We stayed here for my friend's bachelorette weekend and were pretty satisfied with our stay. We had a two queen bed suite, which was very spacious. We had five women in it and had plenty of room (with the exception of sharing one bathroom). It was nice that there was a separate sitting area with a tv, pull out couch, mini fridge, and microwave. The surrounding area was filled with many restaurants/shops in walking distance. The main "strip" downtown is still a mile or two away, but there is plenty in the area to eat. There was a mini mart a block down for snacks/drinks, and the Mexican restaurant across the street has free queso dip/chips during happy hour from 4-7 p.m. every night.
The hotel also has a nightly happy hour from 5:30-7:30 with free wine, beer, and liquor, plus snacks. The breakfast spread at the hotel was amazing - made to order omelets, waffles, etc. - along with other warm and cold breakfast items.
We stayed on the Hilton Honors floor so internet was free, but it looked like it was a fee otherwise. There was also a free shuttle to take you within a two-mile radius, however, we found it books up quickly. The first night we were there, there was a concert nearby, so the shuttle was basically just running back and forth all night and wouldn't go anywhere else. The other negative was that even though we didn't have a car, a friend came to visit and even though she was there only about an hour, they still charged us the $16/day parking fee. A final negative is that they were a little slow in cleaning our room and when they finally came we just asked for some more clean towels only to find out later that they were not in fact clean.
Overall though, the hotel was very nice, the happy hour/breakfast were impressive, and the location was really good.