Comfortable, wood-paneled rooms, some with balconies, overlook a garden or the mountains, and all are swathed in the charming ambience of this inn from 1798. First-rate dining is available in the Art Nouveau Ristorante Van Gogh, among the city's best in blending German traditions with Italian methods; the eclectic menu changes frequently. A convivial, traditional 17th-century Tirolean stube serves more rustic fare. In summer the courtyard is filled with the scent of barbecue
from the outdoor garden restaurant.