The former house of Regent Sotolongo is today occupied by the hotel, and was originally constructed in the late 18th century. A beautiful inner courtyard with exuberant greenery is a magnificent place to rest and cool down with a refreshing cocktail. On offer are a total of 14 rooms, of which three are junior suites, spread across two floors. Guests are offered a welcoming lobby with a reception, a safe, a cloakroom and currency exchange desk. Further facilities include a café, a bar, and a restaurant. Younger visitors are lovingly cared for in the kids' club. Guests may relax in the Entresuelos bar or dine in the La Paella restaurant, which has already won six national and international awards. The hostel is a place proud of its Valencia traditions, and has been justly called the Valencia House in Havana.
It is a high rise building as it was builted as a private house at the end of the eighteen century, very historical and preserves the old decor. The architecture is typical of downtown.
Most of the rooms are large in size, in fair to good condition and in a very colonial style.
The restaurant is situated on the mezzanine floor and serves spanish cuisine.
The hotel is located just a short distance from the Arms Square and the main attractions.