As other reviewers have noted, the rooms on the upper floors have high ceilings and the room i had was really spacious. A word of caution, there are floors below ground and I asked to be switched because mine felt really claustrophobic. Even though I stayed in the front of the hotel, away from the railroad tracks, I still heard trains all night long--and I'm not a light sleeper. The trains blow their horns through the intersection closest to the hotel. I had two experiences with staff--one that was so accommodating I would consider going back--the other one not so much. When asking to switch rooms, the first person said they were all sold out and couldn't help. When I asked again, a really professional staffer offered to give me a different room and could not have been nicer about it. The bar and the food are top notch.