Medium-low - medium-high (but can tolerate lower light levels if not over watered).
Keep the soil moist, but not wet, and avoid very cold water, which can be very damaging to the roots (allow to warm to room temperature of possible). Mist the leaves with tepid water to keep them looking fresh and to reduce the risk of two-spotted spider mite, or the leaf tips going brown and crispy.
Little pruning required, but mature plants tend to form stalks, which can be cut back to encourage new growth from the base. The small and rather dull looking flowers should be removed as they use valuable resources and, as this is a hybrid, are sterile.
A little dilute fertilizer in the water at every watering will be beneficial.
Warm dry conditions may encourage two-spotted spider mite, so mist the foliage or keep the plant in a more humid environment (bathrooms are good). Mealybugs are an occasional problem, and they should be removed by cleaning the plant with a damp cloth or paper towel.