I thought the hotel was nice. Very clean as if it was newly renovated. Not sure what year it was built but I was highly pleased with the hotel's cleanliness.
We had a room on the 2nd floor facing the front of the hotel.
In our room, there were a few spots on the wall that were newly painted and you could see it appeared to be the same color of the other paint but was a shade lighter. I think they should have painted the entire wall so it would be seamless. Anyway this was minor.
The furniture was nice, the bed extremely comfortable. The pillow cases looked like someone had laid on them but this could have been because the pillows were out of shape and needed to be replaced. I slept comfortably when I did actually sleep. You see this was Selma Jubilee weekend and I guess there were many staying at this hotel. The teenage guests were very loud, making lots of noise going in and out of the rooms, slamming doors, so sleep was often disturbed. The walls are thin all around you as well as above you. I wondered what the guest above me was doing because s/he was going up and down in the room, dropping things, flushing constantly (no choice, you had to flush a few times to get the toilet paper to go down), taking long showers (the shower was awesome) and I could go on and on. I say all this to say, the walls are beyond thin - no insulation. You could hear a pin drop literally.
More miscellaneous thoughts: Although it was cold outside and I didn't use it, I see there is a nice small clean pool. My boyfriend hated the fact that the shower was slippery (no traction) on the floor with or without shower shoes as he slid and almost fell in the shower.
The staff were friendly if they were ever at the front desk. I even commented to one staff member when she finally came out (after another local guest hollered hello so she could come out) that they need to put a bell at the desk so guests don't have to wait for someone to come out. I didn't say anything because I wanted to see how long it would take for her to come out. I was there for a few minutes just listening to them cackle in the back. When the weekend is this busy, you would expect their attention to always be on point. Ha!
The best part besides the shower for me was the breakfast and Bertha, the one woman staffing the meal area. She was so reminiscent of how southern pleasantry and personable people should be. She just made you feel good. She should be at the front desk instead of the existing staff. Just my two cents. She was so accommodating and lively. I really appreciated her welcome and the food she prepared. It was good and just what I needed. Great customer service to all who approached the area for a meal. I have stayed at other priority rewards-based hotels and she is the only meal-based food attendant I have ever seen ask everyone if they were okay or needed anything. And she wasn't even getting tips. I wish I would have thought to tip her before I left. Maybe I will send it to her. She really was nice.
Anyway, this was a two night stay using our priority rewards points and I was pleased with the hotel overall. I just wish I could have had a little more sleep. I didn't complain to the staff about the lack of sleep because what can they do? I wanted to call the police but whose gonna come to a hotel to maintain the noise factor. The other small nice gesture is the front desk person let us (priority rewards members) check out an hour and a half later. We usually get 3 hour later check out status but beggars can't be choosers.
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