The Don Paquito may look like it dates from the 1970's from the outside, but it is actually furnished with contemporary items, giving it a modern colonial style, drenched in light, that is far from the 1970's style. The building, however, does date back to 1968, which would explain why its facade brings to mind bygone times. In any case, the hotel was entirely renovated in 2005 and the furniture renewed in 2008. As soon as you walk in, you will find the reception desk to your left and an elongated lounge to your right, which leads to the bar and restaurant. The reception hall is brightly-lit and quite well organized. Various paintings decorate this room, with marine motifs and some impressionist motifs such as those by Van Gogh.