During the planning stage of our trip, we wanted to stay at a Parador. Due to some unexpected changes in our itinerary, once we arrived in Spain, we had the chance to add Jaen and to stay at the Parador de Jaen. We splurged a little to get a room with a terrace and view of the mountains in the area. ...
The best way to get to know Jaen Province may be through its top attractions. Among these are Alfarería Tito and ArteRaff—all of which are compelling reasons to visit.
Need a place to kick back after all that sightseeing? Jaen Province also has 21 hotels, which rate highly for Location and Room cleanliness, meaning they offer more than just a comfy bed to snooze in.Things to do in Jaen Province
If you're looking for a relaxing way to have fun in Jaen Province, you can always head to Centro Nature Spa and indulge in some serious pampering.Where to shop in Jaen Province
Dress like a local or change up your whole look while in Jaen Province. The shops at El Corte Inglés are great options for adding to your own wardrobe or that of friends and loved ones back home. If you're after accessories and other fashionable finishing touches, check out the eye-catching jewelry at Chiloe.Arts and culture in Jaen Province
Put a little culture on your itinerary in Jaen Province. The exhibits at Alfarería Tito, Museo Provincial and Museo de Alfarería Paco Tito Memoria de lo Cotidiano are good places to soak it in and do some people watching.
You can also learn a thing or two while exploring Jaen Province — just dive into the books at Biblioteca Pública del Estado - Biblioteca Provincial de Jaén and Librería Metrópolis. The knowledge-filled halls and campus of Universidad de Jaén, UNED - Jaen and Rectorado may be worthy of a tour.Nightlife in Jaen
When the sun goes down in Jaen, there's always a chance to get a taste of the local scene. Join the fray at La Barra, Café Bar JUMA and Pub Admiral's Arms, where you can dance and drink late into the night.Arts and culture in Jaen
Broaden your horizens during your Jaen trip with a stop in Terra Oleum - Museo Activo del Aceite de Oliva y la Sostenibilidad and Museo Provincial. You can also learn something new or pick up a new work of fiction at Biblioteca Pública del Estado - Biblioteca Provincial de Jaén and Librería Metrópolis.
Interested in higher education? Universidad de Jaén attracts tourist, alums and hopeful students alike to its campus.Dining in Jaen Province
Hungry? Jaen Province has you covered. Grab something to eat at popular restaurants like Casa Antonio, Restaurante Kasler, O Mammamia Jaén and Casa Vicente.Dining in Jaen Province
Hungry? Jaen Province has you covered. Grab something to eat at popular restaurants like Casa Antonio, Restaurante Kasler, O Mammamia Jaén and Casa Vicente.Things to do in Jaen
It's easy to get out and enjoy yourself in Jaen.
Need to let loose? Let the experienced professionals at Centro Nature Spa and Yves Rocher - Jaen pamper you into a state of relaxation.Where to shop in Jaen
Want to dress like a local or pick up some new duds? Jewelry stores like Chiloe offer up pretty baubles and sleek accessories.
Buy the newest gadgets at Beep Jaén (Paseo España).
Great building, wonderful courtyard, friendly staff Quiet rooms Excellent value
The hotel is nicely located to hike in the Park Natural de Conzorla. The staff made the hotel stay great. As an example, when I checked in, I was given a room where the wireless internet didn't work. When I mentioned this at the front desk, I was told that distances to the router vary and I expected that I would just not get access on this trip. Instead, the reception desk person took me to other rooms with my computer until we found a room that had many bars, and then moved me into that room. This is not the kind of service I've seen very often in Europe and it was a pleasant surprise. The only drawback is that the restaurant is very expensive. You are far better off going next door to Cafe Ana. There is a terrace out back where you can watch the sunset and enjoy the menu of the day. Go for the garlic soup if it's on the menu.