This used to be a simple, two-story, wood-and-zinc hostel, but a fire changed all that, and now it’s a modern, five-story hotel. The best rooms face west and have volcano-view balconies. Of these, the top two floors are the best, as their views aren’t blocked by Hotel Las Colinas (see below) and other nearby buildings, plus are only a few dollars more a night. Inside, the rooms are fairly plain, with white tile floors and locally made furnishings that show a hint of Japanese aesthetics. The restaurant is open only for breakfast, but you’re right in the heart of downtown and close to all the restaurants and shops.