Life is sweet at this centurie's old Venetian mansion, and I'm not just talking about the treats that are left on guests' pillows each evening. Each of the ooms is named after one of the Greek gods or goddesses, and each has something distinctive about them, whether it be a mural in the bathroom or a wrought iron four poster beds. (All of the beds are quite, quite comfortable, by the way). In the center of the charming courtyard is a small pool, a wonderful place to cool off after a long afternoon of sightseeing. One warning: there are no elevators here, so if you have any mobility impairments, ask for a first floor room.