As I often say: beware of the stylized image. It looks clean and modern, but - well, it was clean and modern, but in a different sense than you might think. It opened in 1926, so of course people have to call it Art Deco. No. It's Standard Pre-Crash American Hotel. Red Brick, buff stone details on the top and the bottom.

The renovation exposed a great Jazz Age floor, which apparently couldn’t be restored.