Nice hotel, but bring your ear plugs.
Posted Oct 28, 2016
This hotel is very nice -- employees are friendly, room was clean, plenty of amenities, decent breakfast, easy to get to, etc. I didn't use the pool, so can't give any feedback there. I really liked it -- EXCEPT -- the walls are paper thin! Each night there were different guests in the room directly next to mine. And each night I had interrupted sleep because I could hear everything next door. Old folks talking loudly until 12:30pm the first night, someone coughing the next. A woman crying and WAILING the 3rd night. Now maybe you think I'm being whiney or too critical. But on the last night I awoke to hear a very nice woman next door talking on her cellphone - normal voice level, nothing obnoxious. Except I could hear the entire conversation, including the woman's voice on the receiving end of the call. At 3 AM! I called her room, asked her to please whisper, and she obliged. I think she even moved from the bed portion of the room to the seating area farther away. (I could still hear faint voices, but could now sleep.) It's really my only complaint. But having a room at the end of the hall you'd expect it to be quiet -- maybe next time I need to request no one be placed in the room next door? So if you're a sound sleeper, or are comfortable with ear plugs, you'll be fine.
Comment from Hotel Management
Oct 31, 2016 by Dylan, Hotel Management
Thank you so much for the awesome review! I've learned to travel with earbuds myself because sometimes I do come across hotels where the walls are thinner than the other! Call us next time and we will see what we can do for you!