Housed in a building that dates back to the 15th century, this establishment was known as San Lorenzo Hospital and later used as an orphanage. The present-day hotel gained its name from Queen Cristina who once lived here. In 1986, the building was first opened as a hotel and was later renovated in 2004. It comprises a total of 3 floors with 74 rooms of which 22 are single rooms, 48 are double rooms and 4 are suites. Guests may make use of the foyer with 24-hour reception desk, the safe, lifts, the conference rooms, several lounges, the garage and the car park. Dining options include a café, a bar and an air-conditioned Ã la carte restaurant and guests may make use of the in-house laundry and room services.The spacious rooms that have been stylishly furnished in a Castilian style come with a bathroom with hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, satellite TV and a radio. There is also a minibar, a king-sized bed, air conditioning and central heating in each as standard.