The 132-room boutique hotel occupies the city's first tall building, the 12-story, neo-classical 1911 Union National Bank, and the original steel and brass vault doors hang imposingly behind the front desk. The size of the lobby is evident in dramatic 30-foot columns that rise to intricately carved ceilings, still pristine. Modern furniture surrounds a central round bar that's lively with the business travelers this downtown hotel attracts during the week. Period touches continue throughout the property, where the average size of the guest rooms is 400 square feet. A pass-through window connects the modern-furnished bedroom and subway-tiled bathroom, and original millwork is evident on the guest room floors. For big spenders, the lavish three-story penthouse suite boasts a 600-square-foot patio.