Let me start by saying that just because a property is way overdue for a rehab doesn't mean that it gets a bad review. I've been sticking with the Marriott brands of late not just for the points but because they are reliably clean, regardless of how old the property is, and clean is my number one priority. Our room, especially the bathroom, was up to my standards of clean--nothing strange in the bathroom fixtures, no funky odors. The bedding was new--clean and comfortable. Service was fine, breakfast was plentiful but limited for those watching carbs and gluten-free.
There furnishings in the room were a bit strange. There were no storage drawers for our clothing, just a closet by the front door. I don't remember seeing a luggage rack, either. There was only one pillow for the sofa bed that slept two (not that we used the sofa bed but we needed the extra pillow). There is also no in-room safe.
We had a HP accessible room on the first floor, room 112, a studio suite w/queen bed. So let me talk about those features for those who are interested. 1) I'm not convinced at how wheel-chair accessible this room actually is because I'm not sure that there is room to easily maneuver into the room let alone once you are in it. The stairway for the second floor blocks the walkway. 2) No roll-in shower. There is sound boost equipment for one of the phones and flashing light system on the front door that flashes when you open or close it. No doorbell.
Otherwise, the hotel was just fine for our purposes, a weekend away to explore the Hudson River Valley.
Aim for the second floor if hearing the people upstairs walking around is a problem for you.
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