A vintage boutique hotel that has taken on a modern, funky attitude.
Significant renovations by new owners have turned this once understated hotel into a place that's hard to miss. It isn't just close to the heart of the action; with its addition of a Tom Douglas (of the Dahlia Lounge) restaurant, it is now part of the action. The formerly staid, quiet and dark lobby has been converted into a hipster hangout with retroish furniture, bright colors and industrial music playing in the background. Soothing khaki paint jobs and minimalist furnishings with an upscale IKEA feel give the 119 rooms a Scando-Northwest feel. Every room has a king or queen bed, a sitting area with a club chair, double-paned windows that open, a flat screen television, cordless phone and a boxy Tivoli radio with great sound.