Nice staff, not a Renaissance quality building
Posted Jan 25, 2017
The staff was very good -- positive attitude, tried to be helpful even during a very busy period. The issue is that in order to price this hotel like a Renaissance, Marriott put that label on what is really a Fairfield Inn quality of building: tiny overcrowded rooms with tiny windows that don't open, very mediocre and tiny bathrooms, third-rate lobby. Marriott is putting lipstick on a pig by calling this a Renaissance rather than a Fairfield. Too bad because, as I said, the staff really have a good attitude and try to be helpful whenever they can.