I stayed for work, but this was adorable and I would come back for fun. The room was clean and comfortable. The staff was very pleasant and helpful. The location is great, a short walk to all the restaurants.
Tiny room and a bathroom so small that you could sit on the toilet and reach the sink faucet at the same time. The small room is one thing but when I peeled open the blanket back there were yellow stains that had soaked through two sets of sheets... NASTY!
Last year, I published a scathing review. This year, I don't know if they have a new general manager or what, but things are much, much better. Note that it's a boutique hotel. If you're looking for a cookie-cutter, sterile hotel, go to a Marriott. If you're looking for something…
Horrible smell greets you as soon as the front door opens! We have stayed here twice, didn’t notice the smell the first time we stayed, 3 weeks ago, but really overwhelming today in lobby, halls, and room. This is a quirky older hotel with lots of character. We stayed in a suite …
This hotel is old, loud, dated, and smelly. I would not recommend it at all. It is overpriced. The bathrooms are gross and the shower leaks out into the bathroom with a small glass partition. The bathroom was falling apart, the towel rod came flying off with very little pressure.…
"Suites are size of standard room in most midrange chain hotels. In this case “boutique “ means older and tiny. Bathrooms are very tight"
"Highest floor may be less noisy"
"I've found every room was very nice."
"Check the air conditioning unit before settling in"
"All floors are noisy, walls too thin. avoid during spring break unless you have kids"