During its more than one hundred years of history, the Bath House of Alzola did welcome many historical characters.

There was a room reserved by Napoleon III in 1870, and never occupied because of the development of the Franco-Prussian war. Luis Coloma, famous writer and journalist created the story "The Tooth Fairy"  in the Balnaery of Alzola and the five times prime ministre Práxedes Mateo Sagasta was an assiduous visitor to this Bath House.

Senior government leaders, representatives of the clergy and the Spanish nobility and bourgeoisie as the Duchess of Infantry were regulars at the Balneary.

Alzola had a strong social life. It was common to find in these facilities not only high officials of the Government, but also representatives of the clergy and the Spanish nobility and bourgeoisie as the Duchess of the Infantry.

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