Sleek modern rooms come equipped with amenities uncommon in this price range, like soundproof windows (the hotel faces the sometimes noisy harborfront), hair dryers, and wireless internet. There's also a roof garden, rooftop pool, and hot tub. A small marble lobby connects to a chic, street-level café along the town's waterfront, a perfect place for people-watching.
May 10, 2011
An overall bad experience with this hotel. I had a reservation in town, but couldn't remember the exact name of the hotel, when I asked them if it was with them, they said yes and gave me a key. I realized in the morning, and was quite frustrated, the woman at the desk wouldn't apologize, and simply stated as she wasn't there the night before she couldn't comment. The room itself was below average, the linen seemed clean, but the shower was dirty,
the view was horrible, and if they sound-proofed the windows, well they shouldn't have bothered because the gap under the door to the hallway is sufficient to allow any and all noise into the room. The bathroom also seemed to resonate with the water sounds of surrounding rooms. I only stayed overnight and did not see the pool, terrace or hot-tub mentioned in the description. The location is good, the breakfast average, and the customer service poor, I imagine you can do better for your money.