Building is very unique, Art Deco style. Facilities very modern. Room spacious and bathroom clean and modern.
Minor complaints : Low water pressure in shower, no jacuzzi, slow internet -- didn't want to pay extra for "fast" internet. We had the 2 queen bed suite -- nice big room, nice bedding, and nice tv! Great stay overall!
Very cute and charming. It looks brand new considering the building is over 100 years old. The stay was great, room clean, bed very comfortable and management very friendly and helpful. I would stay again anytime that I pass that way.
The room was nicer than expected only problem was the broken hot tub
The first room given was not inspected thoroughly, however staff provided another room for us.
I didnt like that the hot tub was broken. Other than yhat it eas nice
Bathrooms needed attention. Tub didnt drain. Sink plug was on sink with nasty hair on it. Tub needs caulked. Room was spacious.and beds very comfy. Breakfast ill give a 3.
The included breakfast is a joke. Honeybuns in package and cereals without milk is not a breakfast. Room was full of insects and walls were full of dead insects. Charging a cleaning fee of 18 Dollars for one night at check in and therefore being cheaper on orbitz is almost a fraud. And last but not ...
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