Wanting to go out to a piano bar on Friday the 13th, I called ahead to the Tiffany Rose that afternoon. The website advertised a bar with appetizers and light jazz piano on Friday and Saturday nights. The phone rang and rang until the Adams Mark Hotel receptionist answered. I asked, "Is the Tiffany Rose open tonight? No one's picking up." She assured me that it was of course open later that evening, and transferred me to the nearby restaurant, which also confirmed that the Tiffany Rose would be open. After going all the way downtown - it wasn't. And, it looks NOTHING like the website photo! I have no idea what angle they took that picture from, but it was unrecognizable. It's just a clump of nasty chairs shoved into the corner of the hotel lobby - there was a piano, but no one was playing it. It had all the ambiance of a bus station. Bright, bright overhead lighting, worn furniture and stained carpeting, no bar, no kitchen. It did have a prime view of the lobby restrooms.
Pros: Discrete, since it's devoid of all life.
Cons: Not open.