The hotel is still under some renovation (September 2011), but what has been done so far is very successful. We had a corner room with huge windows and lots of light. There is a kitchenette (fridge, microwave, and sink), a big jetted tub, separate shower, big flat screen tv.
To merely say it is big does not do it justice, and it is attractive as well with wonderful hardwood floors and a very comfortable king bed.
The hotel does not have the usual lobby (at least not yet) and when I entered I was not sure I was in the right place, as it is a big space with other things like signs for restaurants in the building. However, there is a mezzanine on the second level that has tables and chairs and even two pool tables. It is here that they serve breakfast - plain and cheese omelettes, biscuits, pastries, toast, bagels, English muffins, cereal, coffees and teas, and juice, along with USA Today.
The elevators are small and not yet renovated, so they are a little banged up. But they are adequate to the task. There are washers and driers on each floor. There was no ice machine on our floor although it was shown on the in-room map. I think it just has not arrived, and we only had to go one floor to get ice.
This is about 3 blocks from Public Square, and just down the street from the theater district.
It is a real find in a downtown location.