We got a sweet deal on a penthouse suite. This was the view we were greeted with upon arrival.
Off the small seating area with the rainbow view, the bedroom is behind french doors.
There’s enough storage here for me to stay for weeks. Our room had several cabinets and drawers like you see behind me.
A comfortable lobby bar serves decent cocktails and a yummy cheese plate.
a few of the architectural details...
As you can see, room service breakfast was good, but if I were comparing it to The Heathman, the quality of the food and its presentation was lacking The Heathman Hotel’s exquisite taste and attention to detail.
While we’re on the subject of hospitality, the entire Benson staff could use a lesson in the value of attending to details. The slightly tattered furniture, even though it added to the antiquity of our room, didn’t appear to be intentionally shabby chic, but scruffy and run-down. The maids had missed the lipstick kiss left on the french doors... tacky!
I hope you enjoyed this little tour. In case you missed my Heathman post from a couple years ago, you can check that out here.