Andalusian cuisine has been inspired in equal measures by its climate and the numerous cultures that have been established. Servings of Pata Negra ham and Manchego cheese, the famous gazpacho and tapa’s of fried fish, refreshing salads, rice dishes and nourishing stews are just some of the dishes characterizing the local cuisine. A good meal should be accompanied by a high quality wine and some excellent wines are produced in the area, Manzanilla, Moscatel, Mistela, Mosta and indeed, Sherry, one of the world’s oldest and most famous wines.

The hotel offers two restaurants serving both delicious Andalusian and French cuisine. Cocktails and tapas can be served in our lounges or on one of our garden terraces and patios.

The Al-Andalus, our main restaurant, is located in the Palacio. The historic Moorish decoration style can only enhance your Andalusian dining experience. This restaurant also has a veranda and a patio where you can enjoy the typical sounds of an oasis: the soft splashing of a water fountain, a breeze rushing through the palm trees, and the playful call of doves.

Cocktails can be enjoyed in the Gran Salon. This lounge, adjacent to the Al-Andalus, was designed by the famous Spanish decorator Pascua Ortega. Most guests favor this room because of its warm and welcoming atmosphere.

Lunch can be served in the Bistrot del Jardin, offering the opportunity for a table in the rose covered pergolas by the pool, where our Maître will recommend local or international wines.

Special requests such as Flamenco show dining, Paella show dining, barbecues at the African-style “Boma”, a countryside picnic lunch or a dinner table for two in our Grand Salon or in your own favorite corner of the hotel can be arranged with our Maître. He will make sure the setting is perfect and decorated with the right flowers and candles to ensure a memorable romantic dinner.