As we previously stayed this hotel before, we knew exactly what to expect. If you would like to stay a shining bright hotel, I am afraid this might not meet your expectation. However, if you accept the hotel having rich in history but shows you quite literary wears and tears, you have a potential to enjoy the stay. In our case, comfy bed (i.e. not too soft in most of the US) and small refrigerator in the room meet our bottom line requirement. And, quite frankly, we enjoyed our stay as the location cannot be better. It would be super if they decide to close for a year (North Tower and then South Tower) and completely renovated the room/facility, we would love to stay in a heartbeat. Nonetheless, we spent a good weekend. Thank you very much!