Checked in and front desk person was kind. We got the executive suite which was spacious and perfect for our one night stay with our two dogs.
However, they charge $2.50/bottle for water they put in the room. I would expect more in an upgraded room since most offer at least 2 water bottles for free.
The "continental" breakfast was completely disappointing. Runs from 6 am to 10 am. I came at 8:30 am and the "food item of the day" (cinnamon rolls) were out of stock. What was left was cereal, breads, hard boiled eggs and yogurt. They precook the waffles and french toast so they are soggy when you stick them into the toaster. No protein or anything impressive. The space is also super small so not many people can move around in the kitchen area and not many places to sit and enjoy breakfast.
We paid about $50 less to stay at the Hyatt Place down the street and their breakfast was much more impressive and offered much more space and options.
Overall, it's an older hotel and although it's nice, there are better options in the area to stay at the give more for your money.