The hotel is conveniently located near the bus stop and escalators that take you up to the old town. Directions to the property from Google Maps are wrong and it’s better to search for Puerta de Alfonso VI which is just around the corner.
Nicely put, the hotel is historic. In reality, the hotel is in need of attention and care. The grounds are in need of some cleaning and gardening. The hall to the hotel lift was stuffy and dusty as if it had not been cleaned out since its conception. The room was large, but the bathroom was cramped with the toilet and the bidet inches from each other. You need to walk between that few inches of space to reach the bathtub that only had half a glass so you had to take showers carefully. Upon entering the room, we found some hair in the bathroom and on the bed.
Front gates to the property closes at 7. After, you need to ring a bell that may or may not work or wait for someone to leave to get back in.