We stayed for two nights. The hotel is also a conference centre for businesses and organisations and that's what it felt like. It was completely sterile, even odd, being apparently deserted even though I believe the hotel was almost fully-booked. It's not a place in which to linger. The interior is modern and there were few facilities. The bar was closed, the restaurant was closed and there was no lounge. There is an internet connected computer in the reception.
The website says that the 105 rooms face a cloister. The hotel rooms are on the first and second floors, the others being offices. Some at least of the rooms on the first floor look onto the courtyard, many, if not all of the ones on the upper floor have sliding windows giving onto a terrace completely enclosed on two sides with a four foot high wall on the other side, so you can see the sky but not over the wall unless you're an adult standing up and leaning up onto it. This effectively means you have a windowless room. The website also says that the dining room is beautiful and cozy. It was blue and beige plain corporate and hot and I believe was a large meeting room that had been given over to breakfast.
Breakfast was plentiful and varied, even if pedestrian in quality and soulless.
The hotel is well-located for an easy trip into town and within 3 or 4 minutes' walking distance of atmospheric restaurants. To view the Last Supper book in advance.
Bed comfortable, bathroom worked.
The hotel is adequate as somewhere to sleep or maybe to attend meetings.
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