Once you get over the initial confusion when enteriong the hotel it is a refreshing challenge to the traditional hotel model -from checking in to entering the stylish but ultra compact room to getting to grips with the remote control -that controls everything from the electronic blinds to the funky room lights and TV etc . The TV was tricky to use correctly as there appeared to be a wi-fi dead zone with mine which became a frustration due to the delays in response .Everything is very clean & contemporary in the room although more than 1 person per room and it might become cramped after a day or two ?
The eating come bar area was 'different '- clean and well laid out with friendly staff - it appears that only 5 people run the whole show at any 1 time !!- The chill out room areas where the jewel in the crown with 8 x 21 inch Apple computers available to ' citizens' ( that means guests to you & me ) a great finishing touch for a very pleasant stay in the ' Brave New World ' of hotels - HOWEVER .. I wonder would I tire of the slimed down but efficient version of Hotel service after a few more trips - definetly worth checking out but travel light if you canMore