Centered around a green and tranquil English garden, this Anglican/Episcopal establishment is welcoming to all travelers. In fact, we’d say that the service is what makes St. George’s special: The tireless staff dispense savvy travel and dining advice from morning until night, always with a smile. Guest rooms, as you might imagine, are somewhat monastic, but they can vary in shape and size, so ask to see a few before you check in. All have air-conditioning, thankfully. If you like quiet, try for a room away from the bar or the street. The cavelike lounge (open in the evenings until midnight) is an unusual extra and contributes to the congenial, mildly English ambience.