We did have some difficulty finding this hotel due to the one-way system in the city, so if you're driving make sure you have good driving directions!
When we eventually found it we were delighted, as it is quite an oasis in what seems to be a rather run-down part of the city. Set in lovely gardens with plenty of parking space inside the hotel gates. We had a room in the main building (Room 123). It was quite spacious, with a large bathroom, period furniture, chandelier etc. and a good outlook over the hotel gardens and beyond. There was no a/c, but we didn't need it as there were big windows and we were high enough to get a gentle cooling breeze.
The internal staircase was very narrow and steep with no lift, so getting our luggage up and down was challenging. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone having mobility issues, however there seemed to be quite a lot of 'garden room' accommodation, so if you can manage the flight of steps up from street level you might be ok.
Breakfast was an impressive spread in a fabulous period dining room, which has to be seen to be believed! The breakfast staff were very efficient at keeping everything refreshed.
We walked down to the city centre and back a few times, which took perhaps 20 mins, although the walk is not so pleasant at night, when it all feels a little bit unsafe. However there is a good bus service from just outside the hotel.
There are not many places to eat near the hotel, but we did have a really good, very reasonably-priced meal at the Restaurante O Forne, which is about 300 metres down the hill from the hotel. Another restaurant we tried was the Abadia, (about 15 mins walk into the city centre), which was very nice, but much more expensive.