This hotel is located in the former episcopal palace right in front of the massive cathedral. Since it is on a plaza there is plenty of parking. In fact we parked right next to the entrance. This hotel is all about location. Spectacular views of the Alagón River are only a few steps away and you can walk around the narrow streets of the old walled town, which is filled with well-preserved stately homes of the sixteenth and seventeenth nobility. The people at reception were friendly and helpful. There is a high-quality restaurant on the premises although we didn't eat breakfast there preferring to have coffee and toast for 2.20EUR at the small cafeteria.
Not really a four-star but comfortable nonetheless. Access can be a problem at first especially if you have a large car since the streets are narrow and maze-like. This of course is not the hotel's fault but that of medieval planners who had no idea later generations would drive cars much less SUVs.More