I have stayed at hotels all over the country and the world, and this is ahnds down one of the nicest places I've ever stayed. When you pull up, you are greeted by friendly hotel staff who will gladly take your bags and assist you. The front desk agent was exceedingly polite and was able to answer all our questions. The elevators and lobby are exquisite and the elevator ride is smooth, and also has CNN to watch on your possible long way up (41 floors). The rooms are huge. The overpriced minibar is a true scam, which was the only downside. BEWARE: The snacks are on a pressure plate, so don't pick anything up or you will be charged! The beds are cozy and comfortable and have big, clean sheets. The room is modern, sleek and state-of-the-art. It comes with personal computer, a 70 inch flatscreen TV, a TV in the bathroom and an espresso machine. There is an inroom safe, robes, and a scale, to make you feel right at home. To quote Seinfeld, "Theres a phone in the john here!" This hotel is pretty expensive, but if you can, stay here. It is worth every penny!