Behind the façade is a very beautiful inner courtyard, with a double gallery.
In the aristocratic, monumental city of Úbeda, in its purest Renaissance plaza and next to some of its most beautiful buildings, the Parador occupies a palace, built in the 16th century and remodelled in the 17th, which once belonged to the Dean of the Holy Chapel of the Saviour.
Behind the façade is a very beautiful inner courtyard, with a double gallery, the upper tier of which is glazed.
The comfortable and welcoming rooms are remarkable for the height of their ceilings. Particularly outstanding are the six looking onto the plaza, and the suite on the opposite corner, with panoramic views of the Plaza de Vázquez de Molina.
Andalusian details and ceramics decorate the dining room.
- Canal plus
- Double Rooms (double beds): 13
- Places: 72
- Rooms with Lounge Area: 1
- Safety Deposit Box
- Twin Rooms: 22
- Air conditioning
- Satellite Dish
- Wireless internet access (free)