First, they were gracious enough to allow us to check in at 2 in the morning. They had said call them about 1/2 hour out and they would be ready for us. The rooms were clean if spartan. There was, for instance, a small fridge in the room. Always nice. On the floor, at the foot of one of the beds. Not where I am accustomed to a mini fridge.
The beds were comfortable and the bedding clean and plentiful. Plenty of towels in a clean bathroom desperately in need of some updates. The room was large with two nice beds but only one chair to sit on.
The continental breakfast was sparse and somewhat dubious in provenance. When I asked the young lady at the desk of the boiled eggs were fresh, I was informed, “That’s not my job, I don’t know”
Of course, I shouldn’t have been too surprised as this was the same young woman who could barely bring herself to answer our morning greeting as we passed the front desk.
There is a restaurant on site, so not sure why the rather stingy offerings for breakfast.
The housekeeping staff were pleasant and cheerful and inquiring as to whether we needed anything else but didn’t feel the need to change out the empty toilet paper rolls. This continued right up to check out where upon my placing the keycard on the desk I was informed I was “good to go”. Not, “did you have a good time?” Or, “I hope you enjoyed your stay”
I won’t bother to come back, there are too many good independent places that actually want people to stay with them.