High Demand Area -- An "inexpensive" option
Posted Oct 17, 2016
Our biggest complaint was that our room was used by smokers recently. We knew the hotel was full, and we aren't complainers, so we sucked it up. To be fair, the door did not have a "no smoking" sign on it, so maybe this property still offers smoking rooms, and we happened to get one.
The continental breakfast was "okay." It was Sunday morning, so I don't expect fresh bagels. However, the one had was so tough, it looked like it had been sitting out all day Saturday.
Also, if you don't like pets, be aware that this hotel allows them.