This intimate hotel was built in 1960 on the ruins of a 17th-century Dutch fort (it was rebuilt in 1776 by the English but little is left of the old fort but a cannon). The hotel is blanketed in flowering vines, with spectacular vistas from private terraces of the harbor below (best views from rooms on the second floor). Rooms have a cheerful pastel palette, with wicker furnitures and touches of elegance here and there—plumped-up wingback chairs and high beamed ceilings—but the best thing about them are the big windows and sliding-glass doors opening onto the harbor. The hotel has a pool, but honeymoon and condo suites come with their own private pools. Steep stairs may make getting up and down tough for visitors with mobility issues.