Stayed here for a weekend in April. Location is great right in the heart of the old town, far enough away to be relatively quiet, but close to all amenities.
Reception were very friendly and knowledgeable -couldn't do enough to help and suggest places to see and eat. The rooms themselves are very nice -as the building is an old convent the ceilings are high. They're well furnished and appointed in a minimal style. You even get a set of mini toiletries.
The breakfasts were excellent - lots of choice, very fresh and the staff were quick to replenish things.
Sadly as the weather wasn't great we didn't make use of the roof terrace, but the views were superb.
Not the cheapest choice but overall very happy with the stay.