I stayed here in March 2013 for 8 nights. I got 20% off because I was staying more than a week, and for paying in cash -- definitely worth asking for! The hotel itself is just lovely, the location can't be beat, and the staff were so nice.
Hotel: An old ex-convent, two stories, with patios and a central courtyard. They've restored it in the best way, keeping all the good old decorative features but updating it to modern standards. The rooms are good size, with nice furniture to match the historic property. They've kept the old tiled floors and wood beam ceilings, as well as the original doors to all the rooms. The room doors have these little built-in windows, which were so charming and practical. The bathrooms are small but very well appointed, with hot showers, fresh white towels, shampoo, lotion and soap provided, and a hair dryer. There's excellent wifi and purified water, both for free!
Staff: My travel partner and I came down with vomiting and diarrhea, and the staff could not have been nicer. From the maid who cleaned our bathroom with grace and efficiency, to the porter who carried our bags up and down the stairs, and finally to the front desk staff who recommended items from the pharmacy, we were well cared for during our convalescence. When I complained one night that our neighbor's TV was too loud, the staff quickly took care of it. The housekeeping staff is really top-notch, better than any 5 star hotel.
Location: The location can't be beat! Despite being right on the main street across from the plaza and next to the cathedral, we never had a problem with street noise.
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