Room; a plush haven! 😍
Despite dark + vampy decor & petite metreage, the full-wall window + sliding doors on the bedr- kept it "roomy".
Danish Modern open-plan bathr- with its dual white sinks atop a storage space in same dark wood as elsewhere, rain shower beside steep-sided bath (the black marble all around made the white tub a centerpiece), & wall over vanity that rolls back to open a window to bedr- were all features that kept that space from feeling cramped. Many have complained about the toilet (technically hidden behind a wall, but lacks own door), but it's discreet from the bedr- as long as all sliding walls are closed, & privacy requires only that user have the bathr- to themselves – common enough in hotels, anyway.
The 24-h room service menu lists intriguing modern fare, the minibar was luxe with spirits + good chocolate (+ discreetly mindful of ... *other* needs), & the sculptural wardrobe hides a menu of an entirely more lascivious kind - didn't avail ourselves, but still cool. Coffee machine is hidden in vertical drawer to right of minibar, & only flaw is the dearth of supplies; ours contained only 2 pods, + teabags similarly rationed - easily fixed by 1 call downstairs.
As for bed + pillows, we jetlagged 2 immediately drew the curtains, crawled in, & then awoke 15 h later. Make of that what you will.
The robes were novel, in a stretchy, drapey knit that I still painfully covet (sadly, it was too $$$ for me to take 1 home).
Obsessed. Will return.