As the name suggests, each room is indeed a suite—so you’ll find the conveniences of home, namely a microwave and mini-fridge both hidden away from sight in an mini-armoire that almost looks like a piece of art. In fact, the writing on the floor in green is a Robert Frost poem as well as the tiny writing on the bathroom.
Sleep and work-spaces are blessedly separate by an etched glass panel, and there even sofa beds in those separate areas, which families with children (or those who wind up with unexpected guests!) can appreciate. They’ll also appreciate the on-site laundry room. The work space features an ergonomic chair (yay for our backs!), but we’re glad we can go down to the lobby and print out documents using the free computers there as well.
Speaking of the lobby, chances are you’ll find yourself there a few times. One for the free hot breakfast in the morning. Like the Residence Inn, Hyatt Place and other brands of this caliber, this perk is a biggie. It’s a big buffet of just about everything you want, to satisfy a variety of appetites big to small with eggs, waffles and sausage to cereal, fruit and muffins.
If one’s feeling peckish in the middle of the evening—there isn’t room service, but instead, the hotel does have the Market, which has snacks and even microwavable food for purchase 24/7. We guarantee the Ben & Jerry’s Cake Batter ice cream is going to get scooped up by someone. And if that someone feels guilty, they can always hit the huge gym on the bottom floor and work all those feelings out.
We plugged in dates in July and found rooms starting at $279 per night.
[Photos: Chanize for HotelChatter]