The hotel was rebuilt in 2006 and has retained the old arcades dating back from 1898, which is the only remnant of the original seaside resort. The reception area is vast and entirely marble-clad, with lounges and cushy armchairs arranged around a rectangular fountain that resembles a swimming pool surrounded by palm trees. It is truly an idyllic setting! In one of the numerous corridors, there is a payphone and a computer with an Internet connection. Las Arenas also boasts a car park with 312 places (about 11 pounds per day). However, what will really grab your attention are the outdoor pool and the hotel spa. Created over a hundred years ago, the swimming pool area is a protected site, which explains why, when it was rebuilt in 1933, the dimensions (33m) were kept and the original diving board was preserved. However, don't try climbing onto it, as it is no longer in use! As for the spa located under the swimming pool, it is very modern but includes some older elements that used to belong to the seaside resort, such as the ancient marble bathtubs and the famous sign designed by Renal for its inauguration. This mix creates a surprising and interesting setting. Guest can enjoy the vast area dedicated to thermal treatments, a Swiss lodge, showers of icy water, Scottish showers and sprayers, as well as 8 cabins fitted with special light fixtures (chromotherapy), and an independent sound system that plays music. The spa centre offers a complete range of services, and every kind of massage you could think of: therapeutic, relaxing, specialised, sport-oriented, and chiropractic. The area dedicated to relaxation faces the swimming pool, and tea or coffee is available. The fitness centre includes 15 machines with integrated individual TV sets broadcasting in several languages. If you've forgotten your headset, don't worry, they're available for free.