My husband and I traveled to Detroit for a quick weekend sprint earlier in July. We stayed in this industrial looking boutique hotel and I fell in love because of its hotel structure, and how unique and different it was. The outdoor space was the reason I booked with this hotel, and upon arrival, I was told that it was not available for guest use that night, unless you pay an entrance fee. A burlesque show was scheduled the night we arrived. I was so disappointed! Nevertheless, we sneaked in and stayed to see how it was. In my opinion, it was horrid and inappropriate for a hotel to be showcasing half-naked women as part of their entertainment, at their establishment, but that’s my opinion. Room Our room was very small but cute. Very tight bathroom area and no dressing drawers to put your clothes away. The floor was concrete
For my husband’s birthday, I booked this hotel for our one night stay. This hotel which is located in the financial district in downtown Toronto in the corner of King & Yonge Street is grandeur and beautiful. The hotel from the outside is very unassuming but as soon as you pull open those big glass doors, it’s a whole new world inside. Upon entrance, to the right you will find their bar fully stocked and inviting, to your left is a quaint dining area, and dead on center are beautiful and elegant chandeliers hanging so lovely from the ceiling. You can see how this was an actual bank transformed into a hotel, so beautifully done! We were greeted promptly and were given our room within seconds. Seriously, I mean literally, seconds! Our room was on the 42nd floor and I was already in heaven, I just love being up so
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