The detail of this room is magnificent, it must have cost a pretty penny to construct when it was made. The “spaceship” bed has different light settings that illuminate the edges and the stairwells. There are places where amethyst crystal clusters are illuminated in sections of the wall. The TV area has two fully reclining chairs, great for relaxing (but not cuddling.) You will surely be wowed when you enter the room, and perhaps again when you go to sleep with an astronaut hovering outside the bedship.
There are some things that you might also find a tad underwhelming. Although there are 4 TV’s in the room, they were are quite dated and the picture wasn’t very clear (maybe even just replacing main TV would have been a good idea.) There are areas that the wallpaper is peeling, some lights on stairs aren’t working, and coffee table is in bad shape. Upon entering you are presented with chocolate strawberries and a decent blush wine. The strawberries weren’t fresh though to the point where they looked shrivelled and we debated just tossing them... I get that Covid is hurting businesses, but it’s sometimes the little things that go a long way.
Room cost was $350 plus tax per night. Came with a bagged lunch that I wasn’t keen on because it had unhealthy mains such as Otis spunkmeyer danishes, and high sugar granola bars. Would have preferred a healthier option. Does come with an apple or an orange though. Again, Covid misfortune, but I just feel the choices of the bagged lunch fell flat for me. Yes I’m picking a bit, but still rated the experience 4 stars because the room really is “out of this world!”
Staff seemed nice and hotel felt cozy. I would most likely return to another themed room in the future. less