"Modern Eclectic Evening Hideaway"
A bit out of the way in the Hyppodrone District is a hidden away hotel with strong intentions. The room was modestly spacious with a collection of furnishing which accent jointly modern and current mid-range taste. Nothing ponderous, but light and playful interplay between recognized modern period icons. Chrome fixtures, stylish plastic seating chair, tuck and roll naga-hyde ottoman, post mounted platform bed, back-lighted frame and head board, pinpoint halogen flexible arm bed lights. painted wood and laminate desk- 2 laminates; light oak, dark walnut, and painted face edges, legged bedside stands with drawers, and a medium height 3-wooden legged floor lamp with a near globular translucent shade made up of fitted quarried marble tiles. the floor was "carpeted" with a heavy woven cloth-rug which would normally have been a wall covering, a switch from a rug hung as a tapestry. Coffee-maker, 'fridge.Very interesting, playful, modern, original, but not overwhelming or heavy-handed. Bath had a shower with mitered glass doors not quite squarely meeting on the outside corner. Flat square chrome fixtures/controls worked great and easily adjusted. Ceramic bowl vanity set into medium gray granite surface, good towels- not luxury fiber length. Hair dryer, 4 shampoos/washes available on a simulated wood tray, real glass (2) tumblers, and double light switch, with-w/o fan. Interesting room elevator card use ; "1" floor is not "G" floor, spent frustrating moments unable to go down.
Traveller from Los Angeles