This hotel is located in a historical building: the old convent of the Dominicos de San Pablo, built in the 16th century. It's found in the outskirts of the city, in front of the famous Casas Colgadas. To get there you have to cross the iron bridge above the Hoz del Huécar. The building, as well as the environment and the views, is very beautiful. The building maintains its original architecture. The premises are situated around the central cloister and covered with windows so it can be used as a cafeteria.
My room was huge, with a rural surface (covered with a carpet) and wooden furniture of rural style, in line with the aesthetics of the old convent. Over the headboards there was a sort of canopy. In front of the bed there was a piece of furniture that looked like an old cupboard where the TV and the minibar were hidden. Next to it there was a full body mirror and a living room area with two small armchairs and a low table. From the window we had spectacular views of the gorge of Huecar River. The bathroom was also quite large, with everything you need, including a hairdryer.