This was our first visit to a Drury Inn but it won't be our last. We had a suite, with a separate bedroom and living room and we really enjoyed the extra space. The living room had a pull out couch that the boys said was comfortable. Everything was clean and well-maintained. The bathroom was large, with double sinks and the toilet and shower were in a separate room - so someone could be using the sink while someone else was showering. The bathroom was accessed from the living room - you had to leave the bedroom and walk through the living room to get to it. Not a big deal, but in other hotels with similar suites, there were doors from the bathroom to both the bedroom and the living room.
We weren't able to sample the evening snacks, but we did enjoy the popcorn and the soda which were available in the evening. The breakfast was very good - scrambled eggs, french toast, sausage, biscuits and gravy, bagels, donuts, cold cereal, oatmeal and. waffle maker. There was a selection of juices and the soda fountain was also available. The seating area was adequate and the staff was friendly and kept everything well stocked.
The only real complaint I have is the air conditioning in the bedroom. It was LOUD, like jet engine loud. We tried leaving the fan on all the time, but it was just too loud. While it was blowing, it was freezing and when it shut down it was stuffy. I spent half the night pulling the blanket up and then throwing it off.
The free wifi worked great, even in the rooms (not just the lobby like some hotels). They also had 2 computers in the lobby with internet access, and a sign asking guests to limit their time to 20 minutes so everyone could use the computers.