Apparently I’m the only person on earth who doesn’t like this hotel. Maybe I’m from the wrong demographic. It’s beautiful. It’s mean and smarmy. I believe “green” is an excuse for all sorts of anti-guest economies. Acoustics terrible—intense activity in hallway might as well be in your room. In-room eco-smart heater cycles on and off deafeningly unless you put it on some money-saving-for-the-hotel setting. Inadequate elevators for busy times. They charge for everything -- $5 to watch one episode of old tv show. Here is a petty but typical example of the nickel-and-diming economies that assault the guest at every point: In the very beautiful bathroom is a handsome Kleenex box and, next to it, a handsome matching box for cotton balls. At the bottom of the cotton ball box is a teeny plastic package with 3 cotton balls. Is this supposed to be greener than a boxful? Lovely toiletries and of course not in little ecologically incorrect little bottles, but in big bottles locked into holder in beautiful shower, but the PUMP MECHANISM WONT LET YOU GET MORE THAN A FEW MOLECULES OF SHAMPOO ETC. AT A TIME. The bathrobe is scratchy at the neck. In the lobby are two computers you can use but NO CHAIR, although the computers are at a height such that a chair is needed, so it hurts like torture to use for more than a minute or so. Although I love beautiful design, I hated the mean, hard-edged atmosphere of this hotel.