The lobby is traditional in style with typical Andalusian decor, marble and colourful Arabian style tiles and wooden beamed ceilings. Every door has a typical Arabian arch and the walls are decorated with colourful tiles.
The hotel was constructed by the Duke of San Pedro de Galatino who embarked upon this ambitious and beautiful project, inaugurated in 1910 by King Alfonso XIII. The building resembles an Andalusian palace, with a terracota facade and white balconies on the upper floors. The top of the building is finished with a traditional Andalusian design and a colourful tiled dome.
The rooms are medium in size, well decorated in terracota and sand colours with comfortable and elegant furnishings.
The hotel had a restaurant serving excellent cuisine with a terrace offering the most remarkable panoramic views.