I don't know either. Why not email them through the Hostal Persal
website to ask for specifics.
My guess is that it may include toast (not cold, but you-toasted), butter/margarine/olive oil, marmalade/jam, juices and coffees. I'd guess you could re-fill on coffee. But you never know in these places. In some places they set it before you at your tables and that's that.
Would you please return to this/your thread upon staying at Hostal Persal to not only tell us about the breakfast but to review the "hostal" itself? It's been a long time since we've read anything about this place.UPDATE:
If you look at the "Services" video on their website, there's a 3-second moment where the camera scans over what must be the breakfast of a croissant, coffee, teas are displayed too, and something which probably holds butters and jams. If that's not enough (and it may not be for some people), as steve robinson says above, there are other places nearby to get breakfast. Keep in mind the Spanish breakfast is usually small like this and so other bars may serve not much more than toasted bread with olive oil.
Thanks! Saludos, MadridMan
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