I put that in the title because I didn't like having to go out for dinner and order-in was too expensive for what was offered. There were four restaurants within a couple of blocks, though, and many more within short driving distance.
That said, nice little hotel. Large room with separate bed and sitting areas. Sofa bed, easy chair, coffee table, desk and chair in sitting area. Real closet with mirrored door. Coffee maker, microwave, fridge. (The fridge wasn't the coldest in the world, though.) Three phones--bed area, sitting area, bathroom. Ironing board, iron, hair dryer supplied.
Very clean, people were nice. Nicely decorated, classy-looking little place. Bed was *very* comfortable for a hotel bed, and linens seemed unusually nice also--higher thread count possibly....?
Wired interet in room. Supposedly wi-fi in common areas, but didn't work for me. My computer showed weak signal, but I didn't bother to move because I often can't get wifi anyway due to my firewall settings, so I can't vouch for that one way or another, really.
Breakfast and happy hour. Happy hour nothing to write home about (beer, wine, chips, cheese sauce, some days sausage rolls), but breakfast was *very* nice for a place without a restaurant. Cook-them-yourself waffles, a toaster and cream cheese for bagels., muffins, doughnuts, yoghurt, cold hard boiled eggs, several kinds of fruit, milk, juice, coffee.
Small pool and spa. I did not use them, but they looked clean and did not smell of too much chlorine.
One oddity: The AC worked great and was quiet, which I have not found to be common, but its position was such that when the privacy curtains were closed it blew straight up behind them. (Blew out into the room when only the inner curtains were closed.) Most people probably wouldn't even notice, but I like to sleep cold and turn it up at night, just when the privacy curtains are closed.....
One thing that bothered me was that there was only a chain on the door to the hall (most places have something more sturdy, although I'm aware it's not that much of a deterrent in either case) and nothing supplemental on the door between suites. It was also hard to tell if the deadbolt was set on the door between suites.
If I had this trip to do again, I'd probably look for a place with a restaurant at least, ideally a bar as well. Still, I wouldn't be willing to pay more for it, so this probably turned out to be my best value for the money, which was quite reasonable. (Their regular price wasn't, but there are all sorts of discounts, one of which I got.)
I see in an Expedia review that they allow pets. I guess that's right, as I heard a small "woof" in the hall last night!
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