This is a great hotel for history buffs, and is in a convenient part of town for walking to galleries and restaurants.
I like to sleep late so the walking on the shared porch was a little loud in the morning...free internet, always a bonus, and
the free breakfast was good though the piped in easy listening music was...Aweful...very nice staff and helpful, clean large rooms too
The hotel was pretty easy to find. It has a very unique look to it. Very old world looking. They do have valet parking if you are unable to find street parking. Getting access to the room was a little confusing. If your room isn't in the main part
of the hotel where the front desk is (as was the case with our room), then you have to go through the courtyard. The room was small, compared to other hotels that we stayed at. The heating/air conditioning unit was pretty noisy. The bed wasn't the most comfortable bed. It seemed that if you sat on one side, the other side rose up slightly. The bathroom was nice. It looked modernized, with a modern counter and flooring. The TV was old. I'm talking something from the 90's. It wasn't HD, and wasn't a flat screen (for those who desire those amenities). There wasn't a guide for TV stations. They did provide a local shuttle. At the time of this review, the shuttle service ended around 10:30 PM. I don't recall seeing a complimentary breakfast, so if you look for that, call them and verify. The local eateries are mostly driving distance. You could walk to a few of them if the weather is nice. All in all, the stay was nice. Knowing what I'm used to, I'm not sure if I would actively look to stay at this place again, but it is a decent place for a night or two.
My husband and I spent our first year anniversary at the Linden Row Inn was not bad. It's a perfect place for peace and quiet. As we entered the hotel, we passed 3 young women speaking Italian, so the cultural diversity was definitely there. The
continental breakfast was average. The room was comfortable, especially the bed. The elevator creeped me out at times, but it fit with the historic feel the hotel conveyed. We thourougly enjoyed the free shuttle service. it was very convenient.
The place is old. A rather small, musky room, and granted, a re-modeled bathroom, but stil $98.10 plus tax seems a bit much.
The staff however is very nice and obligining. The in-town and back shuttle is an awesome service.
Originally I booked a garden room. The internet pictures[...] on the hotel's website, led me to believe that this room would be quite charming. This was not the case at all. The ceilings were incredibly low and the whole room was incredibly
small and depressing--like a dorm room. I had to end up paying $50 more a night to get a king room. The king room was MUCH better, but still not as nice as I was expecting from the website. The TV was from about 1990 and there was some pretty random/old furniture. The hotel itself is quaint and cute, but definitely not as boutique and upscale as I was expecting. Some of the staff was very friendly while at least one was not very helpful. I would probably pay the extra money to stay somewhere else next time.
the staff was very friendly, great service, only complaint was that the rooms and hallways need some fresh paint and wallpaper - stains on the ceiling tiles and wallpaper in the bath gave the impression of being less than clean.