Posted Aug 16, 2015
This hotel is very conveniently located on the edge of the old town. You literally go out the back entrance of the hotel and you pop out in the old town square along the major strolling and shopping street where you can find restaurants, cafes, shops selling tourist stuff, but also used by locals. The hotel staff could not have been more disinterested in assisting us, which was very unusual in our experience throughout Spain. They were dismissive, bored, and unhelpful (e.g. we only discovered when we got our bill in the morning that breakfast was included--too late, we had already eaten). The lobby is very funky -- random 'old' stuff hanging on every wall, a dusty two-story chandelier in the middle of a two story staircase, window display of all things porcine. This had a certain has-been charm. The room was small, but comfortable enough. Walls were thin, so you hear what's going on in the hallway. No window view of any interest. Much of the hotel seems to face the main road. Not a room to hang out in, but okay for a night's sleep.