This is a well-managed property in a great location on 'Museum Mile' within walking distance of King street shopping and historic/market area around the port.
Room 219 is to be avoided however. Very small room (compared to other reviews....in fact it's about the same size as a recent stay in NYC which is known for small rooms). The bathroom is tiny (this very large man had a difficult time perching on a smaller than normal toilet seat) and the bathroom door opens against the sink, so getting to the sink requires closing the bathroom door which requires awkwardly stepping past the toilet in oder to close the door with the bath mat getting caught in the door because there's no other place for the bath mat to go. I could not figure out for the life of me why the bathroom floor was ice cold until I realized the hotel sits above outdoor ground-level parking. I assume when the weather is cold, most of the second floor rooms will have ice cold bathroom floors. Also, a smaller than typical desk wedged into the corner of the room, so not optimal for the business traveller needing space to work.
The bed was not comfortable for me,but I'm sure it will be fine for others. Mattress/springs didn't appear to be old or sagging and it wasn't too firm (I tend to prefer firmer mattresses)....just didn't work for me.
So that's it for the negatives. On the positive side, the staff were uniformly friendly and professional. Housekeeping was thorough and when I needed to report a leaking shower head (which sprayed everywhere absolutely soaking the bathroom), it was fixed by the time I returned from my meetings. The property as a whole and my furnishings were very-well maintained. The lobby lounge is a fairly comfortable place to hang out with view of the small pool. I had breakfast at the hotel most mornings as my meetings were early morning so no time to stop at a restaurant. The 'cold' buft is overpriced as it's about the same offerings you would get for free at most budget hotels. However, for only $2 more, the 'hot' buffet includes eggs, meat, potatoes, grits, pancakes. For $9.95, a reasonably priced option. However, as others have noted, there are much better breakfast options near by.
And definitely dine across the street at Justine's. Excellent southern cooking.