When one thinks of a hotel you seldom think of a local attraction for residents. They are rarely or infrequently visited by the people passing every day and place low interest in the view of the building from a street corner. If you live in a city, why visit a local hotel one may ask. Even if that is the case, you really should take time to enjoy the public spaces of these hidden treasures.
I met a (local) friend for drinks and the location, you guessed it, a hotel. This turned out to be a 'field trip' of sorts for me as I was excited about the location suggested. After my own anticipation to see a place I visited and enjoyed 3 years prior to renovations. It was now finally time to step inside the reborn historic hotel, The Jefferson.
The expected beauty and ambiance was all in place from the grand crafted entrance to the intimate, well appointed interior. Marble, mouldings and artwork, oh my! It is a feast for the eyes and the craftsmenship rejuvenates the building. This was/is worth a visit to see the transformation or experience it for the first time. Whether it's the Quill bar, the Plume restaurant or the Greenhouse for breakfast. You will have time to enjoy the exquisite surroundings and take a step into history (with all modern day convenience and signature cocktail in hand).