Some of the most outstanding spaces are the hotel lounge in the former convent refectory and the interior courtyard.
The hotel has beautiful gardens, including the “Garden of Antiquities”, an archaeological collection consisting of Mudejar, Roman and Visigoth elements.
There are 82 rooms available, distributed around the patio and some of them are in the anexe. The decor can be considered austere, like cells with terracota floors, vaulted and beamed ceilings, wooden furniture and views to the garden.
Highlights of the extensive and imaginative menu offered by the restaurant are truffles, caldereta (Extremadura stew), an assortment of gazpachos and figs from Almoharín.