Nothing is ever too much at this elegant hotel that was formerly a private house—mattresses are handmade, sheets are 450-thread count, bathrooms are marble, and everything is done in impeccable taste. There are fine-grain woods, original prints, and soothing, country-chic furnishings throughout, and service is understated. All the rooms are spacious, but ask for one facing the front to get more space. The Outlaws at the Capital restaurant is a famous gathering place
of the rich and famous—its Michelin star means that you'll need to book your table well in advance.