I've stayed at the Mining Exchange once thus far and enjoyed it. The company remodeled an old building in the Springs and opened the hotel. The hotel is not huge (probably 70 rooms or so), but the rooms are very modern. Modern dark woods combined with earth tones. When I stayed, I was upgraded to whatever the next higher style of room is (corner king or jr. suite or something like that) which included a front sitting room with a couch and two chairs, coffee table, flat screen TV and closet and a bedroom with a king bed (with the headboard reading lights, which I like), another, probably 40" flatscreen, night stands and a desk. The bathroom was huge with a double vanity, double shower (long enough for two people to shower on opposite ends with one shower head at each end). The staff is great and the restaurant attached to the hotel is also pretty good. The hotel does have a few smaller ballrooms, a main lobby and bar and the attached restaurant, but as far as I know they don't have a gym or a pool or anything like that. The best thing about the hotel (in my opinion) is that in order to stay overnight downtown, there was only one other choice. The lobby of that hotel was very nice, but the rooms were old and outdated. With the addition of the Wyndam, people now have a choice.
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