Exterior, Facilities, Layout, Vibe, Food and Drink, Technology, Recreation
I find the lavish lobby a great place to relax while admiring the wonderful art pieces and fresh elaborate floral displays. The roses are stunning!
AAA Inspector Notes
A traditional afternoon tea is served in the drawing room at this landmark 1864 hotel, which is convenient to theaters and shopping districts. The appointments at this property, from the ornate crown molding to the intricately patterned inlays in the lobby flooring to the Tiffany lamps in the guest rooms, are all designed with royalty in mind. Rooms are spacious and feature solid wood furnishings with a nod to the Victorian era in the decor style, yet contemporary amenities like flat-panel TVs and Bose entertainment systems provide all the comforts of the modern age.
Smoke free premises. 110 units. 2-3 stories, interior/exterior corridors.
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