Open in 1979, renovated in 2003, the Puente Romano hotel bears its name from an old roman bridge, located in a 12-acre park, vestige of the road that connected Rome to Cadix. It is decorated like the traditional Andalusian villages with 26 small two-level buildings hosting 274 rooms. The setting, the decoration and the spreading out of the facilities are very practical. The hotel, full when we were here, was nevertheless very peaceful, quiet. The main building includes a very comfortable bar, La Cascada, with a chimney (in good functioning condition) and an indoor patio. Every evening, it is animated by a piano player. Nearby, a small tower surmounted by a pigeon house opens out in the heart of the gardens with subtropical vegetation - more than 400 species of different plants. Hibiscus, eucalyptus, banana trees and other bamboos are so many that they isolate the bungalows from one another. Crossed over by the Nagueles River, the park also has a few water falls, pools covered by verdure, streams and onrushes. Beside the pool for kids and the two outdoor heated pools (3,230 and 1,290 ft² - free beach chairs and towels), there are 10 tennis courts, a paddle field and a stadium of 3,000 spectators for tennis competitions. The Tennis Club also includes fitness rooms and aerobics where you can have stretching, bodybuilding, yoga, Spanish dances, karate, tai-chi classes... A third pool of 1,290 ft² is finally available at the beach-club, located close to the beach. As an anecdote, this luxury hotel received a large number of important people like Alain Delon, Tom Cruise, Barbara Streisand, Sean Connery or Princess Brigitte of Sweden.