Overall, we were VERY pleased with our stay at the Williamsburg Doubletree hotel, as we were the first time we stayed there. Our experience with staff both in the lobby and in the restaurant was most pleasant and accomodating. Just a few points I would like to mention. When we came into our room, it smelled a little musty but quickly dissipated after we turned on the ac. The door that connected the adjoining room (which we did not have anyone we knew staying next to us.), was unlocked and slightly ajar, so that was somewhat uncomfortable but nothing in our room seemed to be amiss, so we did not bring it to the staff's attention. There was a watermark on the ceiling above the shower that was slightly discolored but everything seemed to work fine. One day upon returning back to our room after maid service had been there, we found a pair of my husband's shorts strewn on the floor. We think we had accidentally left them in or on the bed but thought that maid service could have least folded them neatly and placed them back on the bed.The hallway was somewhat warm and we had a long way to walk. We finally figured out to park around near the outside entrance to our room and climb some flights of stairs to get to it but was somewhat taken aback by the rat traps that were placed outside of the door. Finally, it was frustrating that I wanted to dry some towels and clothes that had become wet after getting caught in a rainstorm but couldn't because the 2 guest dryers were being used and were taking forever to complete the cycle (beyond the 30 minute drying time posted). I checked on 2 other floors for guest dryers but couldn't find any so I assumed these were the only two available (which might explain why they were working so poorly; they've probably been overused.) I couldn't beleive that with a hotel of that size, that there were only 2 guest dryers available.