As the only studio unit at The Stone Turret, Room 5 is a value, and offers a three-quarter bath and a single sleeping room, more like a standard hotel arrangement. Decorative stained glass and pressed tin walls are prominent finishes in the room.
The only suite fully on the ground floor, this unit is spacious and easy to get around in because it has no stairs. Decorative stained glass and tin walls, and woodwork adorn the space. An entry-kitchenette, living space with sofa, sleeping space and three-quarter bath comprise a luxury accommodation. The swivel flatscreen can be viewed from the bed or the sofa.
Contemporary meets historic with this open loft unit: a metal spiral stair pushes up through a skewed floor opening, which reveals the vaulted cathedral volume of the original sanctuary space of the historic church. The ground floor level includes an entry-kitchenette, and living space with sofa, flat screen and sculptural spiral stair that leads to the loft floor with vaulted tin ceiling, three-quarter bath, and sleeping loft. The spacious bathroom brags a large shower and a double vanity.
A mirror image of Loft Suite 1, this room offers all the same amenities as described above. The difference to this room is the subject of the art glass, which depicts Jesus as Shepherd of His flock.
Featuring a stunning, monumental art glass piece depicting the angels at the Resurrection, this trendy unit exhibits original architectural finishes of the historic church. The ground floor level includes an entry, kitchenette, and living space with sofa and flat screen. An interior stair leads to the loft floor with vaulted tin ceiling, three-quarter bath, and sleeping overlook onto the art glass below.