Beware that this hotel does not have a lift, especially if you are
carrying more than a carry-on piece of luggage. Staff, however, are
happy to help you lug it up and down. In spite of the room description,
there is no real city view. Just some roofs.
Most importantly, it is NOISY! there is a restaurant at street level, with a terrace, and often there a is group of musicians that stop by and sing.... The music is quite nice, but loud and they will remain singing if the patrons encourage them. So, if you need to sleep before 1 am, this is not the place for you.
Also, there is no AC, only a pedestal fan. So, there is no option of closing the window to avoid the noise (they are not soundproof either).
Finally as many downtown European town hotels, the access is complicated through a very narrow street, with only a small inlet for one car, to temporarily check in or check out. The hotel gives a nice discounted rate on a nearby ( 4-5 blocks) covered parking.
The hotel offers a continental breakfast, with plenty of sweet breads, nuts and dried fruits. No eggs or fruit juice.
Very central, just behind the cloister. There is a gorgeous little
rooftop terrace that allows you to see the back of the cloister (see
pictures on the page) and have a quiet self-catered dinner overlooking
the roofs of the cloister and church as the sun sets (do bring mosquito
repellent!). Staff was very nice, friendly and helpful. Excellent wifi