There are a variety of accommodation options in Las Palmas that suit every budget. Each district has different positives. The Old Town, Vegueta, is located on the site of the original military encampment from which Las Palmas originated. There is some magnificent architecture in the Old Town and the elegant 19th-century Casa Consistoriales (Town Hall) is the pick, while the Plaza del Espiritu Santo (Square of the Holy Spirit) is bordered by other stately buildings. Another old neighbourhood in the city is Triana, however, due to bourgeoise settlement, the area is also a commercial hub. Different architectural styles from the 18th, 19th and 20th century are displayed here. Ciudad Jardin is a leafy district, characterised by the British influence on the city. Here, amongst the embassies, you will find elegant residential houses and tranquil parks. The main feature of the district is the Parque Dorames, which is a pretty park with a municipal swimming pool, statues and flower beds.