Where to stay in Albarracín, Teruel

By Cristian G. Guasch •  Updated: 08/17/22 •  4 min read

Albarracín is a Spanish town and municipality located in the southwest of the province of Teruel, in the autonomous community of Aragon. It was named by the writer Azorín as “the most beautiful town in Spain” and has a population of approximately 1,006 inhabitants.

It was declared a National Monument in 1961, and among its attractions it is worth mentioning the cathedral, the castle, the tower of Doña Blanca and the walls, as old as the city itself. In this article we are going to inform you about the five best hotels to stay in Albarracín.

Best places to stay in Albarracín

Although Albarracín is a small community, visits to all its tourist sites require more than one day, so sleeping in these lands will be a good idea. Below, you will find several suggestions for lodging in Albarracín, where you will find the ideal place to suit your needs.

Where to stay in Albarracín, Teruel

Albarracín Hotel

One of the recommended hotels where to stay in Albarracín is the Hotel Albarracín, located in the very center of the town. A curiosity of this 3-star hotel is that it is located in a beautiful palace and has a private swimming pool. Your stay will be extremely relaxing thanks to its simple and bright rooms in rustic style.

During the day you can walk to the main cathedrals and palaces of the town or go to the city of Teruel. In the evening you can stay at the hotel to taste the delicious local food in its prestigious restaurant. The double room costs 180€ and booking users have given it a score of 9.1.

Hotel Doña Blanca

The Doña Blanca Hotel is undoubtedly one of the best hotels to stay in Albarracín. It is in the heart of the city and is ideal for resting. All rooms are rustic style, with wooden floors and stone and brick walls. They are equipped with air conditioning, flat screen TV, minibar and safe. The bathroom provides towels, free toiletries and hairdryer.

In the morning, you can have breakfast delivered to your room, or step outside into one of the many restaurants and cafes nearby. The hotel offers free parking and free wireless Internet access. The hotel staff can provide important information about the area’s tourist attractions and nearby activities such as hiking, fishing and horseback riding. The double room costs 95€ and has been rated 9.1 by booking users.

Arabia Hotel

Another impressive hotel to stay in Albarracín is the Arabia Hotel, located in an amazing 16th century convent. This hotel is located in the heart of the old town, provides internet access and has a cafeteria with a terrace from which you can admire wonderful views of Albarracín and the mountains.

The rooms have a balcony, private bathroom, toiletries, heating and hairdryer. Despite being located in a charming old building, it has modern facilities including an elevator, ice cream parlor and gift store. The double room costs 83€ and booking users have rated it 9.3.

Hostal Sol de la Vega

It is 1.5 kilometers from the historic center of Albarracín. The complex has a garden, solarium and rooms with heating, living room and 360º views of the mountains. All are cheerfully decorated and have a balcony, flat-screen TV and private bathroom.

This recommended hostel where to stay in Albarracín is located 5 minutes drive from the cathedral of Albarracín and the ruins of the castle. Some of the activities you can do nearby are hiking, cycling and fishing. The double room costs 69€ and booking users have given it a 9.0.

Cine Capicol Apartments

These apartments are equipped with everything you need to have a dream vacation. The rooms have free Wifi, flat screen TV, balcony and river and mountain views. The kitchen has a microwave oven and refrigerator.

The bathroom is private and can include a shower or a bathtub. Similarly, the service staff is responsible for providing towels and bed linen. The establishment has a parking lot for a supplement. The price of the double room is 90€ and booking users have given it a score of 9.5.

Cristian G. Guasch

I have traveled the world visiting 18 countries, including Japan, most of Europe and North America. I love to learn about the culture and history, taste the different dishes and enjoy the beauty of this planet. I also work completely remotely, and this helps me discover new places all year around.