Not living up to potential
Posted Sep 19, 2014 on Orbitz
We were assigned a room on the top floor next to the elevator. The elevator movement and resulting noise of personnel entering/leaving made the room annoying enough that sleep was hard to achieve.
The room layout was also a bit strange, causing the gap between the bed and the wall to be close enough that we bumped our knees on the bed. The room and restroom also lacked reasonable storage space; the bathroom in particular had no shelves for toiletries.
The hotel had WiFi, but the signal strength was poor. We were two rooms away from an access point and the strength was so poor that it would be at one bar and get weak enough to disconnect frequently.
The TV was a high definition TV but all the channels were standard definition.
The room was clean for the obvious areas, but it looked as though the area under the bed hadn't been cleaned in months.
The staff was the high point. They were friendly and courteous.
The continental breakfast was adequate. Nothing too remarkable in either the good or bad direction.
Overall, though, I would not recommend this hotel because the hotel room design made the room awkward and the noise made the room poor for its primary purpose of sleeping.