I was in this area because my company had an annual meeting at an office nearby. This trip was paid for by my company, and we are trying to save money, so I chose this hotel as the cheapest chain hotel in the area. But I had to put up with a few things.
It is inexpensive (my company AMEX rate was $64 a night) the room was clean, and the TV had HBO. Micro and fridge, if I remember. The window actually opened, which I think was neat. They had a few workout machines near the lobby, but I like to run outdoors. This is possible, as there are sidewalks almost everywhere, and crosswalks at the lights. Parking was sufficient. Many restaurants nearby (hotel actually next to Pappadeaux). Walmart at one freeway exit to the north. You could even reach it using the service road.
The not so good:
The first night I arrived I told them their wireless internet did not work in the room. Luckily, I was at the end of the building and was able to log into the hotel next door. 3 days I told them about this, 3 days the system did not work. I know they had someone working on it the 3rd day, but it still wasn't working when I left. And they had no high speed connection in the room, either.
The breakfast was very minimal. But they did provide fresh fruit, which helped.
They had no place to print from a computer. I was told they used to, but it was 'down'.
Two story hotel. No elevator. I don't need that, but some people might.
Funny (if you think so):
Don't sleep nude. The night clerk walked into my room at 1:30am. She mumbled something about "it was listed as vacant" as she looked at a piece of paper, then left. I travel a lot. I've had similar things happen in the past, at other hotels. Luckily, it was a hotel employee (at other hotels, I've had strangers walk into my room, having been given the key by the front desk, by mistake of course). But I had booked a 3 day stay here. My room should not have been listed as 'vacant'.
But, in the end, I can recommend the hotel for the cost, compared to those nearby. I really don't blame any hotel staff. They try.
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