As happens too often with design, form takes precedent over function at this hotel. The great amount of thought that went into aesthetics would have been better spent on small, functional improvements.
The most basic being the uncomfortable bed and pillows. Next, a bathroom with angled-wall, and downward-facing mirror and sink that you couldn't quite lean over due to that angle, made simple tasks like brushing your teeth difficult. The shower -- great to look at -- leaked all over the bathroom floor. A strange "closet" with no hanging hardware of any type (for gimp storage?). And in what has become one of the strangest fads in boutique hotel design: only a (n unfrosted) glass wall between the bed and the toilet. Great if you're one of those "open door policy" couples, but otherwise only good for recreating those awkward moments avoiding eye contact with your dog while taking it out for a walk (we turned on the sink, turned up the radio, while the other busily unpacked while facing away, then we celebrated a strange, unwanted milestone in our relationship).
The staff was excellent, and the breakfast was above average for a hotel. Great location, but street parking only, metered from 8-8 available right across the street.
If you look up the location on Google Maps, it's wrong as of 6/2016. The location marked on the confirmation email, was correct.
Room was on offer, so we felt we got what we paid for. We would have been disappointed at full price.