The charming Orly is housed in a renovated, three-level French provincial mansion, originally constructed in the 1940s as a family home close to Avenida Providencia. The 28 rooms, each with varying architecture, are decorated in a country manor style with polished wood floors, brass fittings, and vaulted ceilings. A straight-out-of-Lyon café and bistro, Caffeto, is attached, which provides the room service. The building is older and somewhat worn, though the low price and location keep it near capacity throughout most f the year. For long-term travelers and business tourists, the hotel added ten apartments in a nearby annex in 2009.