In the heart of the city, this family-owned hotel has been a local landmark for over a century. Its neoclassical facade, with flags from a dozen countries waving in the breeze, may remind you of small hotels in Spain. The lobby, with beamed ceilings and blue-and-beige tile floors, is well worn but very charming. The best rooms have French doors leading out to small balconies; the six suites have terrific views of the main square. Breakfast is served on the rooftop garden-terrace,
which overlooks the mountains. A waterfall drops into the beautiful tiled swimming pool.