An older property in the grand old style, with a busy bustling lobby, numerous checkin stations, restaurants, shops, what have you. There are three wings - east, tower, and west. The east rooms surround an atrium that is strangely closed off. Mine was smallish and somewhat tired but still quite acceptable. Bathroom slightly too small. There was an unusable balcony onto which much detritus had been dropped from above, including condoms; as I had no interest in actually using a balcony in February, this didn't bother me. Club lounge, 2nd floor, let's see: too small, uncomfortable, crowded, offputtingly lit, and what have I missed, ugly. There must have been 30 people counting a sizable number of children in there when we were: it would have been unpleasant if there had been half that many. Breakfast: Full English in the downstairs restaurant; Continental in the lounge. Almost identical to all the Hilton full Englishes but with whitefish instead of salmon and a couple Asian-influenced offerings for the numerous clientele of that persuasion.