- Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service, amenities, property conditions & facilities
It is a restored historic house, very quiet, with attentive staff. The front door is kept locked a lot of the time, including overnight, so it is an especially secure place. There are no stairs which is unusual in a historic building. The room featured high old wood ceilings and tile floors. There was a mixture of old and new, such as an old sewing machine cabinet made into a table by adding a modern glass top. There was an iron tub with feet containing a good shower and the bed was comfortable. Our room did not have a window, but a ceiling vent with either just outside air or evaporative cooling kept us comfortable. There was a wall heater for times of the year one might need it. The closet was small. Breakfast was courteous and right on time, but was nothing more than coffee, juice, fresh fruit, dry cereal or toast, and yogurt. We had expected a full breakfast. It is a few blocks walk to the city center but just a block or two to the Vivabus. This is a new system with a designated bus lane and enclosed stops in the center of the street. During business hours it runs every 5 minutes. The bus runs through the city center as well as to the main bus station.