Travel to the past and experience living like nobility.
The hotel Las Casas del Cónsul is located in city of Úbeda, in Andalusia, a city whose wealth of historical buildings and emblematic monuments guaranteed its status as a World Heritage site.
The house dates from the 17th century and carries the Molina Family Crest, the most powerful family during the city’s period of greatest splendour. Surrounded by large courtyards and walls that are hundreds of years old, its architecture is typical of the Renaissance and the atmosphere is surprisingly quiet.
The refurbishment was conceived to offer greater comfort and tranquillity to the guests, taking full advantage of the ample windows and high ceilings, of the tropical hardwoods and the walls of centuries-old stone. Ample public spaces were also created, designed for mingling and rest.
As in most Spanish houses of this period, the central courtyard, with its columns, is the backbone of the house, the centre around which the nobility’s family-life would revolve. Today all the hotel’s spacious and comfortable rooms open out onto this patio. There is still another patio with a magnificent garden that envelops the swimming pool in diverse flowers and trees and is an invitation to bathe in both the sun and the water.
Both the most modern commercial area and the city’s historical centre can be found in the vicinity of the hotel, the ideal setting for enriching cultural strolls that will perfectly complement your stay at the Las Casas del Cónsul.