This cheery little gam couldn't be better located: it's in the heart of old Parikia, surrounded by cute restaurants and boutiques,  and just a five-minute walk from the beach. The simple decor is nonetheless very pleasant, with sturdy furnishings, bright white walls and tile floors and lots of pops of marine blue. Beds are comfortable, the A/C works well (and blocks out any street noise) and if you find a speck of dust in these rooms, you're likely using a magnifying glass. But what makes Hotel Dina such a special place to stay is owner Dina herself, who is both helpful and charming. Heck, she'll even let you use her washing machine and drying line if you have laundry to do. Tip: The nicest room in number 8, at the back, with a balcony that faces a little chapel. It's so close you can almost reach out and touch the blue dome.