Stayed in the Tower Luxury Suite for 2 days on the 17th floor.
Room was very spacious, with a separate living room and bedroom area. Small fridge and coffee maker, wet bar, small table as well. Sofa has seen its better days I called for extra sheets to put on top of sofa in order to lay down on it.
2 TV's one in living room and other is bedroom. On arrival noticed bedroom TV not functional (no reception) so the next day called housekeeping to have someone fix it (alone with other issues with the room). Bathtub got clogged and dirty water came up on the walk-in shower. Housekeeping apologized over the phone about the several issues i was having with the room but they did not bother me one bit because (aside that the room was comped) I knew they were going to get fixed whilst I was out in the city either shopping/walking or doing other fun stuff.
Would I recommend this suite? Yes
Would I pay or upgrade to it? No, a normal tower room would suffice for me. (this is just my personal opinion).
Oh before I forget, I was able to connect to some sort of Wi-Fi in my room, my best guess is that they are rolling out Wi-Fi in rooms now since the hotel raised the Resort Fee from $18 to $20+tax. So maybe some will be fortunate to have access to it from your Tower Rooms.
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