Posted Oct 19, 2015
Stayed here while attending a workshop an hour south at The Omega Institute. The room was comfortable and the hotel is very easy access getting on/off Route 87. Ursula at breakfast was wonderful, I was traveling alone and she was very welcoming, one morning packing me a little breakfast to go. The Front Desk Staff didn't have any restaurant recommendations, which surprised me, so I ventured out and found a wonderful restaurant called Red's just down the road towards Coxsackie. The quintessential N.E. restaurant experience, friendly good service, wine and cocktails and good food. Pillows in my room were all soft, so I had a bit of a neck ache, the bed was extremely comfortable. My complaint about this hotel, a disappointment with Holiday Inn really, is that the walls were thin. One night of my trip there was snoring in the next room and Saturday night a family on the other side, I could hear every word of the conversation they had well into the night. Thank goodness I always travel with ear plugs, I'm surprised Holiday Inn, with their decades of hotel experience, would build a hotel with such thin walls. Workout room needs attention: one t.v. had no remote and the other directly attached to a treadmill wasn't hooked up. Maintenance said it has never been hooked up. Well, okay, that makes no sense whatsoever.