This is a very modern hotel connected to a convention complex and cut off by highways and broad streets from the more inviting pedestrian-friendly, tourist-pleasing sections of the city. Rooms are a little stark but very well appointed with great baths--big showers. One desk chair in my room was broken, a bad sign in a hotel at this price. There's a very attractive gym and spa up on the roof, but this is definitely more a hotel for a business or conference visit than for a pleasurable visit to this spectacular city.
Upon arrival we were greeted by friendly doorman, helpful check in clerks, and a delightful atmosphere. The tower room was gorgeous and well planned from the heated bathroom floor to the twice a day maid service, well stocked bar,and very comfortable yet tasetful furniture. I would go back time and time again!
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