Crapped out with wi-fi, though--I could get it in the lobby but not the room, so it wasn't my computer. Even 10 minutes on the phone with the BW IT dude (sounded American, which is unusual, and positive) he couldn't help me. After a long process of troubleshooting--and he was very friendly throughout; we discussed Windows 8's shortcomings versus Windows 7 and Windows XP and were of the same opinion of "Why ruin positive attributes by trying to be too "helpful" to the user?--he decided that a router in the hotel needed to be rebooted, which was outside his ability to fix from Houston or WV or California or wherever he was located. I should have asked where. Anyway, I called the front desk and they said they'd do something about it, but it was late and when it wasn't working after 15 minutes or so more I started watching The Music Man on cable (Shirley Jones was a major hottie back in the day) and soon retired for the evening. The wi-fi was working in the room the next morning, but by then it seemed too little, too late. Or the right amount, but too late, to be precise.
The walls were also a little thin or the plumbing was less than ideal or something--I could hear other showers running in the morning and toilets flush. Not like it was in the room, but loud enough to hear it even with the fan running.
Nice place, but for the money I paid I expected more.
Discerning Dude from NC
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