Arriving at Monasterio de San Miguel, guests are immersed into the building's long history. The decor, featuring pieces from various different antique dealers, contributes a its enchanting, sacred and historic aura. The hotel receives a varied clientele and recently hosted a number of events for various business groups. Among the regular guests you will find: golfers, lovers of all that involves wine, and those looking for some sun and sand given the establishment's proximity to the sea. The hotel offers special services for golfers, such as discounts on green fees and transportation to the closest golf courses: Golf El Puerto (just under 2 mi away) and Costa Ballena (12.5 mi away). This is all without forgetting the bullfighters, because most of the ones who come here to fight on the Place des Taureaux stay at this hotel. To accommodate these guests as well as fans of bullfighting, there is a smart little sitting room with glass doors decorated with photos and pieces of art representing bulls. Wi-Fi is free throughout the hotel. This establishment is part of the historic hotel chain Estancias de España, which allows guest to accumulate points with an 'Iberia Plus' card. It's also part of the European Historic Hotels of Europe network. There is no mini golf or playground for children, although it does offer interesting rates for young guests, including discounts or special 'free for children' offers. It also puts on clown shows from time to time and offers attractions like a bouncy castle for the little ones. In collaboration with the Duques de Medinaceli (next door and belonging to the same chain; Jale), this hotel organises gourmet days dedicated to a specific type of food, such as fish or mushrooms, and offers special set meals for £31. It also gives its guests the opportunity to acquire a 'Privilege Card' that, among other advantages, gives couples (or any two guests) a 50% discount on their restaurant bill.