Built in 1990, this hotel has a pleasant pseudo-Tudor exterior, although inside there's little in the way of old-world charm or character. Still, the rooms are well-kept and have cable TV. The rooms on the first floor are tiled, while those on the second floor are carpeted; I prefer the former, as the latter can get a tad musty at times. The hotel is located several blocks north of the downtown hub, in a somewhat quiet residential area. There's secure parking here, and if you don't have a car, a taxi to the city center should cost you around BZ$8 (US$4/£2.10).
- © Frommer's 2013