This grande dame set in a private tropical garden at the edge of the bay—a local landmark for a century, and starting to show its age—still maintains a somewhat faded aura of luxury and comfort. Reached by some rough-looking roads, it has changed hands several times in recent years but retains its essential character, though some renovations could help return it to its former glory. A stroll around the grounds reveals such relics as an ancient Greek temple at the water's edge. Large rooms are individually furnished, with the nicest having an art-nouveau flavor. Spacious public rooms unfold onto a terrace and restaurant.