A pool and lively open-air bar and restaurant sit on Sunset Pier, a popular place to watch the sun sink into the horizon. Toast the day's end from private balconies that extend from spacious rooms that are both stylish and homey. High ceilings, hand-painted furnishings, wooden chests, and lavish whirlpool tubs create a personally designed look. This is a full-service resort, with excellent amenities such as a Thai-inspired spa—small and without locker rooms, but three
out of six of the treatment rooms come with a Japanese-style tub on the balcony—and a pool bar. Its second-floor, elegant restaurant is cleverly named Hot Tin Roof, a reference to its construction as well as to Tennessee Williams' Key West connection.