This was my third time staying at the Plaza Inn and, as usual, it is a solid bet. Pretty much every request was met quickly and efficiently. I will say that the staff tends to stay behind their desk a lot. It IS expensive. I was there to see plays during their busy season, and they wouldn't even give a AAA discount because of this (grrr). Still, it is clean, comfortable, sits on the creek, and is close to theaters. Breakfast is about what you would expect without them having an actual restaurant. There are pre-made omelets, and cups of batter for making your own waffle. The coffee is good, and it's enough to hold one through to an early dinner before a play.