If all you care about is a clean room and facility, this Hampton Inn will work. It's a newer property and it is indeed very clean. Unfortunately, it falls short in other areas.
We were placed in a room directly adjacent to the elevators. We had to endure the noise of them all night long. We would have requested a room change, but by the time we realized this was going to be a problem, we were already unpacked and ready for bed. It did not help that we could also hear the guests on the other side of the room.
Breakfast was surprisingly bad. The eggs were hard, dry and tasteless. Also, there was not a pork-free alternative. We have noticed that the Hampton Inn and Hilton Garden Inn hotels never have non-pork meats for breakfast. Some of Hilton's competitors make turkey or chicken sausage available to guests. Since other chains do, we will consider other brands after using-up our remaining Hilton Honors credits -- especially after this 'mediocre at best' stay.
Lastly, this was the first stay at any Hilton property where we not asked how our stay was when checking-out. By the time I saw the 100% satisfaction notice, it was too late. We had already checked-out. Thankfully, we were only here for one night.
If you are considering staying here, insist on a room that is not adjacent to the elevators. Also, request the top floor if available. The hotel is built on a hill and you have to go down to get to the first floor.