This hotel is extremely modern and trendy, with dark, moody lighting, rooms painted black (I couldn't find the light switch!), and neat decor. I would stay here more often, but for two things: the sub-par "gym" (a few cardio machines and some weights in a room), and the expensive room service.
During our stay, my colleague came up to me in a panic: "Breakfast cost me $60!" she said. She ordered: eggs, toast, orange juice, coffee. $60. Also, the meals are served very "no frills" - if you don't order something to drink, you don't even get a glass of water. If you order dinner, you get exactly what you ordered - no bread basket, no garnish of any kind. It feels kind of cheap for such an expensive place.
But if you can get past that, it's a very hip place to stay, very much an "experience."