There’s nothing formulaic about this edgy, eclectic hotel at the heart of Getsemaní’s thriving cultural scene. Zen water features, vibrant foliage, flamboyant textiles, striking artworks, and finds from the well-traveled owner’s personal collection decorate every nook and cranny of this 17th-century colonial mansion. Individually conceived rooms with exposed-stone walls feature an elegant mismatch of colonial antiques, ethnic rugs, and modern design statements (all the art and objects in the hotel are available for purchase). There are stunning views over the ramparts from Casa Lola’s rooftop, complete with a small pool.