This is a nice hotel, with a great look and restaurant, but I would not call it 5 stars or worth the price tag over $500/night. The rooms and gym are nice but small. Housekeeping seemed to spend the entire afternoon on the floor, waking me up from naps twice over 5 days. Yet, I frequently returned from spending the morning and afternoon out, to find my room still uncleaned so I had to exit again. The shower emitted room-encompassing sewer smells after use until I reported it; housekeeping sorted it but said it’s been happening alot. I couldn’t get internet on my lap top in the room due to the sign on protocol- the lobby was full of guests using their lap tops because the public wifi didn’t have the same access impediment. The exercise bike was broken by the 5th day of my stay and despite staff poking their head in the room, the water was empty until I brought it to the desk’s attention. At check in, I was told that the $30 breakfast was not included, and then learned when I checked out that it was and I would be charged even when I didn’t take it (they did comp my bar expenditures so I was refunded 1 breakfast to my satisfaction). The restaurant was a delight and generally worth the cost for dinner, but few can eat $30 of breakfast and Sunday dinner was limited to the bar menu which was terrible. My chicken burger, the seeming healthiest option, was fried in batter, and served with frites and 10 wilted leaves of baby greens because I asked for a side salad.