While being up there on business, I chose this hotel because of its close proximity to my meetings since they were offsite. While the property overall was ok, I have to ding it some because it appeared to be in a state of remodeling and there was nothing to indicate that remodeling. On the floor where we stayed the hallways were dimly lit and it gave somewhat of an eerie feeling. Also apparently some work was being done on the ceiling of our particular floor because the ceiling tiles were partially exposed.
Inside the room the curtains looked very worn out and inside the closet some poor patchwork was done to cover up a small hole in there.
It was nice that we had a fridge in the room because on a couple of nights we brought food back to the room and were able to store it there.
The internet connection at the hotel was shotty at best (I do not know if this was because we were in a corner or if other factors played in) but on a placard it said that only rooms on floors 3,4, and 11 had hardwired access the rest had to deal with the wireless internet.
Parking was another main issue, we were in a constant rat race to get back to the hotel on time to secure a parking space in front otherwise it was taken by people coming to Mojito's. While it was a nice establishment, Mojito's should have dedicated parking (considering there is an empty parking lot next door and a garage on the other side).
Would I stay here again, perhaps but for what is supposed to be rated a four star hotel, there is lots to be left decided...