Our king size suite 1707 was on the second top floor with full height windows overlooking the airport, parks, main avenue and over to the hills. There was a faint hum of traffic but not enough to keep us from sleeping. And the airport is pretty quiet for an international airport which is good as there did not appear to be any acoustic treatment on the windows. Lobbies, corridors and our room were a bit spartan. Our room was spacious, enough space for three Japanese hotel rooms but there were no soft furnishings to speak of. The wardrobe had no door, safe was semi detached with no instructions for use. And what happened to the minibar or fridge? We never buy the expensive items in a minibar but its good to have a fridge for cold drinks and keeping real milk fresh if you dislike crema which we do. The bathroom was obviously old but had had a paint job with soap, shampoo, conditioner and body lotion supplied. The shower over the bath blasted out plenty of hot water at good pressure. The king size bed is the piece de resistance in the room. Lots of crispy white linen, heaps of pillows, good bedside lighting, super comfortable. This property has a rooftop spa but unfortunately no acoustic separation has been installed. So when the spa is being used expect the noise to rumble down through to your room. We had dinner here on our first night as it was too late to go exploring. We now know that it was a bit expensive but the service and quality of the food was excellent. In the interests of market research we tried the buffet breakfast the next morning. This is expensive for what was offered. The selection was quite small for a chain hotel of this size. The orange juice seemed watered down and not fresh compared to what we have had since. Head around the corner to San Martin for more variety and better value. Service was very friendly in the restaurant and at reception . English speaking ability was a mixed bag.