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Hotel Adagio

At a Glance

    Pros

  • close to theater district
  • on a bus route
  • many deals online

    Cons

  • street noise
  • side streets can be dodgy at night
  • expensive parking
  • adjacent to a popular outdoor bar

Hotel Adagio Review

The Spanish-colonial facade of this 16-story, theater-row hotel complements its newly renovated chic interior, a whimsical nod to pop art with orange and lavendar accents. Recently aquired by Marriott Autograph collection, Hotel Adagio has the steady backing of a trusted brand paired with boutique-hotel charm. The lobby houses a bar and restaurant hidden behind a sizable geometric wall of mirrors and glass bottles, where techies take advantage of the free Wi-Fi in public spaces. Decent-sized rooms play on hues of fog, spring grasses, and Merlot grapes, with a dose of modern chrome and glass, and half the rooms have city views; two penthouse suites boast terraces overlooking the neighborhood. Additional amenities include flat-screen TVs, room service, and Wi-Fi (fees apply).

    Hotel Details

  • 169 rooms, 2 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 05-02-2013

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