A period-style lobby makes this a Deco classic.
The spacious lobby of this Albert Anis-designed Art-Deco hotel hasn’t changed much since it was built in 1939 --- just check out the vintage photo on the wall for proof. The upholstery has gotten a makeover, though, eliminating the loud florals in favor of a more subdued monochromatic look using rattan and leather. A small martini bar is situated in the corner of the entrance. Picture windows lead out onto a front terrace. The lobby continues up to a mezzanine level where small gatherings are held. The lobby and the rooftop sundeck are the highlights of this hotel. There are 71 standard rooms, which are fairly small and display classic photos of Deco architecture on the walls. Although there is no spa on-site, in-room massages and grooming services can be scheduled with 90 minutes advanced notice. Children under sixteen stay free if they room with their parents.
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