We stayed in the Maple room (one of the most expensive rooms) that can be best described as "uncomfortably confining". Both my wife and I left with a sore area when our lower legs banged against the "pointed" wooden bed frame trying to navigate around it. The room would make a Microtel room look large. We asked if we could move on the second nite to a larger similar priced room that was not booked but was told no we couldn't. Second day we did not receive complimentary K-Cups coffee that we received when checking in and there was no coffee to be found in the building. The fruit that others have talked about was several days old. At $150 per nite in season rates this is unacceptable This building is not very sound proof.Late nite travelers checking could be heard with lots of banging going on. Stay here only if you have to!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Islander Lodge, adjacent to the Antique Boat Museum Campus and overlooking spectacular sunsets on the St. Lawrence River, is a newly appointed seven room lodge. A deck overlooks the marina and seaway. Shops, restaurants and museums are all within walking distance in this historic village of Clayton. ... more less