They weren't kidding about the awesomeness of the spinning cube closet; we want one for our cramped apartment stat; they should come standard in Manhattan! Other details to note are the peekaboo bathtubs in the deluxe rooms; standard rooms have a shower and more privacy with only a little frosted glass, but deluxe rooms let it all hang out, Standard Hotel-style.
The toilets are the only thing that get a door for privacy, as the bathtub is also partly a shower room, with glass doors and enough space to do the horizontal hula and then clean up with the C.O. Bigelow toiletries.
In the cheapest rooms, you get all the niceties of the deluxe room sans the big bathtub, sans a TV table/desk that doubles as a vanity, and sans the neat-o rotating closet. it's up to you to decide whether or not these design fripperies are worth shelling out another $60 or so per night as quoted starting room rates are $270 - $350, not counting suites because those aren't yet ready.
Overall, we get the sense that Andaz understands their primo business traveler location on Wall Street very well, but is also totally about being hip so long as functionality is preserved. It's like a grown-up and more refined Standard Hotel NYC, one that has maybe has a job in finance now and has to wear a suit, but hasn't lost the taste for great design.