The house, built in the 1940’s, was used for several other purposes at the beginning and inaugurated in 1972 as the Loyola Spirituality Center. It houses retreats, seminars, meetings, congresses and every type of spiritual and pastoral activities. A community of the Handmaids of Christ the King takes care of the material arrangements. To make it functional for the various groups that use it at the same time, it has been equipped with a variety of facilities and rooms, all of which have been updated in 2003.
Rooms: There are 111 rooms and 153 beds (75 single rooms, 31 double and 5 triple rooms). All are self-contained, with a shower-room attached.
Chapels: There are 6 chapels.
The main chapel can hold 110 persons.
The other five chapels can hold 50, 40, 20, 15 and 15.
Meeting and Conference Rooms: There are 15 with varying capacities (number of seats, with arms to take notes):
1) An assembly hall with 225 seats and equipment for simultaneous translation into 4 languages.
2) Another assembly halls for 150 persons, with seats and tables and equipment (booths, earphones, etc.) for simultaneous translation into 4 languages.
3) A hall for 65 persons.
4) A hall for 50 persons.
5) Sala para 40 personas.
6) Ten other halls (nos. 6 to 15) for 16-20 persons.
Dining Rooms: There are 4, with capacity for 100, 40, 40 and 10 diners.
The guests of the Spirituality Center can enjoy the adjoining 25-hectare private park. And Loyola being a rainy country, the eventuality of rain has been foreseen and a large sun gallery occupies the breadth and length of the last floor, with a magnificent panoramic view of the surrounding mountains and the valley. Two lifts communicate the floors of the house.
Finally, there is parking space for cars close to the center.