Resembling an Andalusian village, the 285 spacious guest rooms are spread in 27 three?storey villas, scattered around 55.000 sqm of lush, sub-tropical landscaped gardens, gently cascading down to the Mediterranean Sea. Over 400 species of plant life have been brought to the gardens from all around the world, many literally in a suitcase courtesy of HRH Principe Alfonso de Hohenlohe, the founder of the Puente Romano. The heart of the Resort and its social focus is the Roman Bridge (Puente Romano) from which the property takes its name. This ancient artefact from the first century is a remaining structure of a road which once linked Cadiz with Rome, the Via Augusta. The hotel's facilities include 3 outdoor swimming pools, 10 tennis courts, 4 paddleball courts, fitness club, banquet and meeting rooms. This hotel is highly recommended for clients looking for top quality and service, being this property part of The Leading Hotels of the World. The spacious guest rooms are located in 27 x 3 storey villas, scattered around the 3 levels. They have been designed to offer a private and restful retreat. Each room has a private terrace. Each block is named after Andalusian towns with each guest room identified by hand painted ceramic signage.