"Reserved a couple evenings at the Angad through a discount website for Valentine's weekend. Open for less than two years, new and clean fixtures throughout were no surprise. There is a distinct foreign influence to this place, and honestly, I'd say the midwest could use all the culture we can get. The room felt small, but that is to be expected in using the old building for the new hotel. The bathroom was very nice, but some things seemed out of place. For example, the hand towel rings are behind you as you stand at the sink, closer to the shower than the sink. There was only one two-receptacle outlet in the bathroom which proved to be inconvenient. Speaking of outlets, I was surprised at the lack of even a single usb/charging port in the entire room. With an average nightly rate of near/over $200 a night, I'd expect modern day charging amenities to be plentiful. Similarly, the television seemed rather small for a place charging a premium. Not surprising was the mini-bar prices. A bottle of water cost more than a shooter of vodka. The staff were rather attentive and kind. Upon our arrival the valet was ready and while a bellman offered to unload and take our bags to the 12th floor lobby, he seemed unsure what to do when we found we were in a line to check in. I wound up tipping him for almost taking our bags to our room. The bar on the top floor was rather elegant, however the hipster bartender seemed more focused on "tasting" his own work (he literally slurped a sample off the back of his hand after every drink he made) than attending to those in line in a timely manner. He was rather proud of a drink he insists he created called "The Irish" which was billed as a whiskey-tini but tasted like pine-sol mixed with bitters. I expected more for a drink which cost twelve dollars. The first morning there, I needed a simple cup of coffee. I made my way downstairs to the hotel restaurant where I was met by a man who rather abruptly told me, "If all you want is coffee, it's going to take me a while to get to you." Overall, the novel idea of rooms themed entirely around color is, well, novel. However, I cannot imagine spending anywhere near their asking price and being happy with our stay."
"Absolutely loved this hotel. It is very unique and different than most cookie cutter chain hotels. Has a beautiful lobby, awesome rooftop patio bar, and downstairs is one of best restaurants in Stl, Grand Tavern. If you are planning on seeing a show at the Fox, definitely check out this hotel. It is very reasonably priced and for worth it. The rooms decor may not be for everyone, but they are very clean and well appointed. My room was not ready when I arrived and was given a complimentry upgrade to a slightly larger room. Their customer service was amazing throughout the stay. Definitely check it out!"
"This is a gorgeous and unique hotel! Loved the rooftop view. The rooms were very clean and so was the staff. The valet welcomed me and made me feel at home. I would most definitely recommend others to stay at this hotel!"