This boutique hotel is actually set in two separate buildings, and as is the case with most things, you want the newer one. Rooms in the older property are looking dated, to put it mildly, while rooms in the new building have nice wood panelling and excellent beds. You will, however, want to go to the older building to hang out on their roof deck, which boasts fab views and one of the most creative restaurants in the city. That roof is the reason the hotel gets two stars from us (though the Jacuzzi, steam room and caring staff also factor in).