This place has the feeling of a boutique hotel whose heyday is behind it. The pictures appear to be from when it opened in 2016 – it hasn’t been maintained well since.
Checkin is virtual.
A kind woman came to offer me hangers.
Bed is comfortable with good linens.
Decent built-in desk.
No concierge or amenities in the lobby as pictured.
The elevator is broken, yet I was given a room on the top floor.
The door is thin, with only the one electronic lock, with evidence of poorly repaired damage all around it. My neighbors were chaotic, and I would have appreciated an extra deadbolt on the door.
The wifi is a mess of consumer-grade hotspots. My own hotspot was faster.
There were no hangers (initially).
There’s a radiator, but no valve to turn it on. No A/C.
There’s a kitchenette with a fridge, freezer, and microwave, but no plates or flatware.
There’s a TV (didn’t try it), but no remote.
Light fixtures sag out of the ceiling or are missing their globes.
The smoke detector was missing.
The shower doesn’t seal well, but the shower head is powerful and floods the bathroom. Water damage all over as a result.
No hand soap or hair dryer.
Spotted a few bugs.