As, alas, it's usual with Spanish hotels the absense of a tea/coffee maker in the room does not allow for the all-tens mark. Also the parking can be an issue: it you're not really lucky to snatch one of 12 parking spaces on the street in front of the hotel you'll have to use a free public surface parking along Calle Redonda de Miradores and then walk 400 to 500 meters back to the hotel. Make a short stop at the hotel to drop your luggage, then your walk from the parking will become a pleasant stroll through the central square - the thing you'll have to undertake anyway.
This is a small 6-room hotel in the historical center of Ubeda. The hotel has an elevator. A señorita who runs the property provides a map of the town with all necessary recommendations. She also serves breakfast 9 to 11 am: a huge toast with tomatoes, cheese and jamon, a muffin, a selection of jams, and refills of coffee. The hotel has a small sitting room with a library where you can find an intimidating volume of "Historia de Ubeda". WiFi is reliable and fast but do not forget to ask for a password.