Room excellent ; modestly sized but elegantly decorated, Velvet's particular aesthetic being darkness, velvet fabrics (of course), mildly risque artwork and chandeliers. Oh, and a chair that was either very definitely a boy, or is involved in some less than family friendly activities. It'll make sense if you see it.
Choice of tea/coffee on arrival is a nice touch, and everything feels more upmarket than the room rate suggests. The staff are very professional and the bed was as good as any I've slept in.
Minor criticisms ; there's no room to really put anything, so breakfast involved a lot of shuffling around to try and find storage for trays. And it's noisy, which you have to expect from the location, but the floors creak and 4 am is probably no time for guests to be resolving bad feng shui,
Would definitely stay here again.More