We spent 3 nights here during a family vacation. We were originally suppose to be staying at another hotel and found it to be so bad we walked out. This was only a few dollars more, and much nicer.
We found the staff to be very nice and helpful. The only problem we encountered was trying to reach the concierge. When we arrived there was a man wearing a suit with a name tag sitting at a desk in the lobby. We assumed that this must be the concierge, and we were in need of help finding a place for dinner. There were several men in military uniforms standing at the desk along with several very young men/boys that looked like they must be new military recruits. Behind them a young women was waiting in line. We got in line behind her. One of the soldiers was talking to the man at the desk. The soldiers then left and the young men with them each took a turn sitting at the desk and signing some papers. I found it strange, but continued to wait. Finally the young women ahead of us had her turn. I didn't want to stand to close because I didn't want to look like I was trying to listen in to their conversation, so I couldn't really tell what was going on, but she appeared to be doing the same thing as the young men before her. Finally when the young lady got up to leave some more new military recruit types walked up and started talking the man at the desk. It was then we realized that this man was not the concierge but, in fact working with the military, sending these kids off to basic training. They were to signing papers, being told curfew times, at what time they would recieve a wake up call, and what time they would load the buses the next moring. Very wierd! We finally gave up on finding a concierge, and just called the number listed in our room., but never got an answer.
All in all this hotel is okay. It's looking a little worn, but appears to be getting a facelift. Our room was on the club level and was nice and spacious. Our room had new carpet. I mean really new. It had apparently just been laid that day. They were still working on the room across the hall. the only part of our room that didn't look like it been redone was the bathroom. It had old dated, yellow tile, and was looking a bit mildewed. The elevators were in the process of being updated as well. One of them had already been refurbished, and while we were there, the other two were alternately closed for remodeling. For the money, this was not a bad hotel.
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