Spring Hill’s Ovolo Incholm embraces old-world hospitality, holding true to the building’s charming original 1930s style. The hotel’s expansion in 2014 increased the number of rooms from 26 to 50, including one- and two-bedroom rooms and two-level loft suites. Each room is bespoke and different, from intricate details such as wallpaper texture to more obvious differences like carpet and hard furnishings. Throughout the hotel, its rich history is obvious, and although guests are treated with modern luxuries, it still exudes a certain clandestine character. From the original silky-oak-lined elevator (with a new motor of course) to mirrored ceiling panels in the lobby, you’ll feel as though you’ve stepped into another time all together. And when hunger strikes or your looking to wet your whistle, you can meet your comrades at in-house restaurant Salon de co.