Hmm I suppose that depends on who you ask.
The current office is on the executive floor (although all of the windowless offices across from the executives suck and get foisted upon new hires), but while large, it is not large in a grandiose way. The desk is U-shaped around the perimeter, so if someone comes to my office, I can't have them sit across the desk from me...instead they sit basically next to me. Good for actually working or reviewing things on my monitor, bad for conveying social status.
The new office, I could have someone take a seat across from me...but that's mostly because you can't see out the window if you push the desk into the corner.
I'll probably take it though...while she provides some good stories, I could do without hearing the billing lady complaining about shit 24/7