- Air Conditioning with Climate Control
- Le Labo Bath Amenities
- Nespresso coffee makers & kettle with complimentary coffee, tea or herbal tea
- Iron & Ironing Board
- Hair Dryer
- 55'' Television with "On Command" System
- Windows that open to the outside
- Connecting Rooms (Upon Request)
- Crib (Upon Request)
- Humidifier (Upon Request)
- Hypo-allergenic Pillows (Upon Request)
- Printer (Upon Request)
- Rollaway Bed / Sofabed (Upon Request)
- Speaker Phone (Upon Request)
- Refreshment Center (Fees Apply)
- High Speed Internet Access & Virtual Private Network (Fees Apply)
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