This hotel occupies part of an old convent on the edge of the city centre. It has been very sensitively restored inside and out. Rooms were of a good size with double sink bathrooms. Ours overlooked a peaceful courtyard but given the nature of Salamanca's fascinating skyline I sure most of the rooms would have something worth looking at. We went in May and the storks were nesting on many of the high points of the city, including the towers just outside our window. The nature of the conversion means that the building is very complicated to get around and it is easy, initially to get lost. The grounds of the hotel are small but have shady seating areas and access to the bar. During our stay there was a noisy wedding which occupied some of the public space but otherwise things were peaceful. Breakfast was good with plenty of variety but don't arrive on the dot of opening as this is Spain, and things may not always be ready.
The only drawback of our stay was an unfortunate sulferous smell which occupied the lift next to our room and which, during our stay, get stronger and stronger until it was actually detectable in the room itself. By this time we were ready to check out but the hotel did express concern and promised to look into this. Why none of their owns staff had detected this is a mystery.More