The hotel's architectural motifs and interior decoration remind of the beautiful seaside province of Spain. The hotel was built and owned by José Cabrero Mier, a native of Santander and served as headquarters for important ship owners from this city, such as the Count de la Mortera, whose fleet of ships operated in the Antilles. The hotel is a unique opportunity to stay at the city's seaside gateway. This 3-storey air-conditioned hotel comprises a total of 32 rooms of which 1 is a junior suite, 1 is a suite and 1 room offers disabled access. Amongst the facilities count a foyer with a 24-hour reception desk, a safe, a currency exchange desk, a cloakroom and a lift in addition to the Cantabria Restaurant offering specialities from that region as well as an array of international dishes. Further hotel amenities include a bar, public Internet access (fees apply), room and laundry services (charges payable) and a kids' club. Fees apply for use of the car park.
Most of the rooms are medium in size, and some of them are on a mezzanine. They vary in decor, but are predominantly modern in style.
The restaurant is located on the second floor and serves intl and local cuisine.
The hotel is located near San Francisco de Assis square and the cruiseship terminal, it is not too far from the Old Havana.