This hootel does take its cue from some of the more funky designs of European hotels. The corridors leading to the rooms left me feeling like I was walking through the route of a ghost train. Some will like it, others may think, whats the point. I personally liked it a great deal.
I was however disappointed with the restaurant. Arriving with my colleagues the first thing we asked for was a beer. We asked for something local and the maitre'd (a very pleasant Irish chap)offered us each a large bottle of something akin to Hooegaarden. We accepted gratefully. Jolly good stuff.
We next ordered a seafood main course at E16. This took about 30 seconds to eat and left us feeling still hungry. We then enquired about the price of the beer as we enjoyed it and fancied another. E15!!! For a bottle of beer. As we were still hungry we were offered a sweet. We ordered an eton mess and what appeared was a selection of ice creams. No meringue, no eton and a bit of a mess.
Breakfast was what you might have expected and was plesant enough.
In summary, a very nice hotel let down by its restaurant. My suggestion - eat out.