Hotel St. Cecilia
The Saint Cecilia, named for the patron saint of music, was designed by local hotelier Liz Lambert. The property is the epitome of cool: Lambert drew inspiration from artists, musicians and writers from the 1960s and 70s. The property’s 14 rooms are split between a 1880s mansion with front and side porches and modern, two-story bungalows. The hotel also has a hip bar and indoor/outdoor lounge space. Turndown and 24-hour room service are amongst the many amenities the property offers.