Business Traveler (USA) - - TRIED & TESTED -

The 413 gue­strooms are di­vided into six cat­e­gories – Deluxe Room, Premier Room, Club Room, Club Room Premier, Suite Room and Suite Premier. My Club Room Premier room was taste­fully fur­nished, al­though the wooden dé­cor is be­gin­ning to show its age.

The lux­ury ho­tel is in the midst of re­fur­bish­ing its Deluxe Rooms, with the new de­sign fea­tur­ing a darker, more con­tem­po­rary pal­ette.

The Club Room Premier of­fers a solid range of ameni­ties that busi­ness trav­el­ers would ap­pre­ci­ate, in­clud­ing fast WiFi and wired In­ter­net ac­cess and a large work desk with three power ports. The in-room iron­ing board com­ple­ments the stan­dard M Club priv­i­lege of daily com­pli­men­tary laun­dry/press­ing for two pieces of cloth­ing.

It was re­fresh­ing to stay in a ho­tel that had light­ing con­trolled by sim­ple on-off switches that were easy to man­age. A mi­nor com­plaint is the lack of power out­lets at the bed­side, which meant that all mo­bile charg­ing had to be done on the work­table.

The bath­room came with a rain shower and a bathtub. The pres­sure of the rain shower was ex­cel­lent and I ap­pre­ci­ated be­ing able to change the wa­ter tem­per­a­ture to my lik­ing quickly. evening canapés, one-hour com­pli­men­tary use of the at­tached meet­ing room, and late check-out at 3:00 PM (sub­ject to avail­abil­ity).

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