Flanked on either side by tall, skinny buildings, the mid-range, 80-room Hotel Bonaparte feels a bit claustrophobic even from the outside. And inside is no different: The all-black lobby, while swanky, is tiny with low ceilings. And the rooms are even smaller than most in this city -- it may take a minute to decide how best to navigate the minuscule space if there is more than one person in the room at a time. Still, the rooms are clean with updated amenities like flat-screen TVs, free minibars, and modern platform beds. One aspect that may bother some guests is the open flow into the bathrooms (in several cases, the bathroom is completely exposed through glass walls). Despite this openness, each bathroom is adorned in tiny, pretty iridescent tiles and features a walk-in shower. The property lacks a spa, fitness center, and meeting spaces, but there is a small cafe with a good happy hour special. With a central location near major metro lines, Hotel Bonaparte is a good option for both business travelers and tourists who are used to capsule hotels.