Exterior, Facilities, Layout, Vibe, Food and Drink, Technology, Recreation
Top 25% of all hotels based on cleanliness and condition.
Every room is decorated with a Magic 8-ball (a local invention). I predict you will have an elegant, pleasurable stay at this downtown hotel.
AAA Inspector Notes
Once a 1907 department store, this former temple to commerce has been reinvented as a stylish temple for travelers. Guest rooms have walnut veneer furniture and foyers with wood-grain tiles. The guest rooms are a creative synthesis of traditional and modern elements with an emphasis on local decorative objects. The walls are antique colors (such as aubergine), and appointed with plush drapes and upholstered headboards. These elements combine to create a sensual effect reminiscent of the grand movie theaters of the 1930s. Bathrooms have large quartz-top vanities, local photo art, well-lit glass, and tile showers. Many rooms and public areas are decorated with images of the local John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge. Some rooms and public areas are also decorated with art reproductions of the sultry Vargas Girls. The elegantly appointed restaurant (specializing in local dishes) opens out onto a courtyard that is an inviting urban nook, perfectly situated for a conversation over beverages or a leisurely dinner.
Smoke free premises. 114 units. 7 stories, interior corridors. Accessibility (Call).
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