I'll start off with the cons as that's definitely shorter list:
No free wifi, it was quite expensive actually, however I was recommended to go up the street to a bar that had free wifi.
The beds weren't the best, had some trouble getting comfortable on one of my two nights.
Pretty thin walls and could hear your neighbours, but most everyone was conscious of that and kept quiet late at night and early morning.
Now for the pros.
The staff were fantastic, I arrived in Granada having tried to get Alhambra tickets and finding they were sold out online for a week. I had resigned myself to waiting in line at 7AM at the ticket office to get in. However I encountered Stephanie at reception and she was phenomenal. Spent 30 minutes with me, booked me a ticket at the exact time I wanted, and answered a slew of other questions I threw at her in two different languages. Both she and the morning staff member (Cathy?) were extremely helpful in all aspects and they speak the languages of the majority of their guests (eng,fre,ger,esp)
The rooms were quiet spacious and had all the amenities. Location of the hotel itself couldn't be beat. Step outside and you're minutes from everything. Don't bother with breakfast in the hotel, head out onto the street and find a nice cafe, do some people watching.
Overall one of the best stays I have had in Spain and of the 3 hotels I booked based on Lonely Planet, this was the only one I was truly satisfied with.
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