The main facade has 3 floors and 2 lateral towers with rectilinear depressed arches between brick pilasters. In the central floor there is a central balcony and 2 side bars of forging that are perfectly preserved.
The entrance is of cushioned stone, with superior cornice and grate on it, a great door of wood spiked with ironworks and alguazas, it gives way to a vestibule, and this one to a patio that is peristyle with four Tuscan columns and shoes of acanthus leaf With metamorphosis at its end where carved heads of animals and humans, all different. In the center of the courtyard is a low Arab white marble fountain.
A wide staircase of 3 sections takes us to the upper galleries, now converted into comfortable rooms.
The palace has had different uses: Hospital, Mint, was also convent of the Congregation of the Holy Spirit, and has reached our days
Converted into a hotel full of history.