The hotel could fall into two categories: "to sleep" (if you have a VERY big budget), or "to see" as the building is worth a visit by itself! Built in the 30's and renovated in 1940, the hotel's interior is incredibly luxurious. All the ceilings are carved wood and there's plush carpet, oiled wooden floors, and fresh flowers adorn every room. And, incidentally, the visitors' toilets are probably the most luxurious I've ever seen! You may get a feeling of deja vu when you enter...that's because they filmed scenes from Pretty Woman in the lobby.