Cuenca is a truly original city hewn out of rock. The hotel's large windows overlook the famous Casas Colgadas (hanging houses) set on the rocks flanking Hoz del Huecar in implausible positions. It is a notable example of the late gothic style. There are 62 rooms distributed over 3 floors, the second being the largest. Some of the rooms have views over the cloister, but the most solicited are the ones overlooking the city, gorges and hanging houses. Visitors can sample the typical Cuencan cuisine, which is tasty and spicy reflecting the region's hunting and fishing. To accompany the meals there are excellent wines. In addition, one can sample the typical Cuencan Resoli liquor, made of spirits, coffee and sugar. The lobby is medium in size and decorated as the rest of the hotel in tune with its historical settings. The lobby features elaborate coffered ceilings, original pulpits.
Located opposite to Cuenca's Suspended Houses, whose acces, like that of the old center, is the extraordinary metal bridge. The N-III is the reference road from Madrid at the turn off from Tarancon, or from Valencia through Motilla del Palancar.