I really liked our room, it turned out to be the ADA room, which was larger than the others. The only complaint I would have of the room was that is was a little noisy being next to the elevator and the ice machine. Fantastic breakfast, loved the fruit salad, very clean room and staff was great!
Overall pretty good. Great communication via email before we checked in. Hotel is a little outdated, but not bad. Grounds are beautiful. We did have to ask for a luggage holder and there were not any extra pillows or blankets, which I expect from higher end hotels.
We stayed here for 2 days and the whole family liked it. The beds were super comfy. Indoor pool was great for the kids. Breakfast was good to. Would recommend this hotel.
Second time staying here. Love the view and location. The train coming through blowing whistle is quite exciting. We’ll be back for 2 more nights and looking forward to our stay.
Good price, great location friendly staff. Big rooms and comfortable beds and pillows.
Very nice rooms. I had the kitchenette which was spacious and comfortable. If you choose this, they have no plates or utensils available so bring your own. The breakfast is great.
I did not like that there was not a microwave in my room, or that the shower door would not stay closed. I did like the spacious bathroom.
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