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Canónigo Melgares Raya, s/n, 23440 Baeza – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.2/10! (score from 357 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Hotel Puerta de la Luna.
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Outdoor Pool, Grounds, Terrace
Hiking, Game Room, Library
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Snack Bar
Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is not possible) and costs EUR 16.20 per day.
Room Service, Car Rental, 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Babysitting/Child Services, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop, VIP Room Facilities, Honeymoon Suite
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Soundproof Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
French, Spanish, English
From 4:00 PM
7:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! One child under 12 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! Up to two children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
Up to two older children or adults are charged EUR 43.20 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 2.
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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Based on 357 reviews
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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 374 reviews Very good
The hotel is housed in a Renaissance-Gothic building from the 16th century, and is one of the town´s most important and emblematic buildings, that was originally the Count and Countess' (Salcedos´)...
Score from 174 reviews Very good
Hostal Aznaitin is in Baeza’s historic quarter, a 2 minute walk from its cathedral. It features an outdoor swimming pool and stylish rooms with private bathrooms, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs.
Score from 560 reviews Wonderful
Free Wi-Fi, a seasonal outdoor pool and rooms with a private balcony are offered at this elegant hotel.
Score from 664 reviews Very good
Historical building in excellent location
If you care about your car DO NOT STAY IN THIS HOTEL. Car park is tiny with too many spaces for the size. Spaces free for all so large cars can get trapped. use the public car park nearby. Stuff to ruin a holiday and no apology from management.
The room and it's facilities Paco's bar The pool area picturesque High quality common areas too Next to beautiful cathedral and delightful conservation area
Wi-fi cranky only worked well in reception area Great location but access and car parking tricky. Satnav takes us up the wrong road best to approach from rear, steep ramp, once there v secure! Breakfast did not justify cost
The staff The pool The restaurant And location
Large rooms, décor, beautiful location and buildings.
Breakfast was good but very expensive.
Reception attedance (medium age guy)was a little bit poor. Not the best manners you would expect un such a nice place.
Easy to find the hotel as is signposted at most junctions. Roads maybe narrow but by no means a nightmare. Stopped right outside hotel to unload then other half went to park car in nearby street (free). The old town is on your door step, with more restaurants a 5min walk. Pool area clean & attractive just like the picture flanked by orange trees & wicker-like furniture. Paid for Superior room with patio but ended up with superior double overlooking pool area - which was beautiful. Good working AC. Ate on patio area in evening which was 10/10 for atmosphere. Food ok but shame about waiter who in trying to be efficient, was just abrupt. He was unable to help us with ANY items on the menu despite his English being ok. Baeza is lovely calm, picturesque town/village and we just wanted to stay longer & chill...
Downside is that wifi kept dropping out: particularly annoying if you are trying to plan stuff. So best spend 30mins in the reception area where the wifi is fine. There was a young family staying and this is not really a family hotel: there's nothing much for kids to do in this oasis of calm.
Location in centre of Baeza, wonderful swimmingpool and terrace garden. Rooms are spacious and beds comfortable. Great restaurant and bar (not cheap though).
Wifi only in hallway and lounge (you would expect better in a hotel like this). Extra bed in double room very expensive (€ 40,-).
Central location in an elegant building in a beautiful city. Excellent breakfast buffet. We did not try the restaurant but the bar serves great tapas.
We reserved at the last minute and could not get à parking space, but parked for free just a couple of streets away. Air conditioning noisy and not very efficient in our room, but better in the triple room we reserved for our children. Internet connection poor, but seems to be a common problem. Room on second floor with just roof lights not full windows. Not a problem for just one night but would have been uncomfortable if staying longer.
Setting, pool, dinner on the patio by the pool. A very atmospheric hotel
Access is difficult but worth the effort!
Room Pool Location Service
Beautiful location, amazing restaurant on site
Hard to find
A beautiful boutique hotel in a marvelous town: Baeza. We were literally next door to the Cathedral. The 21:20 bell ringing was an amazing experience from our bedroom window. Our room was a lovely, very spacious suite with a huge marble bathroom with separate bathtub and shower. It overlooked the terrace and pool. Parking is available and relatively accessible by European standards. The town has amazing 16th century architecture wide walking street - a very welcome surprise with very little hype or tourists - great to just walk and discover We also visited the neighboring town of Ubeda. Our only regret was we couldn't spend more time in both places -stay at least two days. Wish we had known more about the hotel and town before we booked - a "must see" - like Alhambra. The hotel and towns were one of the highlights of our two weeks in Spain. UNESCO sites. Stay at the hotel and see the region!
My only gripe was that my laptop couldn't hook into their WiFi network. According to my tech support guy, this is a combination of my older laptop and cheap hotel wireless routers. I had the same problem at our rental villa, but not at other hotels. In fairness, others at our rental villa had no problem, so it was a combination issue: older laptop - cheap router.
Central location, lovely restaurant, we ate outside, very helpful reception man for advising us on things in the area. Comfortable bed and good bathroom facilities.
No complimentary drinking water, a hotel of this standard should not charge 1.50 euros for a tiny bottle of water.
We loved the location of this Hotel. By the Monastery and close to the wonderful view over the valley and river. The room was really large with 2 armchairs as well and overlooked the pool and terrace area. Comfortable bed and pillows. Dinner by the pool was excellent with lovely wait staff. Would stay again of course.
Ambiance of the hotel, interior decoration.
location walking distance to old town
pool dirty bathroom tired in places ,
Very comfortable fabulous room hotel had many original features and right in centre of the historic area. The tapas bar was really great too. Staff very helpful.
No complaints at all, but driving and gaining access to garage bit scary streets so narrow, my partner drove, I definitely couldn't have done it. Might be good if hotel could offer if needed
I love this beautiful town , but the horrible smell in the air everywhere (may be fertilizer) is disgusting
/great location in the old town, quiet peaceful, lovely historic building, reception staff excellent, lovely rooms.
Dinner in restaurant was very poor, we were very disappointed; lazy cooking, expected much more. Do not recommend that you eat in the hotel.
Beautiful renovated buildings form this boutique hotel in the heart of the old town. Very comfortable bed in a decent size room. Good, powerful shower but the bathroom layout could have been better. The courtyard is very pretty, with loungers and chairs around the pool and in the shade. One of the staff, Luis was a superstar. He was incredibly helpful and when we left got our car out of the car park in seconds, where it would have taken me forever!
Paying €15 a night for parking in a tiny underground area that was very difficult to access. The municipal car park was far easier - and cheaper - to use.
Great location. Nice place.
We thought the restaurant was not so cosy and the food not so fine compared to the hotel standard
Privileged location on the old city. Very comfortable hotel, excellent service, very good value for money.
No working internet connection.
No air conditioning. Bad experience! We expected more for this hotel. We request a bargain for this but was denied.
We loved the beautiful historic building, with its elegant decor, quality furnishings and linens, and wonderful location. A delight to stay here. Staff were first class. The intimate restaurant served delicious and local foods, beautifully cooked and served. I loved everything about the hotel and highly recommend it to those who like interesting small hotels in delightful settings. We stayed low season (in a sunny March) and could therefore spend a little more on a suite, which I'd encourage others to do. Room 111 looked onto the courtyard, had a separate lounge with a comfy smart sofa, armchair and desk, and the large bathroom had a whirlpool bath. The bedroom was very pretty, spacious, with a comfy kingsize bed. Shuttered windows and cream curtains added to the style. A real treat to stay here. We lingered over drinks in the pretty shared lounge downstairs too. We really enjoyed the generous breakfast - masses of choice, and excellent coffees - and were sad to leave.
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