I strongly recommend the Rachmaninov Art-Hotel, also known as the Antique Hotel Rachmaninov. Wonderful location, very helpful, friendly staff. It's a quirky hotel, with art by local artists all over the hotel, including the doors of each room. Said to be where Rachmaninov lived and you can readily believe it. The place is evocative of the 19th century. The drawback is a long flight of stone stairs, quite wonderful to look at, but a workout at the end of a day of touring! Still, they lend an air of authenticity and if your legs are strong, you wont mind them.