Posted Oct 12, 2016
I thought the hotel was nice and in a nice quiet location in a cul-d-sac. Didn't care much for the parking because the spaces seemed a bit small and the lot was full at night when everyone was in. Didn't like the fact that there was only one elevator. Even though there were only six floors in the hotel, it was a bit taxing waiting for the elevator to come to you when you needed it. I got up the following morning of my first nights stay and went down stairs for breakfast to find that the breakfast that they offered was not what I expected. Didn't have the traditional "continental breakfast," but it wasn't far from it. There were boiled eggs and waffles and the regular coffee, juice, and bagels. But no scrambled eggs and sausage, bacon, and foods of the like. (If that's what you like.) That was a bit disappointing; so I opted to stop and buy something on my way out. Overall the hotel was nice, clean and the staff was very professional. But if I had my way, I would change the small issues I mentioned before. Because even though they were small issues, I would have stayed some place else if I knew they didn't have those issues.