Pros: Sylvia went out of her way to accommodate me for breakfast one morning. Breakfast in general were good and plentiful, eggs, bacon/sausage, biscuits and gravy one day, Fresh waffles, butter & syrup, toast, coffee, orange and apple juices, fresh fruit and dry cereal with milk.
The facility was clean and the bed comfortable.
Cons: The hotel stay was a disaster. First of all we both eat many raw fruits and vegetables, many with different types of dip. Our first encounter with the bad was that the refrigerator in the room did not work. A call to the desk resulted in being told they were sorry. I asked what we were to do with the perishables we were carrying, and received a quite vague reply. At my insistence, the desk clerk said she would call the manager and see if they were allowed to switch a refrigerator from another room. Perhaps 20-30 minutes later the front desk calls back and tells me that they will get one from another room. Another 10-15 minutes, and we have a knock on the door. Upon opening I find a very small young lady (maybe 100 pounds dripping wet) had pulled a refrigerator from another room down the hall. She was totally out of breath, so I moved the unit into our room and made the exchange myself. Then hauled the old one back down the hall and left it in the other room. The next item on the agenda was the remote for the TV would not adjust the volume. The same desk clerk once again came to the room with a couple of remotes, and after some trial and error it was decided that to make that adjustment one had to point the remote BEHIND the wall mounted TV to where the cable box was located on the articulating arm. Not much purpose in a remote if I have to go to the set to make the darn thing work. While she was there, Evon decided to adjust the A/C. She pulled back the drapes and found to our dismay that the sliding window pane was not only wide open, but completely off its track and was leaning against the adjacent pane. This same desk clerk tried to put it back into place without success, and I expect that it is still as she left it. The coffee table had a broken leg and the connecting apron was also broken. On two occasions we had to go to the desk for soap, shampoo and conditioner as none were left during the previous housekeeping.