For the low price I paid in mid-October (non-peak leaves, not a holiday weekend), this was a great find. I traveled with a friend and my 1 year old. Because we needed the space and at least a fridge to keep milk and some food, this mini-suite was perfect for us.
You walk into the kitchen which had a fridge, microwave, small stove, coffee pot and sink. Off of the kitchen is a decent size bathroom with a great amount of counter space. The rest of the room was a good size with a comfortable queen bed. The sheets as well as the rest of the linens and room were very clean. There wasn't a lot of room out of the way to place the baby-tent I brought, but we managed to tuck it into the corner a little bit.
There were no toiletries in the room nor any soap to wash the dishes even though there were towels to do so. There was hand soap however. I had to go down to the front desk to get a blow dryer and extra pillows (2 for a queen bed). There was an iron and ironing board in the room. They had lots of toothpaste at the front desk sitting in a bowl so I'm sure they had soap as well if we had needed it. Also, they only have weekly maid service (and between guests), but you can take towels down to the desk to exchange them if you need to.
The area where the hotel is is an industrial park right off the highway. I felt completely safe there, but there wasn't anything in walking distance. We had a car so we were able to go to the grocery store and drug stores close by.
I wasn't entirely pleased with the check-in process, but I can't entirely blame the hotel. When I booked through Expedia, I requested a pack and play if possible. That message never came through to the hotel. The guy at the desk said if I had called, they could have arranged it. I'm not sure where they would have gotten it from since they needed several days notice, so that upset me from the hotel's side.
Also, before I booked, I tried to call the hotel to confirm if they had pack and plays and to confirm the different between the suite and the signature suite. The 800 number was obviously a call center, possibly in another country. She didn't seem to know the difference and when I asked if one was bigger, she said, 'Yes, that's it.' It was $5 more to book that room over the phone than Expedia, so I hung up (after she badgered me for several minutes trying to get me to book with her). I felt badly she didn't get her commission, but I couldn't find the local number. In the end, I wish I had searched more because that would have saved me a lot of trouble.
It turns out, they don't have any signature suites at this hotel so I paid more than I should have. I just got back and haven't yet contacted anyone about it, but I wanted to make a note so others don't do the same thing.
We stayed on the first floor and it was very nice.
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