Two-hundred meters down the road from the archaeological park, this beautiful little hotel is in a two-level colonial-style building with a tin roof and wraparound terraces strung with hammocks. It’s set in its own gated compound, with a sprawling lawn surrounded by lush plants and a good-sized restaurant that stays open until 9pm with typical dishes. The rooms are rather plain, though well kept, plus they have hot water and decent Wi-Fi.