Dama Juana, which opened in March 2019, is named after the grandmother of chef-owner Juan Aceituno. Sadly she died just two weeks after the restaurant in Jaen’s barrio San Ildefonso opened.

Jaen has a good selection of restaurants, the vast majority of which serve traditional Spanish and Mediterranean food. Fish and seafood are a popular choice in Jaen, trout being the star player, so expect to find prawn and shellfish dishes, as well as meat.

This three-star hotel is located in the city centre of Jaén and features a roof terrace with views over the cathedral. You can’t miss it, as the name is written in huge letters across the façade.

A large modern hotel located on the corner of the main shopping street, close to the Jaen Museum. This hotel has 158 spacious guest rooms, some in classic, elegant style, others with a simple, modern feel. You can find culinary satisfaction at the restaurant and English-style bar, with outdoor terrace featuring micro-climate for summer and heating in winter.

This modern hotel is located in a new area of Jaen, five minutes from the El Corte Ingles department store. Its impressive marble atrium with stunning stained glass window has two glass lifts to transport guests to each floor in memorable style.

This modern two-star hostel is handy for those arriving in, or leaving, Jaen by train, as the station is next door. The old city centre is about 15 minutes’ walk away.

Handy for the A44 Bailen-Motril motorway, this modern hotel complex was built in 2004 and has an impressive double-height entrance lobby with vaulted ceiling. The decor is themed around olives, with custom-made chandeliers and large murals depicting Jaen’s key crop.

This hotel is located in the heart of Jaen city and offers cutting-edge décor with red leather armchairs and deconstructed chandelier-type pendant lights.