I am really wishy-washy on my review of this hotel. For every good thing I have a not as good thing. So here goes!
We stay at a lot of Country Inns & Suites around the country and you can tell they are independently owned because some of them are almost lavish and some are like cheap motels on the interstate. This hotel certainly has good management and/or owners. The property is nice, it's clean and welcoming. Check in was very fast, which is always a plus. It's a little different look, the desk clerk told me it used to be a Sleep Inn, which might explain a few of things that I would put in the negative column. Room was smaller than I expected, but it was a clean decent room. Bed was nice, but every time someone closed a door in the hallway the beds shook, and I could hear the people in the room next to us, clear as a bell. Thin walls.
I did not go out to the lobby for breakfast but my husband brought food back to the room and I nibbled on a few bits of his. It was good variety but the actual flavors of the food weren't really very good. Not horrible, just not really good.
The lobby coffee was always hot & fresh and plentiful. Lots of free cookies, tea, and even a basket of the mini tootsie pops which are a personal favorite of mine.
Check out was fast but getting to the lobby that last morning took an odd turn when we discovered what appeared to be the entire cleaning staff standing between us & the front desk. We literally had to treat it like an obstacle course and wheel our luggage in fun little swerves to get around them. I'm guessing it's their normal morning routine from their expressions. But everything was spotless and they do a good job.
Checkout was quick as well.
So there you go, good & bad. I'm not sure that I would stay there again because I didn't get a lot of sleep, but that's a construction issue and I'm sure they're doing the best they can with what they have.
I'm really torn between Three & Four stars on this one.