This is classified as a three-star place, but if ambiance counted on the rating system, it would score higher. Its former incarnation as a convent endures, with an overarching peace and coziness, while bits of exposed brick and wood beams combine with the furniture to give it a distinctly classic feel. Rooms have air conditioning, mini-bars and safes not big enough for a laptop, but big enough for a netbook. Room 29, formerly the chapel, still has surviving wall frescoes.
Breakfast is included in the price with some, but not all rooms. Wi-fi is an extra charge.