This was the worst place I stayed during two weeks in Spain.
The room was awkward since the bed and a giant cabinet behind it were positioned in the middle of the floorspace, taking up almost the entire room, leaving only narrow paths between the bed and wall. You practically had to walk sideways around the bed, which also made the room an obstacle course in the dark -- and you can't even reach a light switch from the bed, so you HAVE TO walk in the dark to get to bed!
And because there's no night stand, there was no convenient place to put my phone to charge during the night, so I had to again navigate the dark just to check the time.
The only furniture was a gross plastic lawn chair.
The shower dripped all night (I think every time someone upstairs flushed a toilet), the bartender was rude, the bed hard, and the location far from anything of interest.
I had booked two nights here, but because of the massive flight cancellations during the Omicron surge, my flight was moved up and I wanted to cancel my second day, since I would be on a plane. The manager refused, hiding behind "hotel policy," even though cancelling just one of the days still gave them more than 24 hours to fill the room, which was completely unreasonable. There's no reason he couldn't have refunded me one day, but I guess it's hotel policy to rip people off.