Parador de Úbeda - 16th-century Renaissance palace (4*)
The Parador de Ubeda is housed in a 16th century palace in the centre of the town’s old quarter. Originally built as a palace for Dean Ortego de Malaga, it stands in a magnificent square alongside two 16th and 18th century churches, the Palacio Vazquez de Molina and the Palacio de El Marques. The Parador’s architecture is similar to the Italian renaissance style and the interior décor strives to maintain this classic style with touches such as the elegant tiled flooring, stone staircases and fireplaces
Behind the beautiful façade of the hotel is a majestic interior courtyard, one of the Parador’s most cherished features. This courtyard provides a central space, from which many of the guest rooms can be accessed. Guest rooms are spacious with plenty of natural light, tiled flooring, and décor that complements the Parador’s traditional architecture.