Even travellers with aristocratic tastes will raise an approving eyebrow at the neobaroque furnishings, sophisticated restaurant and exemplary service at Marrol's. Rooms are plush, in soft shades of ivory and gold, with king-sized beds. The breakfast buffet – sorry, banquet – is out of this world, and there's a lobby bar with fireplace.
Being a five-star between the old town and the river, it's unsurprising that extras at Marrol's, like parking and the private spa, don't come cheap. Minimum three-night stays may apply in summer. Book ahead for discounts.