Close to transit and museums, mostly
Posted Jan 19, 2014 on Hotels
1) It's not a hotel, it's a series of hotel suites in an apartment building 2)Check in was difficult, the desk person worked for the apartment building and was a little hostile to me, which I imagine is just due to having to deal with tourists trying to sign into their hotel suites all the time 3)No room service or food options - the breakfast was a bowl of cereal, a yogurt, a juice box in the fridge refreshed every afternoon. 4)The rooftop pool was full of people that live in the apartment at all times (children, old people, etc, and unusable) 5) The wifi was terrible, kept signing in/out, bad reception, etc. Again, this is likely because I was on the 13th floor and the hotel had apartments in on other floors as well, but they shouldn't have advertised wifi availability 6) the bathroom only had two small recessed lights over the sink, so the shower wasn't lit and was dark with the curtain pulled back, the shower head also wouldn't stay on the fitting and had to be used as a handheld shower at all times (very annoying) 7) The straightening service came in and woke me up at 10am when I was told they wouldn't be knocking until after noon 8) I definitely wouldn't recommend this place unless they cut the price significantly, I had a better time staying in a hostel for a fraction of the cost.