Not suited to all types of visitors
Posted May 28, 2016
Overall, this isn't a bad hotel, if you're aware of its peculiarities.
Breakfast runs from 6:30-9:30 during the week, 7-10 on the weekends, in a nice wood-paneled dining area with several nice seating areas as well as the option to eat outside at a number of patio tables. They have a decent selection of breakfast food, including fresh waffles, sausages and hard-"fried" eggs. Make sure you're there well before the end of breakfast, though, as they lock the doors the moment the posted hours are over. Even if you already have food and just need something from your room, they won't let you back in! They also dont have a high chair, even though they advertise cribs for the rooms - so plan to have your small child on your lap if you don't have a travel high chair with you.
Our room had barely enough room to fit the packnplay between the beds and window, though it would not have felt cramped without the crib. There was also no tub, only a fancy tiled shower with a rainfall shower head and a glass half-wall with no door - so no baths for little kids, and even adult showers leave the bathroom seriously wet!
Also, the room we were in wasn't well ventilated, so unless the bathroom light was on all the time for the fan, the bathroom stayed damp and towels took a full day to dry. We called down for extra towels as a result, as I was getting in the shower, and hubby had to call twice more as I was ready to get out and still had no dry towel!
Comment from Hotel Management
Sep 3, 2016 by H.R, Hotel Management
Thank You! We really appreciate you taking the time to offer your thoughts with us. We would like to apologize for failing to exceed your expectations during your stay with us. We have taken into consideration all of your concerns, and will be working with the appropriate departments to resolve those concerns. We hope you will give us another chance to demonstrate what we have to offer.
Thank You Again!