very nicely designed hotel with good service, good quality restaurant and cool (but small) lounge on the roof. I would stay at the hotel again but, definitely not in a patio room which i had on this visit. the patio rooms have one, inoperable window that faces into the central court. since the window faces the courtyard it is necessary to keep the drapes closed at all times to maintain privacy. as such, they get very little natural light and no possibility of fresh air unless the door is open to the courtyard. in addition to the lack of natural light, the patio rooms are severely lacking in artificial light. the light levels are so low that it is impossible for anyone over the age of 45 to read inside the room. the rooms can also be quite noisy at night due to the echo created in the courtyard from the dining room below.