Adequate hotel driven down by obsessive cheapness
Posted Feb 10, 2017
The hotel itself was fine for a budget stay. However, the management's cheapness showed in every corner of the room - the microwave, fridge, and hair dryer had all been removed from the room. The TV was a CRT. There were no extra pillows or blankets to be had, and they pillows were *cheap*. The beds were poorly made-up and didn't have fitted sheets. When we got back to our room on the second night at after 5:00, they were only halfway through cleaning our room, so they left without restocking the coffee or vacuuming the floor. The room came with exactly *two* coupons for breakfast per night, regardless of the number of people staying in the two queen beds. (not actually a problem because of the restaurant itself - see below.)
The hot tub and sauna (next door) were pleasant, although the landing on the steps to the outdoor pool were solid, sheer ice - that is a lawsuit waiting to happen! The restaurant (also next door) was truly poor - Cheap furnishings, coffee-shop menu, and barely-edible food. Save your money and go to A&W instead.
Bottom line: If you need a place to stay, this likely won't make you sick. However, it is run as a budget hotel through and through, and is *WAY* overpriced.