The flooring is torn up in the lobby and parts of the first floor. Some places have elevated tile installed and other places don't making things uneven and unsafe. My wife tripped on the tile and I saw an employee trip on it also. In two days I never saw anybody working on the construction at any time. I can't believe that it is just sitting there in that condition and apparently there is no sense of urgency to fix it. A handicapped person with a walker, crutches, cane or wheelchair would have some real problems there. We arrived early and our room was not ready. The clerk took my cell # and said he'd call me when it was ready. He didn't call. The room was smaller than we were accustomed to from Hampton Inns. The chair at the desk was broken and the sofa was very uncomfortable to sit on. The bed was great as Hampton Inns always seem to be. The breakfast area and offerings were nice in a clean, well kept area. I was reluctant to give this a poor rating but it probably was closer to poor than average due to the construction.