Beautiful building, low on comfort
The building with its cloistered courtyard is gorgeous and very peaceful. The rooms are extremely clean, including the bathrooms, and reception staff friendly and helpful. The location is excellent, handy for the train station, sight seeing and beaches. However the rooms have a slightly spartan quality and are not as comfortable or well appointed as you might expect in this price range. The beds are very firm; the pillows (traditional Spanish bolsters) are both thin and hard, rather like sleeping on a baguette; the bed linen is that cheap polycotton blend (only 50% cotton) which means you will never be able to find a cool spot in your bed. There was a nespresso machine but only two pods and two capsules of milk were supplied each day; decaff was not available. A kettle was kindly supplied on request. I had to buy my own teabags and decaff coffee pods. I wouldn't have minded this if I had had a decent night's sleep, but after 3 awful uncomfortable nights I couldn't wait to leave. This could be a truly lovely hotel with just a bit of spending on better quality bedding and bed linen.