We liked this place so much that we stayed an extra day. It's clean and cosy and located in one of the most historic places in the city. Our room on the very top floor was not large but we had a huge balcony facing the street. The free Wifi worked fine in our room. Owner was extremely courteous and friendly, giving us keys to look at various rooms so we could pick the one we wanted. The reception is located in a souvenir shop but this caused us no problems. There's a lift to all floors (although if you have mobility problems you should know that at night, when the shop is closed, you will need to use another entrance which requires walking up one flight of stairs to get to the lift). We found that we could park on the street behind the hotel easily; it's paid but during siesta and after 20:00 it's free.
There is some noise from the street early in the morning (deliveries, trash collection) and from the cafe across the street until about midnight - but unless you're a light sleeper or wake up early/go to bed early it's not a problem. When we were there in June, we were amazed (and left hungry on the first night) that most bars and restaurants are shut by midnight which is most unusual in Spain.
The rooms at the back have a view and are probably quieter. There were only a handful of people in the hotel so the noise from other guests was not a problem for us but it's an old building with a lot of marble around so the sound does carry.
Also, there's not many spare plug sockets around so if you travel with a lot of gadgets then better bring an extension plug!
Handy tip: avoid the cafe right across the street from the hostel. It's a tourist trap and a rip off. Get yourself lost in the alleyways for better food and service.
If you want a street view, ask for the top floor rooms with a balcony. If you're a light sleeper...
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