The hotel is in a good location in a quiet street close to the centre, although it can be difficult to find. If you're driving make sure to use your GPS! The main shopping streets and the buzz of the nightlife in the Alameda de Hercules are just five minutes away (in different directions), and the Barrio Santa Cruz and the main monuments about 15.
The 75 rooms are clean and nicely turned out, but don't expect to be super-impressed by any special attention to the décor, which is a bit non-descript. Single, double and triple rooms are available with satellite TV and minibar.
The two open courtyards with tiles, plants and fountains have glass ceilings, which let in lots of light and allows access year round. The cafe/bar and lobby have free WiFi.
Eating and drinking
The bar café, with seating both inside and in the courtyards, offers a nice selection of sandwiches and snacks as well as tapas and is open from 1.30-11pm.
Helpful English-speaking staff.
Who stays there
A real cross-section of guests, from single travellers and young couples to families.
Breakfast is extra and you can choose either a 10 euro buffet or order a la carte.
- Business Centre
- High-Speed Internet
- Room Service
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- First-time travellers
- Escaping the crowds
Pros & Cons
- Attractive public areas
- Difficult to find