Stayed here for business/leisure in August. Had 2 1 bedroom suites. My rooms were supposed to have fully equipped kitchens though neither had ovens, which was very disappointing. The lady at the front desk and housekeeping said that they would look into it but I never heard back from anyone. The walls are really very thin and you can hear every bit of noise from the other rooms. Luckily, I am not very bothered noise. The two people who checked me in were great and professional (ugh, I don't recall their names). Only miscommunication was that I was advised by another gentleman at the counter that said I needed to pay with my government card in order to receive my government rate. My office clarified with Marriott that this information was incorrect. Luckily, this was a non-issue and I was able to pay however I wanted upon check out. Only access to the washroom was through the bedroom which is inconvenient when travelling with children or any other people. Housekeeping arrived early everyday (before 9 am) but I was up/out early so this was not an issue for me - more of an issue for other people in my party. Breakfast was pretty good. Only had dinner at the hotel one night and it was ok (fried chicken). Business centre was good. Wi-fi was good but I supplemented with my rocket stick when there was a lot of congestion. There is a Target, Sears and Burlington Coat Factory in the area (about 10 min drive). Walmart, McDonalds and Outlets are within walking distance or a 1 minute drive. There is not much in the area by way of attractions but the location is a decent stopover if you are on business or if you are en route to other places (NYC, Atlantic City, Six Flags).