This Wild West-style 10-room inn, a rare lodging opportunity in Old Town State Historic Park, harkens back to 1829, when it was a one-story adobe structure called Casa de Bandini. Forty years later, a wooden second story was added, along with a distinctive wraparound porch, and made into the Cosmopolitan Hotel. Recent renovations faithfully preserve the building's original character and intent. All rooms subscribe to a Victorian aesthetic. No flat-screens and marble bathrooms here—we're talking chain-pull toilets and claw-foot tubs. Guests can enjoy American and Mexican cuisine in the quaint dining room or on the outdoor patio. The saloon, the second oldest watering hole in the city, features old-timey decor and up-to-date cocktails. Live music—piano, jazz, Spanish guitar—spices up weekend evenings.