This is a neat historic hotel that has not changed some of the original features from the early 1900's. I liked the weird entrance and lobby and odd route to the elevator. The front desk clerk when we checked in seemed a little confused but got the job done. The elevator would be the only scary thing since it was cramped and hot. I thought that the hot hallways added to the historicness of the hotel since this was how it would have been for travelers back in the late 1800/early 1900s. Cons to the experience were the room was a little musty smelling, the TV was small and the hallways open to unfinished parts of the hotel (actually a bit fascinating). However, the food was great. It was fun to try lobster bisque, meat crab crepes, and sauteed lamb with artichoke. The omelet, eggs benedict and medallion of beef were delicious. The food and the quirkiness of a historic hotel made it a fun place to stay.
It is in a great location for downtown nightlife and felt safe to walk around downtown. It was close to the farmers market and other downtown attractions as well. The food was very interesting and tasty. I was so full from breakfast I had to skip lunch and barely ate anything at dinner. This is not a squeaky clean, shinny upgraded hotel by any stretch of the imagination, it is a historic hotel with unique features and food. Go with that mindset and you will enjoy the experience.
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