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Plaza de Lopez Almagro,3, 23400 Úbeda, Spain – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.6/10! (score from 208 reviews)
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Food & Drink
Breakfast in the Room
Private parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not possible) and charges apply.
Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Private Check-in/Check-out, Shared Lounge/TV Area, Ironing Service, Fax/Photocopying, Honeymoon Suite
Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
French, Spanish, English
1:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 25 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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El Hotel Campos de Baeza has a summer rooftop pool with spectacular views of the Guadalquivir Valley and Baeza Cathedral. The town's historic center is a 10-minute walk away.
Score from 586 reviews Very good
Free Wi-Fi, a seasonal outdoor pool and rooms with a private balcony are offered at this elegant hotel.
Score from 733 reviews Very good
Originally a 16th century convent for The Nuns of the Carmelitas order, this hotel rests in the historic quarter of Baeza, a dreamlike place where time seems to stand still.
Score from 446 reviews Very good
Featuring a shared swimming pool and terrace, Hotel Las Casa del Consul is located in Ubeda. This hotel offers an on-site restaurant and free WiFi in all areas.
Score from 83 reviews Excellent
hospitable welcome, good location, quiet
rather poor breakfast
The decor of the room was charming without being fussy. Nice, clean bathroom. I appreciated the little touches such as the story behind the room's name.
The main floor looked a bit worn. Definitely not a "boutique" hotel in the big city sense.
Everything about this hotel was tremendous! Great rooms. Wonderful and gracious staff. Helped us to book train reservations (seeming mission impossible for the non-Spaniard). Great breakfast. Fantastic location. Highly recommended.
That we couldn't stay longer.
Could not fault large top-floor room, location or extremely friendly helpful owner.
A croissant for breakfast would have been an added bonus!
Everything from the building conversion and facilities to the owners for whom nothing was too much trouble. And the hotel could not be more centrally located but still manages to escape the bustle and noise
Friendliness of the owners Good location Clean Quiet
Parking is problematic
Family run - very helpful
Very difficult to find
Lovely old building, easy parking nearby,staff extremely helpful. Nice breakfast available. Excellent location.thoroughly recommended. Good price
Very well situated hotel for all the main sights in Ubeda. We had spacious and tasteful rooms with all mod cons, and a very pleasant and good value breakfast. Run by a charming couple who gave good advice as to what to see and where to eat and drink - including one of the best tapas bars I have been to in Spain. The husband gave us a very interesting tour of the town hall (a former convent) before we left.
Very friendly, knowledgeable and helpful owners who went out of their way to take us inside sites in the City we would not have been able to gain access to without them. Good rooms in a lovely old building in a great location. Recommended
The husband and wife team who run this small boutique hotel could not have been more helpful and friendly. They even took us on a private tour of the local government offices. Very well located for restaurants and bars and local sight-seeing in this World Heritage site.
Two weeks before we arrived the local town hall changed the road layouts which meant in was very difficult to get to the hotel in a car even when we knew where it was. Personally would have preferred a shower to the corner bath.
Location. Friendly welcome by owners. Lovely Spanish ambience.
Difficulty getting there owing to roadworks.
I highly recommend this hotel. Our room (a standard double on the top floor) was very comfortable: an enormous, firm bed; a comfortable sofa; a smallish but adequate bathroom; and a fridge. We slept very well all 3 nights of our stay—and took an uninterrupted siesta or two as well. (We followed others’ advice and asked for a room on the top floor and we’re glad we did, because the walls are quite thin, and we needed ear-plugs to block out conversations in the next room; that worked just fine, but if we’d had people walking across floors above us as well it might have been less pleasant.) Wifi was excellent. Veronija (sp?) was terrific. She’s very warm, friendly, and welcoming. She also sent us to two terrific restaurants. Taperia Antique was an excellent Spanish/Asian fusion place. It was really good, but Zeitum was simply off the charts. The chef serves upmarket, creative, Manhattan-quality meals, but at less than half the price you’d pay for this level of dining in New York. (The salmorejo was better than anything we had in Cordoba, which is identified with that dish; the goose-liver mousse coated in black truffles and topped with chocolate shavings—to die for! Try the cabrito, too.) We ate there twice, and found it truly extraordinary. Breakfast at the hotel looked OK, but possibly not worth 5€ apiece, so we had coffee and pastries at a pastateria in a small square behind the Ayutamiento, which was perfect for us. You can pay for off-site parking from the hotel, but we easily found it on the streets nearby—if you get lucky you can even park right across from the hotel (we just missed a space one day). Ubeda is a tranquil, pleasant town (much more interesting and prettier, we thought, than Baeza). Be sure to visit the recently excavated synagoga, which is breathtaking, but be prepared for a Spanish-only tour. There’s enough Renaissance architecture in town to keep you occupied for a couple of days.
The only real downside (a minor one) is that the hotel is a bit hard to find. Prepare to park as close as you can to the center of the old town, then find the hotel on foot before you retrieve your bags. Once you find it the first time, it’s easy to get around—the hotel is as close to the beautiful central square and the cathedral as you could ask for, unless you spring for the Parador, which looked a bit stuffy to us.
The owners are really friendly and helpful; gave us recommendations for restaurants and sightseeing. On our last day, Pedro took us to the Ayuntamiento to show us round and we saw the amazing city archives.
Open plan bathroom (loo is enclosed)
Ideally located. Bedroom just as promised in photos. Owners charming and helpful
Access by car difficult because of tiny streets (not the hotels fault)
Great location. The owner helped me find the car parking location. Very friendly staff.
Small boutique guest house in a beautifully renovated house in the old part of the town.The room was extremely comfortable and well appointed. Welcomed warmly by our host who spoke some English and French .
Difficult to find due to one way streets and road works. However we parked 5 mins walk away which was no problem.
Great staff, beautiful place and amazing location!
The staff. Everyone was so helpful and charming, including printing our boarding passes for us, way beyond expectations. The room was lovely and the bed extremely comfortable.
The walls are quite thin between rooms and we had some very noisy guests in the next room. We banged on the wall at midnight and they quietened. If the hotel is not full it might be worth asking for a room away from others.
We chose this town as a stopping point between our drive from Marbella back to Madrid. The owners are very nice and the hotel is right in the old town, the rooms are good and the place is clean
Very hard to get to by car, and the breakfast was a little poor, good thing it was only 5 euros.
Location, location.... plus the kindness of the owners who were so helpfull in planning our visits in this beautiful city Ubeda
Beautiful hotel very tastefully decorated throughout. The owners are lovely people, very helpful at all times and good fun.
Very friendly family run hotel, great location.
Friendly welcome from a very helpful family, particularly with car parking and retrieval. Excellent quiet position once we found it. Comfortable individually furnished room.
There could have been more choice at breakfast.
Very friendly and helpful staff & owner. Excellent location & very comfortable
Breakfast could be more interesting
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