The comfortable lobby of this small hotel has an open-air central courtyard with a fountain surrounded by plants. Each uniquely decorated room is equipped with a hammock, armoire, foot massager, and flat-screen TV; ceramic tile details can be found in every bathroom, and shower floors are encrusted with river stones—rooms No.3, No. 104, and No. 108 have Jacuzzis, too. There's a bakery on the premises, and the restaurant serves organic foods. A quaint on-site boutique sells folk art plus exclusive fashion designs from Pineda Covalin. If you're sensitive to noise, request a room toward the back.