The hotel is modern, very clean, and has very helpful staff. It is walking distance to the town, and gives easy access to main roads to explore the surrounding areas. The rooms are spacious and comfortable. The breakfast was a buffet style, which could become easily crowded due to it's corner location. The decor in the hotel is well thought out, and makes arrival very pleasant. Now for the negative side. The hotel would have a fantastic view if it were not for the large olive oil factory sitting in the bottom of the valley, belching out thick smog. On our last day at Baeza, we walked into the town to buy some gifts. The 'smog' covered the centre, and smelled strongly of burnt oil. This is part of life in Baeza as it is what it is famous for. If you can get over that, then I would recommend this hotel and the beautiful towns of Baeza, Ubeda, and Cazorla.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel showcases an impressive façade built in renaissance style with traces of local architecture. Inside, guests will find equilibrium, tranquillity and exquisite design. It has 50 rooms in total, spread across 7 floors. It is air-conditioned and has a lobby, 24-hour reception, hotel safe, lift access, a café, restaurant, conference facilities, Internet and WLAN access, as well as room and laundry services. Parking in the form of a car park. ... more less
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