I called the hotel a couple days ahead of time thinking I was getting a Hampton Inn, per Google search. The front desk clerk said they were changing their name to Hampton Inn and there was slight construction. Didn't seem like a problem so I made a reservation. When arriving on-site there were 4 other guests in the entire hotel. I know, I should've turned around at this point but the Holiday Inn Express always claims they are booked even though there are only 10 cars in the lot at night. Anyway, the front lobby of the Hampton, er Cadillac Hotel was littered with new furniture in boxes, but I was assured the rooms were finished. I got my room keys and entered the hallway filled with paint cans, drywall mud, garbage, and cement floors (no carpet). I'll admit, the room was in great shape, like most new Hampton Inns, but the smell of liquid nails and carpet adhesive was unbearable. I left the hotel within 5 minutes. Don't go here until construction has been complete for at least a month. I am surprised they are allowed to tell people they are open. A safety/health inspector needs to make a visit here.