Near the Puerta del Sol and Plaza de Santa Ana. It doesn’t get more downtown than this. Really handy for shops, bars and restaurants and about a mile from the Prado. Between Sol and Sevilla metro stations.
The décor in the 14 double rooms is neutral in the extreme, but at least there’s nothing to object to. It’s a lovely old building though, so it’s a bit of a shame that the rooms are devoid of character. Bit snug too, but rates are so reasonable, I shouldn’t really gripe about that. There’s air-conditioning, mini-bars, televisions and safes, and a cable internet connection. While there’s no traffic noise, you might hear people walking past after a night out, so ask for a room at the back if you think that might bother you.
Small open-brick lobby area.
Eating and drinking
There's no restaurant, but a buffet breakfast is served in the adjacent Café de Levante.
Fine for this level of hotel. Reception staff are happy to help you book trips, hire cars etc.
Who stays there
Tourists who want to be somewhere central and just need somewhere clean and comfortable to sleep.
The rate for a double room including breakfast is pretty good value. Free cable internet in rooms.
- High-Speed Internet
- Culture vultures
- First-time travellers
- Mature travellers
Pros & Cons
- Good value
- Rooms lack character