1. The Robes
If a boxing robe and your fave old hooded sweatshirt met for sexytime, they would give birth to these robes. Supposedly, this is a throwback to the old Hotel Breslin building's history legend has it that the place once sheltered boxer Joe Louis.
2. The (not so) Minibars
Most of the rooms here have gigantic, fully-stocked Smeg fridges. And they're awesome, chock full of everything from Vitamin Water to Heineken mini-kegs. When summer rolls around, expect to find frozen goodies (you know, ice cream) in the freezer portion at prices that won't cause you to cry into the pint container.
3. The Vibe
Yes, we realize this is kind of a vast generalization, but we'll be the first to say that the rooms didn't feel like hotel rooms; they definitely felt more like cozy apartments than sterile Manhattan hotel rooms. Part of this has to do with the darker, edgier color scheme, original art and lack of fugly carpet, and part of it was due to the homey touches like the record players perched on the desks.