When we booked this hotel, we were not informed by the hotel nor Hotels.com that this hotel is currently under renovation. Half the hotel was literally closed - hallways were blocked with plastic tarps and clothes washers in the hall. The hallways were in various states of repair - wallpaper stripped off, walls being spackled, the carpets were filthy, and in general the hallways looked like a tennamant apartment in the poorest part of a large city. Once we got to our room, it was comfortable, clean and spacious, and everything worked.
The breakfast was good - consisted of cheese omlets, sausage patties, make-your-own pancakes, cereals, danish, breads, rolls and bagels, sausage gravy, coffee tea and juices. Very nice. The breakfast room is spacious and had plenty of tables & chairs.
If you are planning on staying at this property during the first half of 2013, make sure you ask the hotel if their are currently renovating any portions of the hotel. They should have completed the renovations in the half that was closed, then rented those rooms while they worked on the other half rather than actively working on the half they were renting out.