Good service, helpful staff, good breakfast, and free cookies and punch in the evening!
Be aware that this is on the outer edge of the historic district and that you should be prepared to walk at least a half mile to get to where the action is (though there are at least 2 restaurants withing a couple of blocks of the hotel.) The free trolley runs only from 11a.m.-9 p.m., and the waterfront trolley was only running Thurs. - Sun. while we were there, so we were not able to take much advantage of the public transportation.
As some other reviewers have noted, we were instructed to park in the public garage across the street and charged $12 a day for this by the hotel, even though a 2-day public parking pass for this garage is available for $12 from the Visitor's Center. It is a small thing, but is the only blotch marring an otherwise excellent stay.
If you need quiet, ask for a room on the side of the hotel away from the highway off-ramp. The traffic is not particularly heavy, but the occasional exiting truck does create a ruckus.