Near the central square, this hotel dating from 1872 is both comfortable and economical, with worn yet clean rooms with hardwood floors, high ceilings, and wrought-iron beds. Those on the front of the building have balconies with wooden-shutter doors. The rooms vary widely in size (No. 19 is one of the largest, and has the best view), and some windows open onto an air shaft, so ask to see a few before you decide. The hotel has no restaurant, but it offers a continental breakfast and there are plenty of dining options in the neighborhood.