Looking for a place to stay in Ubeda? Then look no further than Palacio De La Rambla, a charming hotel that brings the best of Ubeda to your doorstep.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Palacio De La Rambla offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a chapel, baggage storage, and newspaper. For travellers arriving by car, there is paid public parking available on-site.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Ubeda, Palacio De La Rambla is located a short distance from Iglesia de San Lorenzo (0.1 mi) and Santa Maria de los Reales Alcazares (0.2 mi).
Ubeda has plenty of cafes. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like La Copla Cafe-Copas, Cafeteria Alejo, and Rincón Café, which are serving up some great dishes.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Sinagoga del Agua (0.2 mi), Centro Historico (0.2 mi), and Plaza Vazquez de Molina (0.3 mi), which are some popular Ubeda attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Palacio De La Rambla as you experience everything Ubeda has to offer.
In the centre of the town with easy free access to parking. Very well looked after and excellent breakfast. WiFi a bit temperamental and depends on location of bedroom. However, easy to find location on the ground floor if good signal needed.
Outside a picture of modern hustle and bustel. Enter the gates and it becomes a picture of tranquillity. We walked to the hotel after street parking our car as we knew that parking was within the hotel walls and only suitable for a small car. All true. The old stables. Tony quickly had the double doors open and our hired Hyundai I10 was soon manoeuvring around the internal columns. A larger car would magnify the difficulties of the car park size/layout; the underground public parking in the Plaza Andalucia is the nearest alternative. Getting into the hotel courtyard we found that we had entered another world. The 16th century with mid-20th century styling. We obviously got our visit arrival right as we were offered our choice of rooms; a lifetime first. Thanks Tony. Our ground floor room was large as was the bathroom; same with the other room we were showed. Two singles the only downside so the good lady did not have her customary “hot water bottle” next to her. The beds we found firm to our liking. The lighting was subdued. We soon settled in to using the courtyard and lounge as a retreat from the modern world. If you want modernity in a hotel this is not the place to rest your head. Our activity programme in the local sierras and countryside precluded us availing ourselves of breakfast in the palacio other than our last morning. But when we got it, it was lovely. A small cold buffet which suited our needs with hot extras. Too often we find the buffet over done and wonder how the leftovers are disposed of. We often ran in to Rosa, the manager, and can only say that she was far and away the nicest hotel manager we have ever dealt with. Nothing was too much trouble for her and Tony. It was all rather like a home away from home. After four nights it was all to soon to be on our way again but our stay reinforced our view that Ubeda is a place to return to rather than once seen never to return.…
A delightful building with its fantastic owner Rosa and all round help Toni. Were treated like long lost friends even though we had only stayed there for one night previously. Superbly situated for seeing the lovely city. We’ll be back if we are in the area again
Our room was incredibly charming and quite clean, tastefully furnished with antiques. The manager, Rosa, was personable and welcoming, eager to provide recommendations and assist with whatever came up. The bathroom was luxuriously large with ample hot water. The atmosphere invited one to enjoy and relax in the slower pace of Ubeda; the courtyard is entrancing and the salon accordingly provided a cozy place to curl up with a book. The selection and service at breakfast topped those offered at hotels with a higher star-ranking.
In fact, this is a very special place. The architecture is "dans le jus", the rooms spacious and furnished and decorated in old authentic style. So are the bathrooms. You like or not. My wife love it, me a little bit less. In fact the hotel is old, but not comfortable enough. I prefer the Paradores. The staff is friendly and helpful, but as there is only 7/8 rooms, the service is not at the level required by me! The Breakfast is good with eggs cooked to order and served in a little room. It is charming, like staying in ancient times... Too much for me! Also, there is no parking. You have to go to the public car park at 300m.