As I said earlier, I'll be posting pictures from TMEA throughout the week. The first one comes from the Drury Plaza Hotel, which was profiled two years ago in this post.
As I noted earlier, this building started off its life as a bank, and the hallways and doors have kept that certain office-y vibe even after the renovation:
In case you're wondering, the frosted glass on the outside has wood paneling behind it, so it's not like privacy is compromised in the effort to keep the classic look of the building. And while the mail slot works, the only thing I received through it for the duration of my stay was a flyer from "Big Tony's Pizza."