The Frederick Fairfield is your average chain hotel, built the same way in a different location. Very similar in concept to the Residence Inn and Courtyard hotels right next door, along with the Garden Inn, Hampton Inn, Towneplace Inn, etc, all within about a mile or two of one another. You feel like you've come to a hotel convention for hotel chains.
Nothing special or extra ordinary about the hotel. The people are friendly, the rooms are clean, the free continental breakfast is there...all exactly the same as if you we're in Frederick, or Fredericksburg, or Frederickton, or Fred-city USA. Having stayed there for two, two-week stretches recently, everything starts becoming routine and the same day after day. I guess that's what US chain hotels are like now: follow the McDonalds model of consistently regardless of location.
Ask for rooms on the end (there are four on each end of each floor) or at least the top floor if you want to avoid outside noise. Also, be amazed at how many people work at this location. There have got to be at least 5 or 6 people in the hotel lobby area each morning that do nothing more than greet you. That's a little over the top for me. Just one with sincerity would do nicely.