It's more about comfort than style at this 44-room boutique. The gorgeous lobby is perhaps the most lavish part of the hotel, with its marble and stone floors, intricate moldings, and ornate ceiling. Guest rooms, however, are disappointingly no-frills. Most are small and sparsely furnished, with few amenities. The mini-fridges are empty and some of the flat-screen TVs are tiny. A highlight is the quaint rooftop terrace equipped for dining and drinks. The hotel's main selling point is its prime locale, which is great for tourists. However, extra fees -- for anything from Internet access to eggs at breakfast -- detract from its value.