The rooms surround a five-story atrium flooded with light at this centrally located hotel. They have little personality, but are clean and well equipped, with a few little extras. Those facing the street are bright, but can be noisy on weekends. If you're a light sleeper, take a room in the back. Try to get a room on the fourth floor—the lower floors get less sunlight because they are blocked by the building next door. There's a decent restaurant and bar on the ground level.