From the street, this hotel looks very modest. Walk through the doorway, though, and you’ll find an attractive small courtyard with tropical plants, a tiny semi-indoor pool, and a nice brick-and-stucco building of several floors. The rooms are all spic-and-span. The best rooms are those on the top two floors with private balconies and an excellent view of the lake. In fact, only five rooms here don’t have a lake view, so when you reserve or check in, be sure you get one that does. There’s a popular restaurant on the ground floor. These folks also have an in-house tour company, and are owned by the same company as a couple of other nearby hotels, in case this one is full.