In the aristocratic and monumental city of Úbeda, in its most Renaissance plaza and next to some of its most beautiful buildings stands the Parador, on an old palace built in the 16th century and renovated in the following century, which belonged to the dean of the sacred Chapel of El Salvador.

The Hotel's facade hides a beautiful inner courtyard double gallery with glass top. Its cosy and comfortable, rooms stand out for the height of their ceilings. Stand out the six facing the square and the suite, located on the opposite corner, from which you can see a wide panoramic view of the Plaza Vázquez de Molina. Details and Andalusian dishes seasoned the dining room.