We stayed here as they were converting to the Best Western branding. The location was very quiet, and the two restaurants next door (Japanese and Thai) were awesome. The hotel's breakfast was generally good, and the daily scrambled eggs, sausage and fruit met Hubby's gluten free needs, even if it did get repetitive. Nice to have the hot tea in the lobby each evening. We occasionally passed dogs in the hallways but otherwise never knew that they were there. We needed to have the desk clerk print our boarding passes as there wasn't a PC for guest use. Overall recommended.
( side note: We did have an annoyance though. We entered our second floor room to find the bathroom fan running... with no off switch in sight! That didn't seem right, for it to be going 24/7 even when no one was in the room, but the woman at the desk said there was nothing they could do. We were supposed to sleep with that noise all night? So engineer hubby took matters into his own hands and dinked with it (his technical term:-) and figured out it had a motion sensor that was set in the permanently on mode so he changed it to detect mode and man, it got so much quieter after that! No one else has mentioned an always-on fan in their review, so I hope it was just the one room and no longer an issue).