This large hotel sits in a cul de sac at the end of a winding road through a large commercial development - Central Park. There are two other large hotels facing the cul de sac. It is within walking distance of a Wegman's and restaurants and shops are just blocks away. In short, an American sprawl, all nice and brand new. The rooms are quite spacious (as you should expect at a Suites hotel). Mine was a single king bed with two TVs, a couch, chairs, desk, etc. The breakfast room was quite large and breakfast was good and well tended. A fine place to stay and it worked very well for me because it is located on the western edge of Fredericksburg and my main goal was to go to the great Civil War Battlefields in that direction. Getting to the attractive old downtown center of the city was a bit more of a challenge, but the front desk staff were very helpful in guiding me to a good route. They also feature "dinners" in the breakfast room, Monday through Thursday. I did not partake of any but they sounded good.
One word of warning - finding the hotel can be a bit of a challenge. There are two main roads entering Central Park from Route 3, right after you exit I-95. Depending on which you take, you go through seven or four stop lights. Best to use your GPS.