Architecturally curious and often described as a half-twisted Rubik's Cube. Word has it this is the high floors here are the second most popular place to kill yourself (after the Golden Gate Bridge). Given the drab state of the rooms here, it's not hard to see why.
I like the hotel, but the fact that the French doors actually open to a non-balcony is very creepy, like "have you felt like killing yourself today?" Other than that, gorgeous, well-decorated and well-managed.