Honestly, the best hotel experience I’ve had outside of a boutique hotel, and I really enjoyed being able to set the lighting, control the TV, and potentially contact reception through a tablet in the room. We didn’t try the room service nor the main restaurant so can’t comment there, although I would imagine it would be just as friendly and accommodating as the rest of the experience. I think this beautiful hotel cares about its guests and the environment, and executes its vision really well. There is a railway line next door, but there are rooms facing the other side. I feel their website is also informative about what the standard rooms have and don’t have, so there is no bathrobe or slipper offering, nor coffee or tea making facilities in the rooms, but there is a fridge and hairdryer.