Opened in 2018 on downtown’s east side, this representative of Hilton’s burgeoning youth-oriented brand has all the touchstone amenities—a huge lobby-cum-gathering spot with games like foosball; a 24/7 market selling snacks, beer, and wine; and tablets and work stations for guest use. Also encouraging guests to hang in the public areas—as opposed to lingering upstairs—are the no-frills rooms, without closets or desks (although they do have 55-inch TVs). A counterpoint to all this contemporary chic is Tru’s location in a historic building, a car dealership built in the 1930s. This, and the fact that there’s an AARP discount on an already low rate, make the hotel appealing also to budget-conscious travelers who aren’t millennial age.