It is an expensive hotel but the location and the service warrants it. Don't be put off by a person below who said about it's in a dirty street - it's narrow, yes, but it's right in front of La Seu and can't really beat it. Noise level - yes, it's on the street but don't you travel with earplugs anyways? Given the strong and early sunshine, I highly appreciated the excellent black-out curtains. What I loved was the excellent view of the top bit of La Seu that can be viewed from the top floor of the more modern side of the hotel buildings. I was worried about being in the more 'traditional' side of the buildings, no problem, it had good character, actually! Everything is pristine, excellent bathroom and storage space. I had reception's help to arrange excursion, they were very helpful. Fantastic welcome drink - ask the bar to make you a fresh Sangria, it was one of the best I've had outside the mainland Spain. Breakfast - enough choices so no problem there.
Bad - in my room at least, the tv controller was finicky, wish there was a guide to what is what channel just to make it easier to find an English-speaking channel (there was only Sky News, it turns out). If you're looking for a pool, you'll be disappointed, it's small - but I don't see why you wouldn't just visit a nearby picturesque beach. The cost - mine was on a deal but I still found it expensive. Apparently one of the Small Hotels of the World group hence the price range but hm...my thought was, oh well, the other ones are even more expensive! Overall, no regrets due to very good service, breakfast, room quality, and location.
Traditional building side rather than the newer.
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