The best part is that you are staying in a real seminary-- this building is incredible and unless you stay in a castle or some other Unesco heritage type building that wasn't originally a hotel, then you cannot have such a special experience. The price/location ratio is fantastic. It's pretty no frills, but I got a single and it wasn't too small and had its own bathroom and shower. It was clean. My recommendation for travelers with more than a shoe string budget is to stay here at least 1 day but best is 2 days and then shell out and enjoy some luxury; yet at the same time if money were no object and I could stay at the Reyes Catolicos suite, I would still spend a night or two here. This is no ordinary experience.