This is an historic hotel. It really is quaint, and is furnished appropriately, so it is a pleasure to be there during the day, despite the impracticalities of an old building -- step steps, narrow corridors etc. The breakfast is also great, with fresh juice and good quality pastries as well as cereals etc.
The main concern, and it is a biggie, is that it is located at a busy intersection and has limited sound insulation. Finding a cute packet with a pair of ear plugs on the pillow should have been a warning that I would not sleep peacefully there. If you are a light sleeper, insist on a room that does not face the street, or that has as few windows as possible.More
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