I booked one night here before joining a tour group. Rate was $129, which was about half the norm but I arrived for a Friday night stay. Weeknight stays are much more expensive. I arrived about 10:00AM and they already had my room available for me. Nice room overlooking the pool, which was as requested. The downside to the having a room in the pool area is that they place loud, piped in music all day and into the evening. I don't know why they find that necessary. It was a beautiful day and I wanted to have the balcony door open but the noise was distracting.
Very friendly desk staff. Even the maids in the hall would greet meet with a smile. It was very welcoming.
The King room was nicely appointed and the bed was very comfortable. One thing I did not like about the bed was that it had a thick, heavy duvet which was too hot to sleep under while just the top sheet was not enough.
The A/C unit was very noisy with mechanical sounds. And the water saving flush mechanism on the toilet kept allowing mini-refills every thirty seconds or so, which was quite annoying. However, I reported it to the front desk when I went down to dinner and it was repaired before I returned. Good job, that! Shower head pressure was only fair but at least I didn't have to run around in the tub to get wet.
The elevator nearest my room was inop the first day but there was no sign. I frequently observed people waiting for the elevator so I told them where to find another one: down the hall and around the corner. This went on all day so I'm not sure why a sign wasn't posted. It was working the next morning.
There are three restaurants on property. A casual one, a formal dining room, and a sports bar with a good selection of name brand beers as well as some local crafted one. Like all full service hotels, the food and drink were pricey. There is also a full service Starbucks in the lobby.
Free Wi-fi is available in the lobby. A pet peeve of mine is this: why can low price hotels offer free wi-fi in the rooms but not the upper priced ones? It seems like the more expensive the hotel is, the fewer amenities you get. You can get free Wi-fi, a free breakfast, and maybe even a Manager's Cocktail hour at most $100 (or less) a night hotels and the rooms are just as nice and comfortable. Try getting anything for "free" at more expensive hotels.
Overall though, good experience here. Convenient to the airport with free shuttle service.
I've stayed there before and probably will again if I can catch a good rate.
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