With its opulent and funky modern furnishings, this luxury hotel is as popular with business travelers as it is with visiting artists and musicians. Gray marble and chrome are prominent throughout the pop art–meets–Art Deco interior. A multi-million dollar renovation was completed in late 2012 and transformed the suites, which now have modern wall murals, as well as new linens, bold lighting, and modern furniture. Spacious suites feature new, high gloss kitchens. Several
of the third-floor suites open onto to private Japanese gardens. Outstanding services (including courtesy limousine rides into the city each morning) and a swank clientele make this one of the best picks on the city's fringe.
May 13, 2003
I stayed here for ten days and loved every minute! They were filming a movie "Salem's Lot" with Robe Lowe. And everytime I was in the lobby I saw a STAR. It was very cool. The hotel is smack dab in the middle of shopping and great restaurants. There is a movie theater next door and a mall with another theater a few blocks down the street. It's art-deco but not too stark. The colors throughout the hotel are beautiful as well as the pieces of
art. If you have the money, it is well worth the stay!