My husband and I stayed here while we were visiting family last week. From the outside, this hotel looks a little outdated. The inside has been through an obvious renovation though. Due to some traffic, we arrived at about 1AM; the front desk representative was very prompt and attentive.
The layout of this hotel is a little odd. Instead of building up, they built out, so our room (139) was on the complete other end of the hallway. It felt like we walked down a football field to get there. Thank goodness there was an external door down there so we could park at that end the rest of the time.
When we got to our room, it smelled like it had been freshly painted, which wasn't bothersome. We just noted that something must have been renovated recently. I decided to soak my feet in the tub, and noticed that tons of white particles were in the water. My husband determined that they must have already been in the tub, because nothing was coming out of the water. It looked like pieces of dried caulk. After we showered the next morning, the tub was cleaned out. It was just shoddy work on the part of the maintenance team that they didn't clean it out.
Another note regarding the bathroom was that the toilets have zero water pressure. We always held our breath hoping that it would really flush. The handle didn't even feel like it was connected to anything internally. The second night we were there, the moment of truth finally came and we had to request a plunger because the toilet wouldn't go down. Instead of just delivering a plunger (other hotels have simply dropped it off), they had their maintenance guy come inside our room and plunge it himself, which was awkward for us (and it seemed awkward for him).
All in all, it was an ok site. The pillows were incredible. Our heater didn't seem to work on the "auto" setting. But considering that there weren't amenities like a microwave or mini fridge, we probably wouldn't stay there again. It definitely seemed like a 90's conference venue that has been internally renovated.