A good place to stay
Posted Oct 19, 2015
Now I was there for business and spent Friday and Saturday nights. I didn't use any of the facilities because I didn't have time. I did eat breakfast there one morning and it was nice. Plenty to eat, food was good, adequate selection. The room was clean, furnished well and had a good selection of pots, pans, dishes and utensils. The sofa isn't all that comfortable but it's a hide-a-bed, so what do you expect. Wouldn't want to sleep more than two in the studio unit I was in I would suggest the suites (though I haven't seen the inside of one). The only real complaint I have is that the internet connection is not, wait for it.............wireless. Yes, you have to bring a network cord to use the internet unless you go to the lobby for WiFi. You might pick it up in select rooms on the second floor. I was on the third floor and could detect it but not strong enough to connect. That said, there were three network outlets to connect to, one on the desk, one at the eating area and one by the bed. The front desk did let me use a cord for free because who travels with a cord? the download and upload speeds were both 1 M for free. You can pay extra for faster speeds.There were lots of electrical outlets that were accessible without moving furniture. All said and done they do a nice job there. Not sure I would want to be there during a Razorbacks home game, but that is true with any place there.