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Parador de Jaén

A historical viewpoint over the capital of olive oil

Parador de Jaén

Castillo de Santa Catalina, s/n 23001 Jaén

Register number: H-JA-09901-CIUDAD

+34 953230000

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Mapa Parador de Jaén

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A historical viewpoint over the capital of olive oil
Parador de Jaén

At the top of the hill of Santa Catalina, next to the castle of the same name, stands the Parador de Jaén, crowning the city and offering visitors a spectacular view of the mountains of the Sierra Morena and Sierra Mágina.

 

A starting point and destination for discovering all the charms of the Andalusian Renaissance, the Parador de Jaén stands out for its façade of huge stone walls and impressive interior vaults. There you’ll fund a traditional look that combines sober defensive architecture with regional craftsmanship that will take you to another age.

Fachada del Parador de Jaén
Fachada lateral del Parador de Jaén con balcón de madera sobre la ciudad

The Parador de Jaén stands next to the archaeological complex on the hill of Santa Catalina, the origins of which go back to the Phoenicians and where the remains of a large 8th c. Moorish castle can be seen.

 

The castle’s strategic location has always made it important as a defensive outpost. During the Peninsular War it was used as a bulwark for Napoleon’s troops, which provoked the interest of a later French leader, Charles de Gaulle, who came to the castle in 1970 to study documentation on the war.

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Rooms

Rooms to dream about

The rooms at Paradores combine design and modern services to perfection. In each room you can enjoy the comfort and elegance of the design and furnishings, and the best views in destinations you will want to return to again and again.

 
Standard Double
Superior Double
Junior Suite
Accessible Double
Services and facilities

All the comforts you need

aire acondicionado

air conditioning

Ascensor

Elevator

conferencias y

Conferences and meetings

Bar

Gastronomic space

Minibar

Minibar with a carefully selected selection of products

Tv en habitaciones

Flat screen TV

Parking

Outdoor parking

Piscina_temporada

Seasonal swimming pool

Cargador Electrico

Electric car charging station

Restaurante

Restaurant

Servicio de habitaciones

Room service

Servicio de prensa y revistas digitales

Digital press and magazines service

Tecnología ChromeCast

ChromeCast technology

Wifi

Free Wifi

The gastronomy of the Parador

The best regional cuisine in unique spaces

Paradores offers the exclusive experience of enjoying regional, local and local cuisine in unique spaces. Our cuisine is strongly linked to the places where the 98 hotels are located, presenting the best gastronomy from the different Spanish regions. Pioneers in local cuisine, we have reinforced our commitment to local products in search of the best raw material and reaffirming our commitment to sustainability.

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Offers

Take advantage of the Paradores offers

  • Live your passion for golf with a one-night stay with breakfast and 9-hole green fee.

  • Enjoy a golf getaway with a one-night stay with breakfast and 18-hole green fee

  • Redeem your points for hotel stays

  • Offer for clients holding the official Pilgrim's accreditation who are completing the Camino de Santiago.

  • What to do?
    Explore the surroundings in Jaén

    The ancient city of Jaen stands at the foot of the Parador, surrounded by mountains and olive fields, with its impressive Renaissance cathedral, the only one in Spain that is surrounded by balconies. The best way to discover the city is lose yourself in the old quarter, where you can see the emblematic Moorish Baths, the largest conserved bathhouses in Spain.

     

    But Jaen is much more than a city. Nearby you’ll discover the Iberian heritage of the region at the hillfort or oppidum of Puente Tablas, or visit historical places such as Baeza and Úbeda, declared World Heritage Sites. If you like nature, Jaen has adventures for all tastes: relax in the peaceful setting of the Reservoir of the Quiebrajano, set off and explore the Natural Park of Sierra Mágina and its impressive views, or take a walk through the local plains amongst iuts characteristic olive fields, bathed by the river Guadalquivir. And if you want to learn more about the secrets of the olive oil making traditions in the region, the Museum of Olive Culture has a garden of varieties and a cellar of oils that date back to the 19th century.

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    Nor should you miss losing yourself in the Arab Baths, the largest and best-preserved in Europe. They are in the Villadompardo Palace and were built in the 11th century. What better way to cool down after a long day spent visiting the city?

    The province of Jaén also offers unique places such as Baeza and Úbeda. If you’re a lover of nature, you can discover the Sierra de Cazorla and la Sierra de Mágina and the distinctive olive groves.

    Halls
    Celebrate your event in our halls

    Salones del Parador de Jaén

    Sala de Convenciones

    Maximum capacity : 50
    m²: 86


    Salones del Parador de Jaén

    Salón Condestable

    Maximum capacity : 200
    m²: 272.50


    Salones del Parador de Jaén

    Salón Lonja

    Maximum capacity : 87
    m²: 129.90


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