Posted Feb 28, 2017
I got a fairly good deal on my room, so at the price I paid the hotel was a reasonable value.
I had to switch rooms twice--the first one had the loudest air conditioner/heater that I've ever heard, felt like I was in a wind turbine. The second room didn't have a tub, which I was hoping for. They put me into an upgraded room (I think) to make up for it, which, aside from being a little drafty, was pleasant.
The staff were nice and helpful across the board, if not totally professional (some were, others seemed to be very new on the job) but the feeling is a positive one.
Free wifi is a huge bonus, and location too, if you're in town for work, as I was. Building is old, and even though it's been renovated it feels creaky and a little flimsy. Rooms are small, as with most centrally located boutique hotels. The whole 60s theme is a little Vegas-y, but not over the top. One thing I felt was that it wasn't particularly clean, and that overall something was off. So not great, but also if you get a deal like I did it's the best value in its class.
The restaurant next door has room service--both times I ordered it arrived cold and was fairly unappetizing.
Bottom line, decent hotel with room for improvement--I wouldn't return unless it was on sale again.