Exquisite. Don't know why the other reviewers were so negative on Sans Souci, but we had an absolutely wonderful meal here, from appetizer to dessert. Wood grilled mussels were simply out of this world, as was the poached lobster over polenta. Also an outstanidng wine list. For our entrees we had grilled sea bass and grouper, both of which were prepared to near perfection. Be sure to try the grilled fig salad with goat cheese and by all means save room for dessert!!! A bit expensive but well worth the price. If you want an exquisite meal in French Provencale style, this is definitely the place to go in Cleveland. I hope to return soon.
Beautiful Hotel. The rooms in this hotel were recently refurbished. Very tasteful and elegent. The only place I stay when I am in Cleveland. Becuse of the age of the structure you will find the elevators to be slow and some bathrooms are small. Overall the best hotel in downtown Cleveland.
Comfy, but old tiny bathrooms.
The hotel offers central location, however it does not have nice views. Moreover, windows are not modern and sound insulation is average. Bathrooms are very old. The hotel is attached to a Tower City mall with a train stop for the direct line to the airport, many fast food outlets, upscale shops and multi-screen cinema.
The best feature of the hotel is arguably its lobby - a wonderful space with many sofas and armchairs, huge windows, etc. Rooms are spacious.
Too pricey for the money. While waiting after work for a play to start (no time to go home and then come back downtown), I decided to treat myself at Sans Souci. The food was tasty, but not presented in the fashion I would expect for the price. I would say that you wouldn't regret going there, but you might feel a twinge of disappointment at the average fare, ambience and presentation. I will likely not revisit; there are too many other great restaurants in the city.
excellent. we needed to get away and the stay at the Renaissance and dinner at the San Souci was just what we needed. A wonderful experience.
Elegance with a layer of dirt. Needs bigger elevators, quicker parking service, and rooms need cleaned more thoroughly. If this is a historic building, the city needs to get involved in renovating it. Too many good qualitys that fall wayside to their bad health codes.
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