0.61km from Om Nom OrganicsLocation is great a few blocks from the convention center, which was the reason for the selection. However, the lobby bar/restaurant is undergoing renovations and this is quite disruptive. Parking is charged by the day and for $32 is steep. The rooms are small and narrow. The window faced another building, with its air conditioning unit running right there, so it was noisy. There is an in room ironing board, although the iron did not work. There is an in room fridge and a coffee maker. There is NO cell reception, so no texting and no phone calls, which is a pain (phone is Samsung on T-Mobile). The breakfast is cramped into the remaining space where the restaurant is being renovated. The sink does not drain because of the shape, so anything dumped into it, is still there several hours later, unless you run a boat-load of water to try to rinse it out. For two of the days there was no hot water. Really -- in the 21st century in the middle of the largest city in the USA, there was no hot water. I was assured it would come back -- but with a convention running from 7 am, I couldn't wait. Again, the next day, I was told the "pilot light is out" and so there was again no hot water. You would think this type of major inconvenience when you are paying for a service would result in a reduction of the room cost. After asking, I was told I would not have to pay the "Resort Fee" for that day. Incredulous, I had to "beg" to get it waived for both days of no hot water from a manager. Clearly, as a hotel, they have no interest in service, too busy keeping up with their Instagram or Tick-Tock feeds that keeping the hotel working. A Resort fee should be providing "resort-quality" service -- but service as spotty as you would have in a developing nation.