The Corrala of Santiago has been rescued by the restoration by the Ministry of Public Works of the Junta de Andalucía. It was transferred to the University of Granada in 1991. Since then it is functioning as a guest house. It is one of the most representative architecture developed in Granada in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries which was typical of the lower area of the city.
The building is arranged around a central courtyard which gives access from outside an elongated porch on which limestone pillars support three galleries.