The building itself is starting to show signs of wear, its dark façade concealing a somewhat harsh interior.
The tall, narrow Feronya stands alongside a large, modern building that houses the head office of a local television channel.
It boasts a lovely glass restaurant on the top floor and whilst the views from up here are not the most spectacular, it is very spacious, making for a pleasant place to dine.
Back on the ground floor you'll find the calm and tidy reception area. The entrance, rather close to the street and dominated by the lobby bar, features a decor with a rather dark colour scheme.
The hotel is generally popular among business travellers who come here to make use of the hotel's facilities, including, among others, the conference room, which is rather low key and equipped with a large table to seat attendees.
What the establishment is generally lacking, on the whole, is a certain style that would show off the various parts of the hotel in their best light. The discreet decor is very limited and doesn't seem to enhance either the lobby or the guest rooms, whilst the truly garish purple sofas do nothing to improve the situation.
There is one area, however, that does lighten the ambience a little: the hematite corner, designed to dispel all negative energy from the surroundings, apparently. If it could also do something to improve the decor, that too would be much appreciated!