The hotel's privileged location on the Cerro de Santa Catalina adds a defensive, fortress-like character to the Jaén landscape. With a refreshing swimming pool and exterior stonework that soaks up the sun, the hotel promises to enchant you with a full experience of the Andaluz Renaissance.
The building's majestic appearance continues inside with the impressive 20 metre high arches in the main hall, the dining room with its distinctive Arabic character, and the comfortable bedrooms with their magnificent views. The soft interior decoration of the building is complemented by a varied gastronomic menu: ajo blanco (chilled almond and garlic soup), ensalada de perdiz (partridge salad), pipirrana (typical salad) and espinacas a la jienense con huevo (Jaén spinach with egg).
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