For a treat, try to book a room with a view of the Museo Nacional de Cerámica so that you can wake up to a vision of the stunning baroque facade of the building. The hotel occupies the 18th-century former palace of the Duke of Cardona and maintains a sense of quiet decorum from the graceful main stairway to the tasteful traditional furnishings in the guest rooms. As you might expect of an older building, the rooms tend to vary in size, shape, and amenities. Some have private balconies and others are fairly small; inquire carefully when booking. A central location on an architecturally distinguished street is a plus.