The location is beyond perfect. A ten minute walk to the train station, adjacent to the Cathedral, across the street from two museums and the Philharmonic and surrounded by places to eat.
The hotel is very nice, not super luxury, but quite ample with a wonderful series of meeting rooms, a decent restaurant, a good breakfast and a helpful, friendly staff. If we had one complaint, it is that whoever designed the bathroom is truly sick. Perhaps the same guy who designed the hotel in Bilbao Spain across from the museum. There is a glass panel between the bathroom and the bedroom, so irrespective the etched cathedral on the glass, you are on display while showering and only slightly less visible while doing whatever you are doing on the crapper. This is especially true at night when the room is dark and the bathroom is lighted. When confronted with the need to use said potty at night, one has the option of operating in the dark or of waking up one’s sleeping partner.
An easy solution would be blinds or curtains and I highly recommend that the hotel exercise that solution. Let voyeurs enjoy their experience along with those of us who prefer to pee in privacy. There is a reason it is called a privy.