First time staying here, and nothing really stood out too much about this hotel for me, seeming like an ordinary Comfort Inn motel.
It's tucked behind the Best Western Inn, kind of hard to find the first time. There are interior hallways, and two elevators, and a 'funky' smell to both. Didn't notice any smell in the room, though. Beds were fine, with an okay mattress and linens and pillows that were standard, average furniture and whatnot. I had no problem with the shower in terms of temperature or pressure. Those who are traveling together, and especially families, will appreciate that there's an extra sink outside of the bathroom where the full-size sink, toilet, and bathtube/shower are. Business travelers will find an acceptable number of electrical outlets in the room, and a workable (if not blazingly fast) wireless Internet capability that is free. Nice number of TV channels.
If you don't have a car, you'll find not much in immediate striking range, as it's stuck in an area that's a mix of highway and residential neighborhood without much in the way of walkable businesses. They run a shuttle every half hour (I think) to the nearest metro station, which isn't in walking distance. Not sure on metrobus connections. About a mile or two away is a major road with a lot of 'chain' fast food places, and there's a little 'gift shop' in a standalone building I didn't look at, and vending machines. Oh, and the gift shop? It's for Best Western and Comfort Inn both, and probably because every night I saw tour busses pulling up with loads of people for either.
There's a little restaurant in the building, kinda like a diner. Breakfast was typical Comfort Inn continental breakfast, with a couple of waffle makers. Logistically it's a bit awkward layout, and I worried about the dining room size, but though it was always close to full I never had a problem getting a table my three mornings there. Continental breakfast is free, or you can pay 5 to 7 bucks for a hot breakfast, standard American fare. There's a little bar there (I think), and they apparently serve dinner, though it struck me as 'cheap diner' and since I had a car, I prowled elsewhere.
Didn't visit the fitness room or see if there was a pool, so nothing to report there.
(Note: My lack of recommendation to a friend isn't because the hotel is bad, it isn't, it just don't strike me as outstanding. If I was recommending I'd either suggest a little nicer hotel, or one closer to a metro, if it was possible to find one.)
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