It's the little things that really get you.
To start, there's no parking. There is a "parking lot" adjacent to the hotel in what appears to be the middle of a construction zone, but it is typically full and we were turned away. Found Indigo parking about a block away.
As you enter the hotel, you're (sometimes) greeted by a doorman. Nice touch, and feels very fancy. But once you've checked in, you look behind the curtain. (Literally. There's a big curtain covering the elevators.)
Those elevators give "dungeon" vibes. The non-family-friendly variety, you know... Tiny (barely big enough for two), almost pitch black. Hallways aren't much better; narrow, dim, and eerily quiet.
Once you're in the room, it's nice enough, but it feels... unfinished. It's very bare. There's no art, except for a random rock in the corner. The mirror was just leaning against the wall. The TV (which has no apps and does not connect to phones) is placed in the corner about 10 feet from the bed; it has an arm to pivot, but that only moves about 45°, so it's not super useful.
We only stayed two nights. It was comfortable enough. Would have preferred if housekeeping hadn't simply walked into our room on the morning of check-out; my partner had just gotten out of the shower, and only shouts of "whoa whoa, no" led to them leaving. Knocking would have been a nice touch. But again, it's one of those little things that the hotel seems to have missed. The result is a very pricey s** dungeon vibe.