spirits or wine!) and free Wi-Fi. Decor was tasteful and traditional, in keeping with the building. The Parador facilities include an atmospheric indoor bar with small exterior courtyard, although the latter was too hot to enjoy until night-time. I have reviewed the excellent restaurant separately. Sadly, those expecting a swimming pool or gardens will be disappointed, but the building and it's setting don't allow for these. In summary, we have stayed at other good Hotels in Ubeda, but this is undoubtedly the best if the budget allows.…
Wow! 16th Century Palce located in a delightful square. The building is an amazing piece of Resaissance architecrure. This stunning architecture continues inside with a beautiful central courtyard with a glased roof. However the soft furnishing are far from lavish and are more cosy and comfortable but this works. Very relaxing. Quite romantic. High ceilings. The superior rooms have four poster beds- first time I have seen a single four poster ! Only around 40 bedrooms so it is quite an intimate experience staying here. Bedrooms are a good size. Ensuite bathrooms little dated but have everything you will need. The dining room has a wooden beamed ceiling and offers tradition fayre. The red peppers stuffed with partridge were beautiful efficent and friendly staff. A great place to stay when exploring Ùbeda and nearby Baeza. Parking available. …
We'd had to postpone our stay here in May because of Lockdown. However our disappointment turned to delight when we eventually arrived. It is a lovely historic building, tastefully renovated in true local style. The room was comfortable and the temperature good in the summer heat. The restaurant was the real surprise. Really good food and large portions for dinner. The Morcilla starter was to die for...a completely new way of serving it ( in our experience anyway)as it was served a bit like pulled pork. Safeguards for Covid had been taken meticulously, including individual tongs at your breakfast table, to help you select your choice from the buffet table. There was a choice of some cooked food for breakfast but it was limited. My husband asked for churros and although they were good there was no chocolate to dip them in and no sugar either. There were countless cakes and breads for breakfast and sadly after two days, I thought it a bit "samey" and uninspired. If breakfast had been better it would have been a five star review though. Úbeda itself is small and easy to explore by foot. A really interesting place for those who like history, especially Renaissance architecture. Baeza nearby us smaller still but we'll worth a visit. A two day stay is ample to explore both.…