Room was above a bar but I don't know whether it is normally noisy, as it was closed for two weeks. Staff not always available. One person met us in the evening (I believe she works noon to 8:00 pm), another set up the breakfast smorgasbord and was available while we ate, another came in and did the cleaning.
The nearby church played carillon music every fifteen minutes, day and night. Very pleasant, and not overly loud.
Lots of nearby shops, museums, restaurants, pretty areas to walk through. Right across from grocery store so we could save on cost of eating out.
We arrived in early October so there were many festivities for annual celebration of 1500's victory over the Spaniards.
Lots of quiet narrow winding streets. One was quite wide but I believe cyclists were supposed to walk rather than ride on that one. No traffic in that area of town, except the occasional delivery van early in the morning.
Distance to the train station was ten to twenty minutes, depending on your walking speed. City bus came often (every fifteen minutes?) to edge of town, right beside the large church.