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Jaén's Barrio Antiguo (Old Quarter) has preserved the vestiges of a spectacular city. Nuestra Señora de la Asunción Cathedral; the Arab baths, the largest and most important in Europe; the Provincial Fine Arts Museum; and San Lorenzo Arch, recently declared a National Monument, are just some of the sights well worth visiting.

A visit to the surrounding area is an excellent option, allowing you to explore the Sierra de Cazorla mountains and Sierra de Segura region, with their exceptional nature reserves. Olive groves and the Guadalquivir River, which flows through this land, add special appeal to a place where the characteristic light of Andalusia never fails to make its presence felt.

Jaén (5 km)
Baños de Alí, (Arabic baths)
Sierra Magina National Park
Ibero Museum (the only one in the world)Baeza (49 km)
Old UniversityÚbeda (57 km)
Templo de Santa María de los Reales Alcázares
General data about parador hostel
Parador hotel Parador de Jaén Stars 4
Capacity 90 Places Styles castle
Director Javier Manzano García Chef Juan Mora Oriola
Address Castillo de Santa Catalina, s/n
Autonomous community Andalucía Province Jaén
Town Jaén Postcode 23001
Latitude 37.768713 Longitude -3.801227
Telephone +34 953230000 Fax +34 953230930
Email jaen@parador.es
Distance to airport 130 Km.
Distance to the port 0 Km.
Distance to train 4 Km.
Services offered by the parador hostel
air conditioning elevator
bar heating
foreign exchange conferences and meetings
mini-bar no animals
parking seasonal swimming pool
electric car charging station restaurant
credit cards telephone in guest rooms
TV in guest rooms wi-fi
Activities offered by the parador hostel

Soups and stews are a staple at the Parador: we prepare the popular ajo blanco, a soup made with garlic, oil, almonds and bread, and a true delight for your palate. And don't miss out on game dishes such as partridge terrine and Baños-style venison. You will notice the Moorish influence on our confectionery in ingredients such as dried fruit, almonds and olive oil. Choices include exquisite convent sweets, puff pastries and sponge cakes. We prepare a range of dining options to astonish you. Come discover them.

Chef's recommendations

The past and present of Spanish cuisine come together in one special place: dining at Paradores


Information on the halls
Number of halls 5
Minimum capacity of halls 25
Maximum capacity of halls 272
How to get there?

The Parador is located on Santa Catalina Hill, just 5 km from the capital. The main routes are the N-323 (Bailén-Motril) and the N-324 from Córdoba.

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