we wanted a nice relaxing weekend away filled with fun, elegance and relaxation. This was a nice hotel and I highly recommend diner on the Terrace. It's a beautiful view and the food is delicious but the drinks are pricy.
Excellent location and the price was almost $100/night cheaper than a hotel that is close to this location and was not as impressive. The rooms were surprisingly quiet as we never heard the people next to us or any noise from the hall. The staff
was extremely nice to my older parents. None of us are big on hanging out in the hotel, so we have no comment on the restaurant, bars, gym/pool, or business center. We loved the convenience to the train so we could explore the city. I will stay here again, hopefully in the near future.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Long walk from hotel
Take the train to Clinton stop on the green line and go to AVEC. You'll have to wait and there is not seating for patrons (consider if you have seniors with you) waiting for a table, but the food is some of the best! Hot Chocolate is not a far train ride and I had the best braised rabbit ever. Finally, The Greek Islands is a not to miss place and a short walk from another convenient train stop. It's obviously real Greek food (if you've never had Greeks cook for you) because Greek families eat there. This hotel is excellent for shoppers as well!
Our room was spacious and very clean. Fastest check-in and check-out that we have ever experienced. One problem with the TV remote was resolved very quickly by a friendly, knowledgable staff person. The hotel description was right on and we
would definitely stay here again.
We aksed [...], the concierge for recommendations for shows, etc. We asked if he could secure tickets for us to see a show while we were there and he told us to go to the business center to purchase tickets ourselves and that he could not do so.
He a concierge! That's his job! Also, the business center was not a free and we had to pay just to use the computer.