Stayed here 2 nights in August and 2 nights in September 2012 on either end of a wilderness backpacking adventure.
First two nights were in room 412, a large corner-suite with an enormous jet tub and separate shower/bathroom. Room was at the end of a corridor, so it was fairly insulated from hall noise/etc. Bed was a large king with a boatload of big pillows, which we love, and was very comfortable. Shower had ample steaming-hot water and good water pressure, but limited counter space. Overall a great experience.
Return trip put us in room 402, in the main hallway and situated above the "Deck" restaurant--ventiliation allowed a lot of noise to pipe right into the room and mid-evening a group of rowdy kids smoking in the room below us literally filled our room with smoke. The tub-seals on the standard-tub/shower also leaked, so the floor became saturated 5 minutes into a shower and you stepped out of a tub into a pond. It was unbearable and we contacted management about the problems. To our surprise and relief, they responded by apologizing, moving us immediately to the "Presidential Suite" and addressing the smoking partiers in the room below us.
The Presidential Suite was fantastic--a large room with desk, fireplace and sitting area, a king bed with a lot of pillows and extra blankets, a large bathroom with giant jacuzzi tub and massive shower head in the middle, and quite a lot more counter space for toiletries. This room was also on a main corridor, but had obviously been upgraded and insulated, so noise was not a problem. Plenty of hot water, though pressure was somewhat less than the shower in our first room, but still acceptable.
The staff here, particularly the night staff, are very friendly, efficient and pay close attention to guest needs. Overall a great experience, though portions of the facility need some maintenance.
Bottom line, I'd stay here again, but I would also insist on a room that has been recently renovated, preferably at the end of one of the hallways away from the restaurant.
By the way, the hotel offers two restaurants: The Deck, and Morels. We never ate at Morels, and prices seemed a bit high there. The Deck, however, is clearly a locals-favorite, which speaks for itself. Servers are top-notch, very friendly and the food is great. Also very convenient to eat in the same building, though several other restaurants and downtown shopping a within easy walking distance of the hotel.
Overall it was a little bit pricey compared to the Lower 48, but we were there in peak tourist season, so the higher prices were somewhat expected.
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