Not at all what I was told!
I arrived there with my daughter, thinking we were going to pamper ourselves. First problem was finding A parking spot to unload our bags, there was NO valet parking or anyone on site to help. After going around the block 4 times we stopped at the front door where the sign reads "valet parking" put the bags in the room and in less than 8 minutes got an $55.00 ticket for parking at the door. Front rooms are very noisy, they are facing a very busy avenue, so lots of busses and trucks,and NO double pane windows. The other room I stayed in was dark and depressing, hard to know if it was day or night, because the window looked straight to a brick wall 2feet away. Elevator doors are very close to the rooms and in need of some oil to make them run smoother. The room I was told by the owner had about $1,000.00 in bedding, my assumption was down comforter, great linen, great pillows.....well, I was wrong. The sheets were not soft (50/50 mixed) and not of good quality, there was a waffle cotton blanket on the bed, and the pillows were so thin, that I needed at least two or three to be comfortable. The closet was small and short, so forget about putting a short dress in it, so anything long was out of the question. Adding to that there were no drawers. The bathroom was SMALL, forget about taking a bath, only a shower, of course no bathrobes, Qtips, cotton balls, lotion, shower cap.
I am VERY familiar with boutique hotels, they should feel comfortable, and stand out by the DETAILS which you don't find at a chain hotel.
This hotel was planned by men for men, even though there isn't a place to hang a suit in the "closet".
The price I paid was $249.00 per day, I did not find that a deal.
I would definitely think twice before staying here again.