The International hotel has 112 rooms, including 11 mini-suites with lounge, an apartment, 92 double rooms (including 40 convertible into triple rooms fitted with davenport) and 8 single rooms. All rooms are well equipped with a patio or large well-designed balcony offering a view of the sea or Teide volcano (when it deigns to rear its nose), a satellite television with 19 channels (remote control available at the reception desk), direct telephone with international line, a safe (11 pounds per week plus a 6 euro deposit) and two separate beds (double beds are only offered upon request provided they are available). Conversely, there are neither fridges nor airconditioning, which are not so necessary in the land of eternal springtime. However, if you are cold in winter where temperatures can drop below 20°C, a radiator is available to cold-sensitive persons. The decoration is quite warm with tableaux, wall covering and floor carpeting. The bathroom is equipped with a bathtub (without handset contrary to most of the hotels in the Canary) fitted with flexible shower, toilets (in same space) and a bidet. On the flip side, there is neither hair dryer, nor hospitality products, safe for two bars of soap.