I got the 'small' room. I booked at the last minute... my bad. So, all I can review is the room I got. I understand that it is night and day from the larger, more suite like rooms.
The small rooms... SUCK. They are dark with low ceilings, a stall shower, 12 channels on the tv, the AC doesn't allow it to get cooler than 68 degrees, the communal 'closets' in the hallways that stock extra supplies had only ironing boards and empty water bottles (no pillows, toiletries, etc).
I asked (begged) at the front desk for an upgrade. Not a free one, of course. I was even willing to pay MORE than the requested $25 but apparently the hotel was BOOKED SOLID... NOT. I called down to the front desk (per their advice) four times during my stay to see if there were any larger rooms available. No. However, the hotel was NOT booked. From the rooftop deck you could see lots of empty (interior) rooms that were vacant.. all night.
One nice thing was the rooftop deck. The door indicates it closes at 11pm but we were up there well passed 2am and it was open. Nice views up there and it helps you feel less like you're in a closet.
This is not a luxury hotel. This is like an 'extended stay' hotel for business people. Lots of airline employees stay here. I learned my lesson on Priceline. Do NOT bid over $80 for a 3.5 star hotel in the financial district. You WILL get this hotel and you WILL get a 'small' room that is apparently UN-upgradable. I paid over $100. *dislike*