What reason could a sensible and happy man like Rodrigo Leal have to take part in a new reality show? Absolutely none….until four months ago when his life changed forever and his bills spiraled out of control…. Before taking part in the show, Rodrigo had his life under control. He left his home town to study food and cooking and secured a job as a chef at an upmarket restaurant in the city. He was in love and about to get married to Lucia Villamil, a single mother who before she met him struggled to pay all of her bills. Lucia’s family adored him and Rodrigo set up a small grocery store business for them, so that they could enjoy a decent and honest living. To do this he mortgaged his mother-in-law’s home. Unfortunately luck did not smile on Rodrigo as he was soon fired from his job as a chef. Confident that he would soon find a new job, he decided not to mention the incident to the Villamil family. Yet as the months went by Rodrigo struggled to find work and fell behind on the mortgage payments. The bank notified him that he was on the verge of losing the Villamil family home, their only material asset. Desperate to save his family from financial ruin and willing to do anything to save their house from repossession, Rodrigo goes to the Hotel Real casting dreaming of the 300 million pesos in prize money that the winner will take home. Initially Rodrigo is rejected by the show’s producers, but when he hears that they needs a gay man to complete the selection of participants, Rodrigo decides to live a lie and pretend he is gay in order to appear on the show. Successfully chosen as one of the ten “hosts” of the Real Hotel, he has to sign a clause in his contract that all information given to the production team is true; otherwise he risks a huge fine. With no time to explain his actions to Lucia, from the very moment Rodrigo enters the Hotel Real where “temptation never sleeps”, he not only has to rebuild the run-down building as part of the game, but also has to live with 9 other very strange characters. However, his biggest challenge proves to be the lovely and enchanting host of the show, Carmen Morena who rocks his boat and causes him to doubt his true feelings for Lucia. Carmen also grows very fond of Rodrigo but she assumes he is gay and also her contract with the show prevents her from becoming romantically involved with any of the participants. What will happen when the show’s producer tries to increase the ratings by making Rodrigo confess that he is gay in front of a national audience? And especially now that Rodrigo has feelings for Carmen, and that she is beginning to fall for him, how will Carmen feel about this televised confession? Not to mention that Lucia is still under the impression that she is Rodrigo’s chosen bride?