Converted from a Jesuit school, this excellent centrally located hotel with spacious rooms is a two-minute walk from the main square. The decor goes for a historical feel, with lots of scrolly dark wood. A few rooms have drop-dead views of the castle, so ask to see several before choosing. Note that some double rooms have two narrow single beds, whereas some singles have beds large enough for two. The restaurant offers top-notch dining in a setting that's formal but not
Sep 13, 2010
The location of the hotel has an interesting history and is ideal for those wanting to be among the millions that throng this picturesque city. The costumed wax figures in the public rooms and all of the statues and portraits of the infant Jesus got a bit tiresome. We had a fine meal in the restaurant one evening. Our room, however, was almost tiny.
May 10, 2010
This hotel was not up to the standards that we expect in this price range. Service was slow and no smile in sight. Hotel room was tiny with no view. Thankfully the staff did help more on checkout day. Location was good.