The courtyards, vaulted brick lobby, and breakfast room of this 15th-century noble's palazzo retain much of their lordly Renaissance flair. The guest rooms are decidedly more down-to-earth, but standard doubles and some of the enormous bi- and tri-level suites have faux-Persian rugs, tapestries, and cozy antique furniture. Top-floor rooms and suites resemble a Colorado ski lodge, complete with terraces, and are roomy—which makes them especially good for families. Everything here, including the room service, is impeccable. The location is quiet but fairly convenient.