This was a nicely remodeled unit (#413) in an older complex. The common areas are a little tired and showing their age. The unit had been hastily cleaned and showed signs of the previous tenant's recent departure. On- site staff was fairly friendly but not terribly concerned or available. They did leave us a bottle of wine due to some problems in the unit. We had some trouble with our entry codes and called from the entry phone and no one answered, even though they were there. When we finally got in, they said "Oh, we can't do anything about codes. You have to call Clint, here's his card " I pointed out she worked with him, shouldn't she call? But she would not. In fact, I never once saw staff leave the back office and enter the reception desk area, even when there were four groups trying to check on on a Friday afternoon, jockeying for a luggage cart. if we needed anything, yew had to call out to them and even then they did not move from their desks.
Two things to note if you are staying in the summer that are not disclosed in any of the descriptions. If you plan to use the loft area beds, it is very hot up there and the mobile A/C units can't be vented from there. Secondly, the patio is not really accessible - the entrance from the bedroom is being used to vent an A/C unit so you can't open the door, and the other from the living room is covered with a broken mini blind that can't be raised so you'd have to crawl under it. For some reason, what appeared to be the outdoor chairs had been moved into the living room.
A reasonable value, but overall just an ok experience.
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