Excellent with a few weird detriments.
Posted Aug 11, 2016 on Orbitz
We had a lovely stay in the Dan Boutique Hotel. The decor, though not entirely current everywhere was ALMOST current everywhere. (It looked like it had been renevated around ten years ago.) There were a lot of nice design details and both the private rooms and the common areas were pleasant to be in and furnished/designed nicely.
The rooms were spacious and comfortable, and versatile enough to accommodate our family for various situations (sleeping, hanging out and playing, picnicing, etc.) The cold drinks available continuously in the lobby were a nice touch. The air conditioning in the room was definitely strong enough despite the intense heat outdoors.
Overall we had a lovely stay and would go back in a heartbeat.
Now for the weird things.
1 - The hallway smelled funky. It was kind of like sniffing an airplane.
2 - The bathrooms were not vented to the temperature control, so while our room was a very comfortable temperature, the bathroom was essentially a free sauna. There was a window in there that let in a cool breeze in the evening. We may have been able to include it in the AC had we been willing to leave the door open but we didn't try because of our toddlers.
3 - Not a big deal but it would have been nice if there was a hot water urn available over the Sabbath. There was hot water available but there was a question (for me) as to whether it was previously/continuously heated. Not relevant unless you are Sabbath-observant.