Terrible stay. This hotel should not be open to the public during its current renovation. It is a messy construction site. It is a safety hazard to customers staying there. Hotels that are renovating should be notifying booked customers of their current status. We arrived to a total mess in the parking lot - old furniture thrown in the ditch, stacks of construction supplies, giant storage containers, large waste bins. Then it gets worse as you walk in - construction going on everywhere inside and huge boxes lining entire hallways to the point of hardly being able to squeeze through! A fire safety hazard for sure. At the front desk, they told me my room was right around the corner (1st floor). I expressed my concerns of the mess and noise, and asked to be located on a different floor/room. He said "oh, the noise will stop by bed time". I also had reserved a King suite, and got two queens instead. I was told our room was renovated, but missing a chair and some wall art. Wrong! The room was totally outdated, noticed the same worn and dirty furniture in our room was like the stuff thrown out in the parking lot, floor and carpet were very dirty. We had a desk in the kitchen with one desk chair to eat at! We would've left, but we had driven all day and were so tired, so we thought just one night and we are out of here. This hotel is advertised as "extended stay". I feel sorry for anyone staying even one night here. Security - the end hallway door was propped open with tools all day and all night. Anyone/anything could've come into the hotel. The employees and construction workers smoked by that open door and all the smoke filtered right back into our room. The smoke stunk so bad it woke us up at 5 am. Then we get a note slid under the door saying they would need access to our room the next day to replace curtains! I would feel terribly uncomfortable having construction workers in our room with all our stuff! I was so glad we would not be there anyway, as we were leaving that morning. We couldn't get out of there fast enough. We talked to the manager on the way out about all the safety hazards, inconveniences, etc. and he just said that all the hallway blockage would be gone in a few days. FEW DAYS! If there were a fire there, no one would be able to get out fast enough because there was about 24" to squeeze through! It is not an exaggeration, I took a picture of my husband in the cramped hallway. There is no way you'd get a big suitcase, let alone a luggage cart down the hallways. I can't believe even today (I just checked online)they are still accepting reservations. And there is NO note they are under renovation in the hotel description. They should be closed until done with renovations. They are not "minor" renovations, either. I took a lot of pictures of the mess and unsafe conditions. We did not stay for the free breakfast - the breakfast room had boxes piled to the ceiling. What if they fell? From now on I will call a hotel directly to see if they are under construction in any way shape or form - and will NOT stay. They need to be upfront about this. I wish we would've gone to a different hotel that night. I am sure when all the work is done, it will be a nice hotel. But till then, I wouldn't go there.
Pros: Easy to find. Location.
Cons: Hotel not upfront on the construction mess and noise. Should not be open to public. Safety hazard to anyone staying there. Not given the room I reserved. Having to squeeze through hallways that had what appeared to be full size refrigerators in boxes and furniture completely lining the halls, causing safety concerns. Security concern of hotel end entrance being propped open all day and night by tools.