Our family booked two rooms here on a Saturday night while we were staying overnight for a concert in the area. The staff was friendly and welcoming and they accommodated our request to give us rooms close to each. The hotel was clean and comfortable and the rooms were very large (we had one room with a king with a sofa bed and one room with two queen beds). The beds were so comfortable- I slept great! The bathrooms were modern (loved the sink and vanity that looked like it was made from a dresser), and they were spotless. The shower and faucets sparkled. The A/C/heat system was the best I have seen in a hotel with a wall thermostat and completely silent fan.
A couple of minor things that could have made it better- towel bars to dry the towels instead of hooks, but I'm sure the hooks were more space saving and "trendy" than bars, and a heat lamp in the bathroom. But not a big deal.
I gave the location a Very Good rating instead of Excellent ONLY because it was not near a lot of restaurants or stores and because when we first pulled up, we were taken back by the huge piles of dirt on the lot next to it. But we quickly found out that there are malls and restaurants on the exits before and after it, and the hotel is convenient to Exit 8 off I-295.. The hotel has tried to purchase the dirt and sand storage lot next door but the owners will not sell it. Once inside,the hotel and staff more than made up for the lack of scenery.
The breakfast was okay- pretty standard- egg and cheese omlets, french toast, bacon, yogurt, cereal, toast, muffins, assorted juices, etc. I would have liked home fries but I found out they had been served earlier- perhaps they ran out.
Overall, this Hampton Inn was an excellent place to stay and a good value for the money. We will definitely stay there again if we are in the area.