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The reception area is magnificent and certainly makes an impression. Sadly the rest of what we saw did not have the same impact. The rooms are sparse and badly furnished, even a little dirty. We arrived on a Sunday and the bar and restaurant were...More
It was clean and staff were friendly and accommodating. This place is a jewel from decades gone by. We only stayed one night, as we were passing through. We chose a room in the old section, which has not been renovated. Breakfast in their restaurant...More
The reviews and pictures describing the interior of the hotel show how fantastic it is ... they even have three original phone booths !
We walked around the hotel, and had a late lunch in their dining room. Immediate friendly service, clean and well appointed...More
Loved the lobby, the grand staircase and the fact that the hotel tried to maintain the historic feel of the building. The dining room was lovely, the staff attentive and pleasant and the food was extremely good. The only negative was the bathtub was slippery...More
The lobby is impressive with its marble staircase and stained glass wall and ceiling. Lots of old world charm there. (with the exception of the gas fireplace) The room we stayed in was a very nice size with 2 queen beds and it was clean....More