I really like Hampton Inns; I know that I'm going to get a clean room but not pay an arm and a leg for it. We had a king bed with a sofa sleeper and had plenty of room. The pillows weren't the most comfortable as they would flatten pretty thin. I'm a very light sleeper, but I only heard one plane before falling asleep, and then it was quiet. You could hear them during the day, however. I hate satellite TV, which most hotels like this one have anymore. We had no signal several times. We had to be very careful with the hot water in the bathroom as you could burn your hands in it because it was scalding hot! There was a manager's reception from 5:30-7 PM (weekdays only, I think) that only had chips, salsa, cheese, crackers, and alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. More of a variety of food would have been nice. Their breakfast was the usual Hampton hot and cold large variety. I know that the hotel was pretty full, but there was only one person helping in the eating area so the food wasn't restocked very quickly. We just had to do without. Also, the trash cans were always extremely full; emptying them wasn't a priority. This hotel had the best fitness center that I've ever seen in a hotel of this size. All of the equipment had their own TV on it! We had to ask where it was, and the cleaning person, Tammy, went out of her way to show us the equipment. You could tell that she took pride in how well she had just cleaned it. Kudos to her! We had to use the computers in the lobby of the hotel several times as we didn't bring our own. My suggestion is to bring your own since the 2 in the lobby were extremely slow. You could, however, print your boarding passes for free. The people at the registration desk were very friendly and helpful. Their smiling and laughter put us in a good mood.