Having been built in 1970, the 5 storey building housing the San Juan Park is generally very basic. The reception - as there isn't really a lobby to speak of - is also low key, with white walls, dark tiles, dried floral arrangements dotted around the place, and embroidered armchairs dating back to the First World War. There is a certain warmth about it though, a feeling that is only reinforced by the truly regal welcome you'll receive. Just next to the reception you'll find a small lounge area decorated, if you can call it that, in the same way and serving as a bar, a television room, and a games room (it contains a large pool table). The top floor is home to the very pleasant solarium terrace and pool, affording beautiful views across the rooftops of the town, but also, unfortunately, the balconies of the neighbouring buildings. You can't have it all! There is also a special children's pool where they can enjoy a paddle whilst mum and dad lounge on the deckchairs (it's worth remembering, though, that there are no parasols available up here). The small pool bar is open during the summer months only.