Located on a tiny alley hidden away in the Gothic Quarter, the Wittmore is one of the most recent of several boutique establishments in the old city. A living wall in the small atrium can be seen from almost all the rooms, which face inward. In fact, the lack of noise is the single most outstanding feature of the Wittmore; it feels absolutely silent despite its central location. Although the rooms are called “Tiny,” “Small,” and “Extra Small,” the names shouldn’t be taken too seriously—the “Small,” for instance, has a massive shower. Downstairs is a beautiful library, and decor throughout features lots of dark wood with splashes of intense red. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served in the handsome salon bar, and there’s a rooftop with lovely city views. The staff is as professional and accommodating as you would expect in a place of this quality. There is a no-children and a no-photography policy. To ensure the privacy of celebrities?