Thanks to its Baroque façade and its delicate interior, it has been recognised as a Site of Cultural Interest.
The Marquis of Montana, honoured with this title in the 18th century, was commissioned to build the Marquis of Montana Palace as an example of bourgeois architecture in Jerez (later known as Domecq Palace, when it was purchased by the Montana family). To protect this historic building, which retains its imposing Baroque facade and fragile interior, the Palace was declared a Site of Cultural Interest in 2003 and for some years held organised tours beyond its facade. After years of foreign exploitation, the Marquis of Montana Palace has become a luxury hotel business project for local companies AltaCazuela and Bar Juanito. The rooms where Marquises once wined and dined still maintain their luxurious standards for their customers who have come to try some of the food.