We stayed here for one night in June 2006. We had been staying at a much more expensive hotel that wasn't in the center, and wanted a cheaper hotel and a change of location.
I asked for a quiet room, and we were offered a pretty room overlooking the second courtyard, with a large airy bathroom attached. But it was the rainy season, and on returning from lunch, we found that the roof had leaked and a cascade of water was running onto the bed.
The desk clerk appeared to be running the hotel single-handed. He offered us the tiny adjoining room, which had no windows - only a door opening onto the corridor. Then he showed us a front room that was $20 a night more, which we rejected. Finally we ended up in a strange bare room on the second floor in the centre area, with doors opening to the mezzanine overlooking the restaurant, and a window opening on the other side to the tv area and lobby. We had to promise not to use the second bed.
We were awakened by the sound of a full Mexican band (Monday morning - national anthem time) coming from outside the government offices in the square via the open lobby, and the sound of a leaf blower !! from the restaurant, where the sole waiter was cleaning the floor!!
Anyway, it was fun to stay in an old monastery. I'm sure our room was at one time the office of the abbot - interesting. And certainly spartan - bathroom very shabby, not sure about cleanliness.
Breakfast was fine, though the waiter was running like a rabbit to serve everyone.
We enjoyed the "comida corrida" at lunch time - soup, chayotes in cream, main course, postre and drink for a very reasonable set price.
Would have been a good stay if we could have had the original room. Wouldn't go back. Not sure if it was value for money.