Posted Oct 18, 2016
The room was on the second floor near an area that looked like it had some damage to the walls in the hallway. The room was tastefully decorated, but at closer inspection one could see that it was old looking with some dings and tears. The floor had not been fully vacuumed (most noticeably between the bed and the wall as one came into the room). I also found a few hairs in the bathtub. During my time here the maid service only came by once (on the third day, I left the following morning). That day the maid had emptied the trash and made the bed. The bath towels had been replaced, but the hand towels had not. The floor still remained un-vacuumed. It's a good thing that I didn't just throw the towels on the floor the first night expecting them to be changed the next morning. The room had a fridge (no freezer compartment) and a microwave tucked inside a cabinet. The king sized bed was surprisingly comfortable. My spouse and I both slept well in it. Breakfast was included with the room, but it was a disappointing fare of cold sugar cereals, instant oatmeal (mostly sugared, too), assorted yogurts, assorted packaged muffins, bagels, white bread for toast, and make it your self waffles. In my home state the hotels often have fresh scrambled eggs, sausage or bacon, french toast or pancakes, hash browns, fresh fruits, etc. for their free breakfasts in similarly priced hotels.