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This a prime example of a 19th century “grand hotel”. Everywhere you look is marble, gilding and opulence.
That it is all rather dated doesn’t matter and may appeal to many. But once you look past the finery it is all a bit “tired”. Basically...More
Stayed here for the St. Patricks day weekend. The hotel is perfectly located in the center of the city. The hotel is a old bank and has a incredible interior. The rooms are a very grand size with a massive bed and high ceilings. the...More
This hotel has a great history. The majestic entrance still creates a Thirties atmosphere. Welcoming and helpfull front desk staff. Huge room, called the Jacques Brel suite. One of the most comfortable beds I’ve ever slept in. The room had all the amenities you expect....More
This is a beautiful, old hotel with plenty of history and charm. You're greeted by warm colors in the entryway, which leads to a large lobby and bellboys who leap to help with your bags. An old-fashioned elevator with a sliding scissor gate awaits to...More
The staff was very nice and helpful. The bar staff was even nicer and fun. Cocktails were excellent! The complimentary drinks in the fridge are a nice touch. The breakfast was very tasty with plenty of choice. The decor is a bit dated, but the...More