Nice, but not really boutique.
Posted Apr 20, 2016 on Hotels
The hotel was nice, and staff were all quite pleasant. The valets were outstanding - quick, polite and accommodating. Although, keep in mind that Huron is a one way street, so you may have to circle around to approach the front of the hotel. The room was clean but incredibly small. I know it's downtown, but if there had been two of us staying we'd have been tripping over each other, and I don't know where we'd have put luggage. It kind of felt like a small dorm room. The bed and pillows were very comfortable, and the view was great. But I certainly didn't feel the "plush and luxurious" promised on the hotels website. A couple of little things detracted from the quality feeling - there were a couple of wallpaper patches that were peeling up at the edges, and the surface of the desk had some little spots that were blistering up so that you could see the composite underneath. The restaurant, Troquet, is accessible via the lobby. I ordered room service once - food was delicious and delivered super fast. My son and I ate together in the restaurant, and we were both pleased with good food and service.