I have stayed at this hotel many times and have enjoyed it very much. The views from higher floors are great, the restaurants in the area are plentiful, the executive lounge is fabulous (Murat takes great care of the guests), and there is lots of great 'walking' available in the area.
There has been one lingering and annoying aspect of the hotel that has now been addressed since my last stay: connecting to the Internet no longer involves interfacing with a very non-intuitive front end that, at times, challenged me not to toss whichever electronic device I am trying to connect out the window (please note, I am an IT expert).
The horrible front end has been done away with, I can connect the 4+ devices I travel with to the Internet without being tormented by having to manage multiple accounts, and the bandwidth was quite adequate for typical business traveler demands (Skype, news video, exchanging correspondence with the mother-ship, etc). I will say that coverage in the common hotel areas was a bit spotty in places and could use improvement. But, as petty as my commentary may sound given what others in the world are facing, one less annoyance to a guy who does not want to be traveling anyway is always a welcomed thing.