The property has a colorful lobby and breakfast area that greets patrons as they enter. The artwork represents local areas and attractions. Rooms offer spacious work areas and duvet bedding.
Smoke free premises. 104 units. 4 stories, interior corridors.
Pros: This was a GREAT price for a great room! I was traveling with my husband and two dogs. The room was very clean, put together and welcoming. It didn't smell like pets and I loved that a majority of the flooring was tile. The beds were comfortable!
Pros: Guy working the desk when I checked in was great. Quick, to the point - gave me great information about eating in the area and where discounts were offered if staying at hotel. Nice when traveling and tired that someone hits that perfect balance.
Cons: Was very disappointed the hot tub was not in order was the main reason for staying there
Pros: The staff was very pleasant when we checked in at midnight.
Cons: We didn't realize it was a "pet friendly" hotel. While we love dogs, we don't like to have pets in our bedroom. We were told the dogs were confined to the first two floors but we saw and heard them on the fourth floor.
Pros: Good price
Cons: Pool was small
Pros: Very clean staff was accommodating breakfast coffee nice in the morning..
Cons: Great experience nothing bad
Verified AAA Guest
It's OK but not great for the price
Pros: Except for the coffee breakfast was very good and items frequently refreshed despite a large number of guests (mostly flood relief workers from FEMA, Red Cross and other agencies). Wi-fi service was generally good but has the same problem that I see at Country Inn & Suites... to initiate the service you must first pass through their advertising page and you *must* use Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser. Other browsers and my email application are not recognized until you first use IE.
Cons: Noise!! The walls are paper thin. We stayed in room 121. When in the bathroom I could hear the people in the next room as though they were standing outside my bathroom door. I was startled at first since I (momentarily) believed these people were actually in my room. When in the room we could hear other guests in the hall as clearly as if they were in the room with us. I also didn't like the Keurig single serve coffee makers in the room. I'm usually up 2 hours before my wife and the Keurig is very slow and very noisy. However, the Keurig does make good coffee but the dining room coffee was so bad I wouldn't drink it.I will temper this comment by saying that we stayed at this hotel about 1 year ago and didn't remember these problems. But perhaps we're just getting old. We didn't remember the hotel either. After this experience we decided in the future that we should stay where we did last year. We were both startled to see that the Visa bill said it was this same hotel. Oh, well...
it was ok
Pros: everything was conveniently located
Cons: one of the rooms was not ready. we were told someone would call when it was ready. no one called/ whe we called to check the status we were told it was ready, however when we got to the room it was far from ready and we had to be relocated to another room