We stayed at this Inn, which is close to home for a weekend getaway and were surprised how run down it is for the regular price. We had a living social deal, and even at that price, it was expensive. We stayed in the "V"suite, which adjoins to a public bathroom in the hallway. On the first night, I checked that it was locked. Housekeeping uses it for storage now. On the second morning, they left it open, and we were treated to the sounds of people talking in there and then, yes, using the bathroom. I was awakened the first night by loud thumping that turned out to be a dryer running upstairs at midnight and loud voices. I went down to complain about that and found the voices were the employees hanging in the parlor drinking late night. The manager was very sweet and apologetic and stopped the dryer, but I still had a terrible night's sleep. The room is full of light and has a comfy chair and ottoman, but the mattress is sagging. The private attached bathroom was fine. Things like a cheap wire rack above the toilet i nthe bathroom make it feel low-budget. There's no tub, which we knew. The shower is roomy enough, but the pressure is inconsistent and the shower head is very close to the wall, so you can't get it to spray in the middle of the space or even close to the built-in shower seat. There is an old broken shower curtain rod holder that no one bothered to remove when the other one apparently broke and they put up a tension rod instead. This is just an example of the little fixes that would go a long way to making this place feel like it's worth the money. The walk-in closet is huge, which was nice to keep suitcases and laundry out of site. There is lots of counter space on the vanity and a microwave, fridge, and coffee maker. Breakfast is cooked to order and is really good, except for the fruit fly-infested self-serve fruit salad and cranberry juice. The evening snacks and complimentary wine were nice and the food was under glass cloches, so no flies. The views from the V suite are neat. There's a sheep farm across the road, and the grazing sheep were really cute. You were only allowed on one of the balconies, because the other was under renovation. Both adjoin other rooms or common space. The blinds on the door didn't fit, so they had clipped the louvres around the door knob, which just looks like a really lazy solution. The staff was pleasant and the common areas to watch movies or play games were really nice. Overall, it feels like it's trying, but just not quite hitting the mark.
- Also Known As:
- Columbia Suites At Peralynna Hotel Columbia
- Columbia Suites At Peralynna Hotel
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The inn cateres to the business and long term corporate traveler. For the traveler who is looking for a warm, comfortable environment instead of a sterile hotel, we invite you to borrow a book from the lending library, check out a complimentary new release DVD from our vast selection of movies, watch the game with other guests on the big screen TV, enjoy evening appetizers, 24 hour complimentary beverage service and breakfast every morning. Columbia Suites is a place you feel comfortable staying for a night or three months. Columbia Suites at Peralynna has been the home away from home to politicians, dignitaries, military personnel, notable musicians, government contractors, and more. We offer luxury suites, corporate, moderate, and economy suites to suit every budget. Most rooms feature king size beds, flat screen TV's, DVD players, gas remote fireplaces, and all guests receive complimentary Wi-fi and full hotel amenities. ... more less
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