This is one hotel where you won't want to go straight to your room: the open-air café on the ground floor is a great place for a cocktail, the rooftop pool and hot tub have a sweeping urban view, and the health club is among the city's best. This is a popular perch for traveling executives, so there is a well-stocked business center and half a dozen meeting rooms, but the restaurant offers a nightly folk-dancing show that draws plenty of tourists. The casino next door
does little for the look of the hotel, unfortunately.
Jun 9, 2006
I am usually a big Doubletree fan, but this one let us down. Lots of street noise. The room seemed a bit run down and dreary, though it was very big. Lobby also seemed a bit run down. Health club was not open. Hallways reeked of cigarette smoke. I think the Melia is better.
Mar 7, 2005
I think it was fun