I stayed 4 nights in a corner suite, on the 9th floor, with amazing views of the Brooklyn bridge and lower Manhattan. While the room was beautifully decorated, the "reclaimed wood finishes" never allowed for proper cleaning. The closets were tiny, and the doors did not stay open. The bathroom has a clear glass, un-frosted, door, providing no privacy at all.
They had water problems, and I did not have hot water for more than 24 hours. I had to call for engineering four times to finally get the problem resolved. They used Covid as an excuse not to clean the room, and when they did clean, it was very poorly done.
The most annoying thing of all was the $100 per person minimum to even enter the rooftop lounge. Seriously, this was during the pandemic, when hotels were barely occupied, in the winter, on a very cold weekend. While paying for a very expensive room, I was insulted by the fake exclusivity of the stupid cover charge. I think a hotel of this "caliber" should treat it's paying guests much better. By the way, I have stayed in the 1 Hotel in South Beach, during Spring break, and did not have the same experience.