The Ayllón hotel has eighteen rooms, of which four are junior suites and one adapted for disabled use. With the particular characteristic of being all different, implanted as they are in the organic and irregular structure of popular architecture, all of them are decorated with furniture made by cabinetmakers, having as reference the designers of the twentieth century.
Wooden carpentry in large windows and balconies, along with the walls and white lingerie, make the hotel a bright and comfortable space. All rooms have ample space for rest, with views that, either through balconies, terraces or attics, turn to the landscaped courtyard or the Historic District. Wood, carrara marble and clean shapes characterize the rooms.