The hotel is a nice conversion of an older building. They've invested heavily in redecorating the place to give it a "hip" feel-- almost too much. But it's definitely a nice space. Ground floor is beautiful. Reception staff were very professional.
We had a king suite, which was a nice size. We book these expecting a door between the living room and bedroom as we put our kids on the sofa bed, but it was really just one room here. The sofa bed was stylish as a couch but super uncomfortable as a bed. It folds a bit every time you move.
The room was "smart" wired, but we found it dark and hard to figure out how to turn on/off certain lights. Very clean, but the carpet was old and needs replacing (or why not go hardwood at this price point?).
We had extremely mixed dining experiences. The dinner was outstanding. I'd seen mixed reviews, but steak, pasta special, the bread and butter appetizer (maybe best bread and butter combination we've ever had- weird to say but true) were all excellent and "Z" was a great waiter. The free breakfast was underwhelming and close to outright bad. A simple continental setup, but no fruit. The pastries were shrink wrapped (maybe a covid thing?) and must have been 2-3 days old. There was no sugar out for the coffee, and after 5 or so minutes looking for an employee, we gave up. The pre-made breakfast sandwiches (e.g., bagel, egg, cheese) were a nice idea, but soggy and mushy and lukewarm.