It’s all about location at this converted convent turned low-cost locanda. It is just a few blocks away from Stazione Principe and on the edge of the Old Town, which can be viewed from the hotel terrace. Most of the rooms are very basic (think modular, modern furniture without much personality), but some still retain the building’s original 16th-century character, with high ceilings (rooms numbered in teens) or vaulted ones (rooms numbered under 10). Some top-floor rooms come with the added charm of balconies and views over the Old Town and harbor (best from no. 56). There’s an apartment (3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms) that sleeps six, perfect for those traveling with a few kids or on a tight budget. The owner is friendly, helpful with sightseeing tips, and offers the occasional free aperitivo for guests.