This hotel is a popular choice for guests of the university as it is adjacent to the south campus. It's only about a 15 minute walk to the old town, though not the ideal location for a tourist.
My room was quiet and had a window overlooking a yard and campus. The walls seem a bit thin, though I had no problems with noisy neighbors.
The room and en suite bathroom were clean, and the bed was comfortable. The room was small, but by no means cramped--actually pretty spacious for an urban European hotel. Accommodations are basic--there is a small TV (Spanish channels only), towels, soap, and bedding are provided along with a desk, wardrobe and phone. That's about it.
There is a sitting room downstairs with an old computer with an internet connection. I opted to use wi-fi at a cafe across the street instead. There is an elevator. No food is served, but there many several restaurants nearby for meals.
Note, the chatty proprietors speak Spanish, French, and I think Italian, but not English. So you need to either know a bit of one of those languages or have a phrase book. At night, you do have to ring the doorbell for entry.
Overall, a tourist will probably prefer to spend a bit more for a better location and/or a place with a bit more character, but at a mere 36 euro per night, overall it was a good value and a good place to stay.
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