At the end of a blind alley, you will arrive in a courtyard centred around a square planted with two palm trees. Beside a fountain, under a large white tent, there are armchairs waiting just for you. This being said, it isn't the most pleasant of spots, as it is just beside the entrance to the 50-space car park. While we're on the subject, it will cost you nearly £17 per day to park there. The Zenit dates from 1990 and was most recently renovated in 2007. This entirely yellow, 4 storey building has a huge reception that boasts marble flooring. In the entrance, large red armchairs and grey Nubuck sofas are waiting to welcome your weary feet. A window display shows off various items for sale, including dress shirts, ties, bathrobes, leather-bound agendas, and T-shirts. Just beside it, a computer has been set up on a desk for your use (use of the Internet will cost you nearly £2 for 15 minutes). You will also find a cigar distributor here. With regards to the reception counter, it is decorated in a style typical of the region, with red and white azulejos, and you will receive a quality welcome. However, if you tend to get chilly quickly, come prepared, as the air-conditioning is on quite high! Back behind the reception, you will find a bar furnished with a flat-screen television, light-coloured parquet flooring, and grey bar stools. Its opening hours vary depending on the number of customers. However, the one found at the hotel entrance stays open all day long and is a small but inviting spot.