The palace is the most
important building in Sayil and its three levels contains 98
rooms. The main facade looks to the south and is located on
a platform from where the "sacbé" begins.
The walls of the second story are
decorated with columns and with large-nosed Chaac masks. The
walls are also adorned with sculptures of the Gods "Ah Mucen
Cab", or the bee God linked to Venus worship and "Kukulkán",
the feathered serpent.