The hotel is in keeping with the local architectural style and occupies the Casa de Don Gaspar de Portolá, named after the man who discovered California. The Parador also has numerous conference rooms including the outstanding Salón Chimenea. Its welcoming rooms invite rest and relaxation within an ideal setting for outdoor activities.
The landscape's main features can be seen from the Parador and they include forests, winter snow-capped mountains, and summertime greenery.
The bedrooms have sloping ceilings with exposed beams.
The cuisine is influenced by regional specialities such as olla aranesa (stew), trucha a la llosa (local trout dish), civet de jabalí (wild boar stew) and pescajus de Arties (brandy flavoured pancakes).