This attractive property is convenient to many area restaurants and is just a short car ride from Saratoga. A VIP room is available for travelers looking to escape their guest room for a bit. Guests are invited to enjoy a complimentary breakfast that is served daily.
Smoke free premises. 76 units. 3 stories, interior corridors. Accessibility (Call).
Pros: The staff at the front desk were helpful, pleasant and very competent also the breakfast choices and display was excellent and good food.
family with older children
Cons: Hot tub by the pool
Pros: comfy bed nice amenities in the room
Cons: The elevator was slow
Pros: It was a quiet getaway. She was comfortable and slept restfully. Variety for breakfast. Acomondatios for forgotten hygiene items.
Cons: Having to wait until 3pm to get into room. Wish I could of spent more time.
Pros: Good location,nice amenities,good breakfast-better than most.
review category group of friends
Pros: Location cleanliness comfort
Cons: powdered eggs in the French toast sticks
Pros: Staff was very attentive
Cons: Beds were just a little too hard
Pros: Nice hotel large room. Nice staff. I would return to this hotel.
Cons: Room wasn't cleaned all the way. There was 2 containers of yogurt left in room. Chlorine smell at pool unbearable. A little pricey for the area.
Pros: location friendly staff
Cons: weak coffee no ice water pasteries need better quality
family with young children
Cons: Staff was friendly. Would appear to take responsibility for addressing issues. However would drop the ball and not follow through each and every time! Of our six days... Had issues 5
Pros: The room was spacious and quiet.
Cons: The parking isn't the best but not much that can be done about that.
Pros: Cleanliness & the comfortable king size bed!
Pros: It was very quiet and we were not disturbed by other guests or staff.
Pros: The staff were very friendly and helpful. The bed comfortable, although the linen had seen better days.
Cons: If your idea of a kitchenette is a tiny sink, a fridge, a microwave and a coffee maker, you'll be happy. Likewise, kitchenware consisted of a few plastic cutlery packs and disposable glasses and cups. In such a large room, using a few extra feet for a real kitchenette and supplying utensils would have made a lot of sense. I've seen far better kitchens in suites in similarly priced hotels.
But, probably just as well you can't cook, because you can't open a window either and allow some fresh air in.
Avoid the room to the front of the hotel; the partying from Peddlers across the parking lot continues into the early hours at weekends.