The architecture, location, view, and small touches of this hotel were wonderful. The restaurant was good but lacked the exquisite taste, wine list, cheese choices and interest of many Michelin starred restaurants but the dining room and view were great. As mentioned by others before, the staff were pleasant but cold.
The Spa, if you had the audacity to call it that, was a disaster. Do not bother with it. They do not have a clue about a real spa and it seems unconnected to the hotel operation. There was no direction as to where to go, where to sit, where to shower, if they have a sauna or steam room, or anyone who seemed to care at all about helping you figure out where to change or sit. I could not even find a place to get a drink of water, nor did anyone offer any liquids. The message was a joke, geared toward the masseuse using as little effort as possible rather than exerting any effort. It was "a skin touching", not a massage. What a hoax. The hotel is a 4 star, stretched to a 5 star, but the spa takes the reckless attitude of the spa ruins the place being anything above a 3 star.More
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