Choose someplace else
Posted Feb 22, 2017
First and foremost, Expedia's description of a 2 bedroom executive suite doesn't mean two bedrooms, it means two rooms. One room had two beds and the other had the fold out couch. Now on to the hotel. Remember that fold out couch? It had a huge stain on it, which may have been coffee or may have been something else. Multiple electrical outlets in our rooms did not work and I had to get a powerstrip from the front desk in order to be able to get the TV, cable box and light in one of the rooms to work because only one plug on one entire wall worked. The plug for the hair dryer had come apart so there were exposed wires and the coffee maker took quite an effort to find the magic sweet spot in the cable to get it to work. Once the power situation was rectified enough to watch TV, the tube TVs were so old that the picture was fairly blurry. I fixed the toilet while I was there too so that it would finish filling the tank and stop wasting water. If you expect to be able to use the internet at all, make sure you get a room close to the office because the back buildings barely have a signal. The pool was in great condition and nice, but the jacuzzi was broken and not accessible. Also, be ready to drive through some pretty large pot holes in the parking lot, trains run nearby but far enough away that the train horn didn't keep us up all night. The grounds and common areas are very nicely kept and the staff tries their best with what they have.