What makes the 13th floor of the Meliá Lebreros really stand out is the major renovation work that took place on this level in 2009, and it is in this part of the hotel that you will find the most modern guest rooms. If you have a feel for interior design, you are sure to be won over by the decor here, which is both understated and modern, matching the dark parquet flooring with the black cupboard and purple curtains. The music centre attached to the wall next to the flat-screen television adds a decorative touch to the functional side of the room. You can borrow CD's of a range of musical styles from reception, including pop, rock, jazz, blues, classical, Latino and flamenco. There is a rectangular photo of Seville by night hanging on the wall above the bed. Thanks to the adjustable lighting, you can create a relaxing ambience in the evening, perfect for sitting back in the grey armchair next to the window. The guest rooms are also provided with the usual mini-bar, a safe and an ironing board. The bathroom, however, has a less modern look than the rest of the guest room. It is lined throughout with green and black marble, and provided with a beauty kit bearing the famous Etro brand name, bathrobes and slippers. You will be required to pay an additional charge of £13 to stay in one of these premium category rooms. The standard rooms have a radically different appearance, with decor of a much more ordinary style not unlike that found in the Tryp Macarena hotel: armchairs with chequered green and cream patterning, carpeting, large mirrors and stucco medallions depicting classic scenes. The bathrooms are identical, apart from the wash basin and the range of Meliá beauty products provided. Of the hotel's 437 guest rooms, six are half-way through being renovated, and all of them have windows looking out of the hotel, some overlooking the swimming pool, the others the avenue below.