Behind a rococo facade dating from at least 1408 is a surprisingly contemporary interior that breaks out of any cookie-cutter notion of the hotel’s Best Western affiliation. Some noteworthy design touches appear in the skylit rotunda downstairs and in guest quarters of all sorts of sizes and styles upstairs. Most accommodations, some of the best in town and priced accordingly, lean toward crisp, clean lines and a businesslike look, though some veer off into odd shapes and more traditional and more posh decor. The buffet breakfast is extra.