The staff was very friendly, place is clean, good location
Comfortable beds and friendly staff! Unfortunately we could only spend one night.
Walking distance to airport; lovely early bird (4AM) coffee and pastries; spacious room. We had a delightful stay.
Nicely renovated. Convenient location. Affordable.
Had the junior suite and it was a great place. American style comfort, not the inferior Euro style.
No on site parking (several blocks away). A few room items missing or non-functional.
We were a little concerned when we arrived because the hotel had been taken over by choirs from all over. Turned out to be very enjoyable and we couldn't hear anything once in our room. Close to anything you want to see. Underground parking.
This hotel is right on the rider and a short walk to several attractions and great dining experiences. Wonderful staff who were happy to assist with any requests.
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