A sense of tasteful, old world comfort begins in the downstairs hall and sitting room and continues into the large guest rooms, nicely done up with parquet floors, well-coordinated fabrics and draperies (green color schemes in some rooms, red in others), and many nice flourishes, like inviting and handy table-and-chair arrangements in all the rooms and small “reading” alcoves with day beds in many. This old palace just inside the walls also has plenty of practical conveniences, including an easy-to-reach location (parking is adjacent) and a short stroll from the sights and train station. The San Luca does not have an in-house restaurant, but an extremely pleasant bar off the lobby serves light snacks.