Classic, older, hotel, w/elegance, charm, and wear
Posted Nov 21, 2016 on Orbitz
Charming, class, elegance, but wear and age. Super tiny room (325). Basically, space for the queen bed, desk, and small chair. Grand hotel showing its age. You get all the creaks and noises associated with an older historic hotel. Bfast in the downstairs bar was a nice touch-fruits, cereal, breads, scrambled eggs (powdered?), waffles one day, french toast the other, bacon and sausage, potatoes, juices, coffee and teas. No newspaper. Wifi was fine. Exercise room was small and consisted of a few treadmill types, some mats, and a rack of dumbbells. $10+ to park after tax.