Standard Room, 1 Queen Bed
This hotel seems to give VIP treatment to their wedding guests over regular guests for certain.
We were't sure where the main door was located the first night and walked over to the lot, no main door or a door that looked like a main door of any sort. It's on the side street. It had a sign there was a private party but to come in for check-ins. A guy met us at the stairs and ask if we were so and so and I said yes. He said the check in was under the stairwell and to my unbelieving self it was under the stairwells, small desk and maps and the makeshift reception desk for this converted "sweat shop", so goes the rumors by the staff. The front desk person took us up to our room and explained the door for the room and one for the side door by the parking lot. He said he recommends people park at the underground lot across the street and a block or so over. We parked off of Sullivan, he couldn't say if our car was safe in that lot or not.
We were on the top of 3rd floor. It smelled like marijuana and I told him and he couldn't smell it, but my husband and I definitely could smell it. He assured me the wedding party could not be heard from the 3rd floor. We were told the elevator is shut off from 1pm-7am. If we needed anything to call the night shift person on duty from the phone, he would only be there until 1pm tonight. I suddenly felt like we had booked into some college dorm residency somehow. The heat or air came on and it is fairly loud. Reminded me of the loud in closet small unit at my condo that I have to shut off at night if I ever want to sleep at all. No sheets, only a single topper and short enough to not reach down the sides of the bed at all, this should be a fun tug of war at night. The bathroom door is a pocket door slider.
The wardrobe is a pole with 3 slim velvet hangers and a small ironing board and iron by the rack. There is a small desk behind the behind for some desk space if needed. City living here for sure. I can hear ambulances buzzing by. I can also hear either people in the other rooms or in the hallway or both. Not well insulated. Also there are a lot of random wood creaking sounds abound. Glad I brought my earplugs, I am going to need it. The bed was hard and slightly uncomfortable and the topper wasn't keeping me warm enough. I was in the restroom and I could hear the baby crying next door and no one came, the kid was screaming and crying so loud, he/she sounded like they were in our room.
My husband likes the big raindrop shower head, but learned the top knob turned to the left c