I spent a few nights here in 2001 and thought it was suitable for the price; that's no longer the case. I'm not sure why hotels in this tiny town are so ridiculously expensive, but they are mostly upwards of $200/night. We booked the "deluxe" room. Entering the lobby, we noted the entire lobby area was cordonned off with yellow tape and plastic tarps. In essence, there was no lobby, just a small passageway to the front desk. Check in was smooth and the girl was friendly. Our "deluxe "room did not appear that deluxe to me. The toilet immediately overflowed, prompting a return trip to the front desk. While in the process of changing rooms, I asked how the deluxe room differed from the standard rooms. The reply was almost humorous - the deluxe rooms have a flat screen TV and a mini refrigerator. Who knew I'd been living in a "deluxe" house for 15 years? Certainly the extra $35/night did not merit these "deluxe" amenities. The furniture was well worn, carpet was dirty, and lighting practically non-existent.
The morning following our check in, we noticed our room keys did not work in the pool area. When I called the front desk, I was told that was because our record only had us down for a one night stay. I informed the front desk had paid for 3 nights in advance. She asked me for "proof," as if I were lying to her. Fortunately I had saved a copy of the email for her "proof." She seemed genuinely shocked I was correct on the matter. The beds were comfortable and we slept well, but not $235/night well. Noting many newer properties have sprung up in Williams, I won't be returning to this particular property. All in all, it was a comedic cacophony of errors and sloppy mistakes, not meriting this price point.