My family and I stayed here for two nights recently. Upon arriving we were greeted cheerfully by the staff. This set the impression of a well-run hotel immediately. The lobby was clean and spacious, the check-in was quick and efficient. We got up to the room (2 Queen Beds, plus a sofabed) and it was nicely appointed and very clean. The beds were raised a little higher than normal and very comfortable. There was a modern looking chest of drawers with compartments for a microwave and refrigerator.
The downsides were in the bathroom. I can only speak for Room 303, but feel this is probably found throughout the hotel. And I'll qualify this by saying that this seems to be standard in low to medium priced hotels, whether they are newly built or renovated. The paint was cracking at the top where the wall and ceiling met. That was minor. The biggest issue we had was the shower. The water pressure wasn't all that good. The pipe coming out from the wall was a very long "S" that raised the shower head so high, that if you're shorter than about 6 feet tall, it would spray directly into your face at it lowest direction, even if you were standing in the back of the tub. The only other issue was the vessel sink. It looked nice, but as the counter was a standard height already, adding another 5-6 inches of sink made it too high for shorter people. My family noticed this right away.
One other item of note was the A/C. When we got to the room the first night it was set at 69F. However, the room was warm and muggy. The problems are twofold. The 2Q/1SB rooms are too large for those units. The additional problem was that one of the beds is only a foot or less from the vent of the unit. The corner of the bed gets very cold and I am certain that the thermostat can sense this and assumes that is the temperature of the air in the room and adjusts accordingly.
We did not eat the free, hot breakfast either morning as it was busy with lines for the food and we needed to eat and run both days.
All in all, it is a very nice, clean, well-run hotel. We would stay there again, but would love to see improvements in the bathrooms. It's the small things that can sometimes make a huge difference.