I stayed here for one night while on business. This is the third time I have stayed here, but my first review of it. This Hampton is only a year or two old - still very clean and fresh. It is definitely a step above the previous generation of Hamptons - room decor, lobby, breakfast area, etc.
This hotel is located on the edge of town, about 2 miles or so from the A&M campus, which means it is in a relatively quiet area (no road noise from adjacent highway noticed). You can only access the property from the northbound frontage road, but that is not a big deal.
It has a decent pool and hot tub and patio area. There is a business center with a couple of PCs and printers - very nice and handy.
The breakfast is expanded continental with hot items, usually biscuites, eggs and meat - sometimes gravy. My most recent stay had the most disappointing items - ham and semi-poached eggs - they still made a good sandwich with a biscuit, though.
The staff is very friendly and helpful. They are really there for the guests.
The rooms have always been very clean with everything working well. Beds comfortable, plenty of tv channels (including 2 HBOs). Only drawback at all - no fridge/microwave in the rooms.
I highly recommend this hotel.