Casa de España was found in 1914 as an exclusive social club for people living in San Juan of Spanish descent. This structure opened in 1935 based on a design by Pedro de Castro y Besosa. This prolific architect is credited with nearly 200 homes, apartments and civil buildings in San Juan during the early 20th century. The architecture reflects a Moorish Revival style found in major landmarks in Andalusia, Spain, especially in Granada and Córdoba. The House of Spain is now available for private events.