Posted Jul 18, 2016
Rooms are small, a/c has trouble managing hot and humid Maryland days (but does well enough), and my room had no microwave or useable coffee maker. I had to change rooms because the first room had everything it should have, but the a/c want working at all on a 95° day. The front desk moved me no problem, but the second room was joined and has no microwave or usable coffee maker (not a deal breaker because I don't think I neighbors and I didn't need the microwave or coffee maker). The bistro has good food, but it's a bit pricey (expect about $20/person/meal) and they're a little slow. Overall a decent hotel.