We actually did look at a number of 3 & 4 star hotels before settling on a 1 star hostal as there was really so little difference in the rooms. The location was great, down a narrow street behind the Alcazar, a short walk to the Plaza de Zocodover and plenty of cafes nearby for the morning Café con leche. The hotel had some 12 or so rooms but they also had a lift. The room was pleasant and was furnished in pine with white walls and bright yellow curtains and yellow bedspread. It was clean. Although the bathroom was small the water was hot & the showerhead a good pressure.
The room tariff also included ducted airconditioning. They don’t tell you on checkin but they turn the airconditioning off at night around 11pm until 7am. When this occurred on the first night they turned it back on when I rang down to Reception. When I made a point of explaining that was one of the reasons we took the room they did leave it on for us the following nights. We paid 40 euros a night. The main Receptionist was very helpful and more than happy to recommend spots to eat, drink and see.
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