A three-floor Victorian house with a brassy hot-pink-and-lavender exterior offers a quiet elegance that you'd never imagine lies beyond its doors. A garden restaurant and art gallery add to the elegance of this converted, 80-year-old home on a block-long street that gets little traffic. Unsurprisingly, given the name of the place, rooms are tagged with names of flowers rather than numbers. We like the suites, which have raised bathtubs—two of them have whirlpool tubs
as well—and dramatic glassed-in balcony entrances. Smoking is permitted only in the hotel's common areas.