As part of the Kimpton chain you could tell as you walked through the lobby that they paid attention to small details. An interesting and unique chandelier made up of light bulbs:
The floors had the MC Escher/Qbert thing going on. A nice touch but a bit dizzying.
In terms of covering the basics, this place had it all. Free wi-fi was a bit slow but did its job. TV was flat screen and just big enough.
Bed was comfortable, no complaints. The bed and pillows were just firm enough...made for a very peaceful night's sleep.
The bathroom was stocked with wonderful L'Occitane bath products.
Extra nice touch was the hosted evening wine hour they have between 5p-6p. We stayed on the 5th floor where they had a table set up with a nice guy who poured you free wine. A GREAT way to take a nice break before your evening festivities.
Overall? Service was excellent. We checked in quickly, no hassles. As we were retiring for the night, it was always nice to see the bellman greeting us at the door. The hotel actually starts on the 5th floor, we had no problems with noise from the street below. We booked through the website at $195/night. It was a smaller boutique hotel that was pretty basic and that covered the necessities plus some. At that $200 range we felt like we were getting a great deal given the location and the amenities. There was a gym and a business center on the 5th floor along with a restaurant.
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