Posted Nov 23, 2016 on Hotels
A partition between the bed and the desk does not define a suite. The room was no bigger than standard hotel rooms, but the partition blocked natural light from getting to the desk so that area was dark. The room was oddly shaped, too long and narrow. It felt wrong. The room had a dorm sized frig (small), a microwave, a tiny sink and the usual single cup coffee maker. No supplies. The room was expensive compared to standard hotel rooms in the area, making it a very poor value.
The breakfast had truly fresh cut fruit - thus better than many other hotel's fruit offering. The eggs, cereals, etc. were the same. There was no evening cookie/appetizer/glass of wine.
The room was clean. Lighting behind the partition was poor. Wifi was okay - a little slow but it worked. There was 1 TV (why have more for a standard sized room?)
There were 2 bars of soap, "wash" and conditioner, but no lotion, shower hat or anything else. Sparse.
Many cars park behind the hotel where there is a door with key access. That entrance doesn't have a ramp/slope, so luggage carts are not easily brought to the car.
Overall, I don't know why people would stay at this hotel.
Room Tip: In some other hotel
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Green Features: No idea - but no recycling. Not many trash cans either.
Stayed November 2016, traveled on business