3.06km from Graham Street Grilles, five stars all the way for me. I stayed here for 4 nights and loved every moment of it. From the amazing service to the charming vibe of this historic hotel, I am at a loss by the mixed reviews. They are currently going through renovations on some of their floors but even the work crews were super friendly and nice. Service: From the moment I arrived every single staff member I encountered was so nice and welcoming, always checking to see how I was doing or if I needed anything. I absolutely loved the you man who was walking around checking on the different floors and doing housekeeping/cleanup along with the young lady who does turn down service. Common areas: So charming and like stepping back in time, they stay on top of the cleaning, which has to be particularly hard during a renovation. The bar and restaurant were fantastic as well, as I had a great mean at The Asbury one evening. They only had one operational elevator during my stay but that was no big deal, as there are only 60 rooms I believe. Room: I was on the 9th floor and loved my room. It was clean, super comfortable and adorably decorated. Sleep quality was on point and I loved the robes, toiletries and the Ghiradelli chocolate they put on the bed for turn down service. My only disappointment was not having any ghost encounters as I was reading that room 906 is haunted along with the floor. Parking: There is a very easily accessible parking garage with reserved parking spots for guests right as you come in off of 6th. You get a ticket, and you MUST take it in and get it validated to pay the $23 self parking fee. It is $2 bucks more if you do not know that and just stick it in the machine upon exit without validation. I did not know that for three days, but the staff was wonderful and took the 3 days parking off of my room since I had paid directly. Location: right downtown within walking distance of so much. I loved walking a block each morning to get my Starbucks fix. I would totally stay here again if I am ever back in Charlotte.