At least it was clean.
Posted Dec 2, 2016 on Hotels
If you get there after dark, there's no light over the door to help you spot the hotel. And in the room, there's just one light way up in the ceiling, which must be at least 9' high. There's no light next to the bed for reading, but then there's no table or shelf next to the bed for a lamp or your phone or your book or anything else. And as stated, the rooms are VERY small. We were upgraded to a "king room," but still had to move VERY carefully around the bed. I've stayed in other hotels with very small rooms, but here there isn't much thought given to efficiency. The bathroom, like the room itself, was clean, but again lighting was an issue. There was just one overhead light way up in the ceiling. There was NO light over the mirror, which makes it quite challenging to put on makeup. The tiny shelf over the sink, which was the only storage in the bathroom, had such a slant that my lipstick rolled right off into the sink. The only storage in the room itself was one drawer under the bed, a few shelves, and the closet, which holds nothing longer than a jacket. And then there's the mattress cover, which other reviews mention. It does indeed make a very odd noise when one moves around. The breakfast is at a restaurant with really great coffee & croissants, but it's three blocks away. Seems the owners could invest just a little more money and this hotel would be much better. Explore other choices, and remember that $20 more per night could buy you a HUGE increase in comfort.