We stayed at the Holiday Inn Express while in town for a family reunion. The hotel had some flaws. The elevator was incredibly loud. It almost sounds like the door in grinding against something every time the door opens and shuts. I suggest that you ask for a room in the 20's (120, 220, 320) because those rooms are farther away from the elevator. We were in 229 an we were the last room on the floor and were lucky to be pretty far away from the noisy elevator. We took the stairs when we came and went. The cleaning is very inconsistent. We had a suite and upon arrival there was trash under our sink that was not removed from a previous guest. We stayed three nights and one day the bed was made, two days it was not, two days the towels were cleaned up and refreshed one day it was not. Toilet paper and Kleenex were not refreshed. I would have to ask for those items. We had a hot tub in the room, which was really nice, and it had towels on arrival and were only refreshed once. Having a suite it was nice to have a few plastic cups and some paper plates and a roll of paper towels in the cabinet. The pools is indoors and I think this hotel has the smallest pool towels I have ever seen. The room bath towels seemed bigger. The hotel offers a few breakfast which is a very nice gesture. Again, there is inconsistency here. One day the cooler has yogurt, hardboiled eggs and milk. The next day there was only milk. When another guest and myself peeked into the servers preparation room and asked for eggs and yogurt we were told they would have it out in a minute. After about 30 minutes, the items never came. I almost felt that maybe someone went to the store to get it, because we kept being told, they are coming. Overall, the staff seemed kind and professional. Our TV was not working right on Saturday night and they came up to help, most of them greeted you every time you walked past the front desk. The bed was probably the most comfortable bed I have ever slept in at a hotel and the location is about a mile from the Downtown Historic District....we walked back and forth.