We stayed three nights at Hotel Palacio del Obispo. A nice hotel in the middle of Graus that is a restored Bishop's Palace. A lot of the old stone work remains. Our room was decent sized with a very comfortable bed. Hot water was readily available in the shower. There were several English speaking channels on TV and very good WIFI connectivity as well. Breakfast is continental with the usual assortment of fruits, meats, yogurts and pastries. Nothing to write home about, but good enough to start your day. We had dinner at the hotel restaurant one night which was very good. Our waitress spoke very little English, and our Spanish is almost non-existent. Fortunately the young lady at the front desk, Racquel (hope I spelled that right) spoke both and was able to come in and translate. Both the girls at the front desk were extremely helpful and had suggestions on things to see and do in the area. Including the Basilica Virgen de la Peña right in town, and a nearby Buddhist Temple. Parking is on street and we were lucky each day to be able to park just down the road from the hotel. While not a typical place to stay for us, we would stay here again if we ever returned.
Stayed in Graus as it was a central location to have a look around the lower mountainous area of the Pyrenees, and found it to be a great look at a modern Spanish town that also had a significant history. The hotel was attractively located within a small plaza possessing plenty of character and atmosphere. Staff were friendly and went out of their way to make our stay awesome, even providing some photocopied sheets of attractions in the local area, which we found extremely helpful. The owner also spent some time extolling the virtues of various things in the area. Our room was spacious and very comfortable, bed awesome, and all in all a pleasure to stay in. The breakfasts were extremely well set up and were the best we had (although of course being kiwi, our breakfast preferences are different from Europeans). Understandably, any hotel in an inner city location is not going to have private carparking, however public parking was no problem in the streets nearby, and we never had much of a walk to our vehicle. Would definitely recommend to all travellers.